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ROBOTIC RESOURCES

Lincoln Electric's Red Goes Green – Statiflex® Environmental System Improves Work Environment and Reduces Energy Costs

Lincoln Electric, Automation Division

Cleveland – When used properly, source extraction can reduce the amount of welding dust, smoke and fumes in the work environment, resulting in a cleaner workplace. Fume extractors filter contaminated air and can re-circulate it back into the work area, saving energy cost by not having to re-heat or cool new air. Lincoln Electric’s Statiflex® does just that.

This wall-mounted, low vacuum system is designed for light to medium duty welding applications. With extraction arms ranging from 6.5 feet (2 meters), 10 feet (3 meters), 13 feet (4 meters) and a telescopic arm that retracts from 3 feet (1 meter) to 4.5 feet (1.5 meters) and pivots 45°, the Statiflex has a wide range of reach capabilities. The reach of the arm can also be increased with the addition of an extension crane. Extension cranes are available in 7 feet (2 meters) and 14 feet (4 meters).

The Statiflex® is great for a variety of shops that need welding fume extraction and where floor space is a premium – including maintenance departments, general fabrication and welding shops, welding schools and industrial welding settings.

The Statiflex® is available in two models. The Statiflex® 200-M can be used with one or two arms and draws air through the fan and spark arrestor, capturing welding fumes inside the unique LongLife® filter. Particulates are collected on the inside of the cartridge, keeping hands clean during filter maintenance.

The Statiflex® 400-MS uses a RotaPulse® self-cleaning filter process. The cleaning of the filter, segment by segment, with compressed air results in a consistently high airflow. When the filter becomes dirty, a pressure sensor activates the cleaning system. Compressed air from the tank releases through multiple air jets to clean one section of the filter at a time. A complete cleaning cycle can be activated by a manual switch. Captured welding fume particulates are knocked off of the filter cartridge into a removable plastic bin located at the bottom of the unit.

For more information on welding fume extraction equipment, please request brochures E13.14 and E13.15 by visiting www.lincolnelectric.com.

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