Safety

A life working with lasers

Following the passing of Professor Bryan Tozer, a pioneer in laser safety and the founder of Lasermet, his son Paul Tozer looks back over his father's 50 years of working with lasers

AD 4000 iQ

BOFA is introducing the AD 4000 iQ unit to meet the evolving extraction needs of the laser sector

LAS 260

ULT AG introduces a conductive version to its device series LAS 260

SRA 1200 filtration system

ULT offers its extraction and filtration system, the SRA 1200, in different models and in conjunction with Flextractor extraction arms for removing welding fumes

Breathe easy with laser processing

Virtually all laser processing techniques release airborne contaminants hazardous to human health. Beth Harlen investigates the need and methods of extracting those particulates

Safety issues discussed at ILSC 2015

Safety issues with lasers systems have had to be addressed at the Laser Institute of America’s International Laser Safety Conference, due to the unimaginable advances the technology has experienced in the past ten years. Held 23-26 March in Albuquerque, New Mexico, ILSC 2015 also hosted talks focused on niche applications such as atypical research stations and space exploration.

AD 2000 iQ and AD Oracle SA iQ

BOFA, the award-winning global market leader in fume extraction solutions has introduced two new ‘performers’ to its comprehensive range of  units for the laser industry, featuring  the revolutionary iQ operating system.

Available to order from January 2015, the AD 2000 iQ and AD Oracle SA iQ models are the latest BOFA products to incorporate the innovative class-leading iQ system which has received wide industry acclaim since its launch two years ago.

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