Extraction and filtration system debuted at Laser Munich
The LAS 260.1 helps to prevent contamination from pollutant residues such as laser fume and dust. (Image: ULT)
ULT presented a new extraction and filtration system for air pollution control in laser processes at the World of Photonics trade fair this year in Munich, Germany.
The LAS 260.1 is based on specially developed filter modules that give it a long service life, the firm says, and guarantees safety for staff, machinery and products – both in terms of air purification and during filter element replacement, as contamination with pollutant residues such as laser fume and dust is prevented.
According to ULT, the system offers simple installation (plug-and-play) and operation (infinitely variable volumetric flow setting, clear operating elements) as well as the provision of state-of-the-art communication interfaces (can be customised on request). The system also works very quietly, the firm says.
The LAS 260.1 can be operated as a stand-alone system and an integration solution in the laser machine.