Welding Fume Extraction Equipment

Welding Fume Extraction Equipment

A fume-free work site should be one of the top priorities of any welding environment. It is something that needs to be done in order to meet occupational health and safety standards. To protect the lungs of you and your workers Alphaweld supply group carries premium welding fume extractor equipment.

Our Range of welding fume extraction equipment Includes:

  • Portable extraction machines 

  • Twin torch machines 

  • Fixed and portable extraction fans 

  • Wall mounted extraction arms 

  • Extraction accessories 

  • And other extraction consumables

These reliable and durable machines extract harmful dust, smoke, and fumes from your workshop. Alphaweld offer cost-effective and versatile solutions. Our one stop shop offers competitive pricing, easy ordering processes, and a team committed to delivering outstanding customer service. Our high-quality inventory of equipment is easily accessible with fast dispatch and free shipping available on certain orders.

For a cleaner and compliant work environment, view the full range below.

Why choose Alphaweld?

Spend more time working and less time chasing up your supplies with our cost effective, efficient service.

  • Our wide range means we are a one stop shop for all your welding supply needs
  • We offer competitive pricing
  • All our pricing is fixed
  • We provide fast dispatch and orders placed before 2:00pm will be dispatched on the same day
  • Perth metro area clients who spend over $150+GST will receive free shipping
  • Any order over $500+GST will receive free shipping Australia wide
  • All our products are 100% guaranteed and covered if you need to return them
  • We are locally owned and run
  • Our team is committed to offering great customer service every step of the way

Did you know...

Welding fume is now considered a known carcinogen that can lead to lung cancer, according to the International Association for Research on Cancer (IARC). Welding fume was reclassified recently from its earlier classification as “probably carcinogenic to humans.”

Further reading... https://www.awsi.com.au/welding-safety-white-papers