ROBOTIC WELD CELL FILTRATION

Robotic weld cells become more common every year as robots take over many manufacturing tasks. While the dust and fumes may not bother the robots, you also need to keep workers in the area safe. Welding cell filtration affects the air quality of the entire facility.

The layout of robotic weld cells needs to include access to filtration and fume removal. Robots can decrease costs, but they can also affect air quality more than a human worker in a weld cell.

 

Our systems are designed to handle the dust and fumes from almost all robotic cell processes, including:

  • Welding
  • Grinding
  • Polishing
  • Deburring
  • Drilling
  • Cutting

HOW DO YOU IMPROVE WELD CELL AIR QUALITY?

While robotics are changing the entire industry, they pose new challenges in the design and layout of robotic weld cells in the facility.

 Protection from these weld cell fumes requires an air filtration system that can adapt to the unique challenges of robotic weld cell safety. The cost of robotic spot welders and other automated equipment means that your dust and fume collector has to protect these expensive items from damage.

WHAT KIND OF DUST AND FUME COLLECTOR WORKS WITH ROBOTIC WELD CELLS?

You have options for how to control fumes from your robotic cells. Often, these options will also work to protect welding cells where humans work.

For some applications, a larger outdoor dust and fume collector like the CMAXX will provide improved air quality. Depending on the facility design, this may require a lot of ductwork to provide filtration to all the cells.

For other applications, smaller indoor fume collectors may be the cost-efficient option for your weld cell air quality. The Shadow Compact Fume Extractor has been designed for indoor use. Cost-efficient and easy to use, these small footprint systems can make it easier to provide air filtration to all your robotic weld cells.