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Pace Arm-Evac 250 - Deluxe Fume Extractor

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Pace Arm-Evac 250 - Deluxe Fume Extractor

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Product description

Pace Arm-Evac 250 Deluxe Fume Extractor Dual inlet fume extractor Designed to extract fumes from one or two work stations Flow rate with standard filter - 170 CFM when using one inlet, 100 CFM when using both Flow rate with clean room filter - 150 CFM when using one inlet, 80 CFM when using both Several filter types available - clean room, adhesive, extended life, and much more Includes pre-filter, general purpose combo filter and power cord. Please see the Accessories section on this page for compatible hoses and fittingsFume Extraction SystemThe Arm-Evac 250 is ideal for heavy-duty operations that need high capacity and continuous particle filter monitoring. Incorporating microprocessor technology, an easy-to-read graphical LED filter condition monitor changes from green to yellow to red as the filter becomes clogged.Additionally, flow sensors increase power to the motor as filters become blocked to assure peak performance. The filter monitoring system self calibrates using a membrane keypad on the front panel and an audible alarm alerts the operator when a filter change is required. A three-position motor speed button is also on the front panel. A wide variety of collection accessory options and filters are available. An optional silencer/mobile cart is available.Why is fume extraction needed?Where manual soldering is being performed or where solder-pots/fountains are utilized, hazardous fumes are produced and workers need to be protected from them.

Pace Arm-Evac 250 - Deluxe Fume Extractor

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