ULT AG introduces a conductive version to its device series LAS 260
ULT has completely redesigned its ULT 200 product range and now introduces a new generation of extraction and filtration devices
Greg Blackman on the safety equipment for protecting against higher power and ultrafast lasers
ULT AG provides the LAS 1200 extraction and filtration system for laser fume, applying a specially configured filtration concept
ULT offers its extraction and filtration system, the SRA 1200, in different models and in conjunction with Flextractor extraction arms for removing welding fumes
Filtration system vendor ULT has extended its LAS 260 device by developing a new extraction system for laser and welding fumes
ULT has introduced the LAS 160, the latest addition to the new extraction and filtration device generation for laser fume and dust. The system, developed to remove dry incombustible dusts, has been transferred to the new ULT design line and provides a simplified filter handling
ULT AG, vendor of extraction and filtration technology for airborne pollutants, introduces its next generation systems ULT 1500 and ULT 2500
ULT presents an ideally designed filter concept implemented in its extraction and filtration system for laser processes, LAS 260. Due to significantly increased filter life times, users are able to save costs on long-term basis in terms of filter exchange and energy management. Compared with the current state of the art, ULT succeeded in halving filter costs. Consequently, the company introduces an extremely attractive particle filter technology.
ULT has introduced LAS 260, a new system for extracting and filtering harmful particles in laser marking and ultra-short pulse laser processing. The system provides safety for automated and semi-automated production processes to be used as a stand-alone or inline solution.
By Dave MacLellan, Executive Director, AILU
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