Dangerous levels of fume and smoke concentration are a common fact in the welding industry, and sometimes a normal part of the job. These industrial fumes can prove a deadly hazard to workers forced to endure long periods of exposure. Welding is a huge culprit of deadly smoke and hazardous fumes that can cause
There are many faces to the world of welding, but they all risk a similar danger: exposure to welding fumes. For a better understanding of the dangers of welding fumes, we need to look at the chemicals being released into the air during the different stages of welding. The horrors of inhaled welding fumes involve
Need information about industrial welding safety? Check out this recent OSHA Fact Sheet on Controlling Hazardous Fumes and Gases During Welding. DualDraw’s air filtration products and patented downdraft technology can help with safety in welding work environments. For more information or to check out our fume control products and services, visit www.dualdraw.com or call
Hexavalent Chromium Containment: Maysville Community and Technical College Background: Established in 1968, Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) operates under the statewide Kentucky Community and Technical College system and is made up of four separate campuses. MCTC specializes in a variety of trades, ranging from horticulture to welding technology. Issue: MCTC contacted DualDraw to provide
DualDraw does business with many manufacturing companies that have operators performing welding operations. Our air-filtration products and welding booths help to ensure the health and safety of employees at these companies. As is well known, during the welding process, fumes and smoke are released from the materials, which can be dangerous to the operators’ health.