Auto Extract Systems are fully accustomed to designing, specifying and installing ‘partial enclosure’ collection booths to protect the surrounding work areas from contaminants generated in the working process.
Collection booths can be specified to have ductwork connection points located at either the rear or the top, and, in work areas where multiple booths are required, collection booths can be interconnected to one another. They can be connected to a centralised, filtration system or wet or dry filtration unit depending on the materials that are being processed. Collection booths provide protection for the surrounding work areas and are specified when operators require access to all parts of large workpieces. Collection booths can be manufactured to your specific requirements, all are supplied with ductwork connection points at the rear.
The University of Birmingham describes the partial enclosure collection booths whereby: "The process is not fully enclosed and the operator can access the workpiece and process, but the air is pulled into the enclosure to remove fumes and gases" (Local Exhaust Ventilation Systems, 2012).
Auto Extract Systems are fully accustomed to designing, specifying and installing 'partial enclosure' collection booths to protect the surrounding work areas from contaminants generated in the working process, such as fumes and gases.
Collection booths should be utilised in conjunction with one of our centrifugal fans to vent the captured fumes either directly to the atmosphere or depending on the working process, via a filtration unit.
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