Air filtration units aid laser materials processing

Universal Laser Systems’s (ULS) UAC 2000 and UAC 4000 Air Filtration units extract particulates and fumes produced when processing materials with a laser system.

Features include a four-stage filtration process and a multi-sensor design to continuously monitor filter performance.

Variable speed exhaust blower(s) maintain a constant airflow as particulates are captured in a Pre-filter, then a HEPA filter.  The third and fourth filtration stages capture fumes in a patented, market-first, dual carbon filter designed to enable consumption of all carbon while removing fumes and maintaining a safe, clean-air environment.  Additionally, an integrated monitor alerts the user to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide (CO) in the ambient air and stops the laser system from processing until CO levels return to safe limits.



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