Discover information on the hazards of welding smoke and fumes toxic hexavalent chromium fumes, grinding dust, volatile organic compounds (VOC) and oil mist.
Breathing welding smoke and fumes can cause long term health issues. Discover how this problem is affecting employee health and productivity in the manufacturing sector.
Grinding dusts can reduce the lungs ability to absorb oxygen, it can also damage sensitive machinery and electronics in your production facility. These problems can be solved with the right filtration equipment.
Hexavalent Chromium is highly toxic to the human body. This pollutant causes a wide range of negative health effects and is a known carcinogen. Discover how to protect yourself from the danger.
Volatile organic compounds are found in many paints and solvents. When released into a worker’s breathing zone, they can have immediate and serious side effects such as impaired judgment, lack of co-ordination, headaches and blurred vision.
The use of cutting fluids for machining, drilling and lathing can produce large quantities of oil mist and oily smoke. These types of pollutants require specialized filtration equipment.
Soldering and brazing produces smoke and fumes that are often very close to the worker’s breathing zone. Find out what kind of effects these contaminates can have on your workforce.