The most common method to extract fumes from SMT equipment is to use large central air handling systems that vent the fumes to the external atmosphere.
The most common method to extract fumes from SMT equipment is to use large central air handling systems that vent the fumes to the external atmosphere. While the initial costs of this approach are typically less, the need for replacement air significantly drives up the HVAC energy expense.
Localized Fume filtration can not only help you reduce your overall running costs, but it can also reduce the tonnage required.
Each time a new piece of equipment is added to a line or production floor, central systems should be balanced to insure proper air flow. If the volume of air changes, so can your oven profiles. Dedicated filtration provides you better process control by eliminating balancing issues associated with central systems.
With every production floor there comes a time when equipment must be relocated. The faster you can return to producing product, the faster you can return generating revenue. Dedicated Fume Filtration provides you plug and play flexibility significantly reducing down time.
Finally, with today’s restrictions on emissions along with an ever growing desire for corporations to be environmentally friendly or green, Fume Filtration is an obvious choice. If a facility is ISO-14000 certified, the addition of fume filtration can be documented as continuous improvement.
Whether it be fume filtration for your wave solder machine, reflow oven, batch oven, conformal coating equipment, selective solder machines, or dispensing equipment, IP Systems has a full range of solutions.