AIRGOMIG MIG fume extraction gun
By talking to industrial stakeholders for many years, AIRGOMIG has been able to assess the impact of air quality on welders’ efficiency at work. An efficient welder is also a healthy welder.
To help our customers improve performance, AIRGOMIG has applied its expertise in industrial technologies to create innovative solutions by designing the MIG fume extraction gun, which is the most efficient gun on the market.
September is coming and Airgomig invites you to contact us to carry out free trial directly at your premises. You are looking for a new welding gun ? you want to increase your productivity ? or you want to protect the health of your welders ? You have the opportunity to try the […]
AIRGOMIG was present #Booth 1274 at the Canada’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event which took place the 12-14th June at the Toronto Congress Centre . FABTECH Canada, is a famous meeting point of world-class suppliers, where you can stay in update, discover the latest industry products and developments, live real time demonstrations of machine, […]
Source Capture vs. Conventional or General Ventilation Source capture for point source emissions is the method of choice for protecting both the workers’ breathing zones and the general working environment. Moreover, source capture is the method required by the CSST. In fact, this type of ventilation is their first requirement for point source emissions. It’s […]
Source Capture: Efficient and Cost-Effective Source ventilation, or source capture, has many advantages that help ensure the safety of workers and promote energy saving. Source capture involves controlling pollutants directly at their point of emission, regardless of the type of pollutant: dust, vapour, gas, smoke, etc. Significant Benefits This type of ventilation offers several advantages. […]
Source Capture and Energy Savings When using source capture technologies in factories, to what extent is it possible to both save energy and effectively control air pollutants, while also meeting CSST requirements? In practice, the source capture method requires the lowest airflow rates and is consequently the most energy-friendly. As far as CCST requirements go, […]