Clean Air in Printing

Indoor air quality is a major concern for people working with printers and lasers. Printer emissions contain numerous VOCs and particles that can produce adverse health effects for employees. Extract-All® Fume Extractors capture harmful fumes, dust, vapors, and smoke from applications such as: 3D printing, laser printing, laser marking, laser etching, and more.

All of our mobile & portable fume extractors can accommodate a variety of filter media including, HEPA, ULPA, Medical Grade Filter Media, and a variety of adsorbent chemical filter media such as Activated Carbon. Browse our selection of Fume Extractors made to capture harmful fumes and particulate at the source, minimizing risk of exposure.

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Common Printing Applications

3D Printing

The 3D printing process heats plastic, which can release harmful chemicals into the surrounding air. When inhaled, these particles can embed themselves in the lungs, causing irritation, headaches, and worse. Browse our selection of Fume Extractors made to capture harmful fumes and particulate at the source, thereby minimizing risk of exposure.

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Laser Printing

When toner is heated, fumes, and particulates from chemicals such as styrene and benzene derivatives are released into the air. While in small doses, this may not be dangerous, over time this can cause long-term health effects. Browse our selection of Fume Extractors made to capture harmful fumes and particulate at the source, thereby minimizing risk of exposure.

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Laser Marking

Many companies in countless industries use laser marking to permanently stamp goods or packaging. This process releases harmful fumes and particles into the surrounding air. If not removed at the source, the polluted air can lead to negative health effectives for proximate workers. Browse our selection of Fume Extractors made to capture harmful fumes and particulate at the source, thereby minimizing risk of exposure.

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Laser Etching

Similar to laser marking, laser etching uses extreme heat to cut or engrave metals and other organic materials. Without proper filtration, those exposed to laser etching fumes and dust can develop severe health consequences. Browse our selection of Fume Extractors made to capture harmful fumes and particulate at the source, thereby minimizing risk of exposure.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I purchase a longer extraction arm or hose?

Yes, 20′ rolls are available for purchase for most arm/hose sizes.

What can fume extractors be used for?

Fume Extractors can be used to capture and filter a variety of contaminants such as vapors, dust and smoke. Mulit-stage filtration provides the appropriate filter media to handle specific applications

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