AIRGOMIG fume extraction technology in brief:

With an equivalent vacuum source, the AIRGOMIG MIG gun offers 5 TO 25% higher air flow  than competing products, thus creating improved fume extraction efficiency.

A study carried out by Le groupe Gesfor Poirier, Pinchin Inc., which is a specialized sampling company, demonstrates that the AIRGOMIG fume extractor manages to keep concentrations of  manganese in the welder’s breathing zone below the 0.02 mg/m3 threshold.

From design to manufacturing, Airgomig MIG Fume extractor guns are developed on the Canadian soil.

The ball joint, reduced weight : 5 to 25% lighter compared to similar products on the market and the ergonomic design of the handle offer improved mobility and reduce the welder’s effort by adapting to all working positions.

The flexible simplicity that adapts perfectly to any working position. A timeless design and versatility that make it the perfect ally of the welder. Subtle and elegant lines of curvature that offer the user optimal flexibility.

MIG gun application

Demonstration N*1 of the Airgomig Mig Welding Fume Extractor Gun

Demonstration N*2 of the Airgomig Mig Welding Fume Extractor Gun

Demonstration N*3 of the Airgomig Mig Welding Fume Extractor Gun


MODEL CO2 Cool mix
Argon<85% & CO2
Spray mix
Argon>85% & CO2
Hot mix
Flux Core CO2 Metal Fill Flux Core
w/mix gas
AGM4 7.8 6.6 5.3 3.9 7.1 4.4
AGM5 10.0 8.6 7.3 6.0 9.0 5.0
AGM6 15.6 13.5 10.9 9.8 14.5 12.5


The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) recommends maintaining a maximum manganese concentration of 0.02 mg/m3 in the welder’s breathing zone. Tests carried out using strict welding parameters have demonstrated that the AIRGOMIG MIG gun can meet exacting demands.

Welding fume (mg/m³) Manganese (mg/m³)
ACGIH Recommendations  3.00 0.020
Airgomig Data
Solid Wire 0.69 0.015
Metal Core 0.45 0.010
Flux Core 0.46 0.010

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