ULT to showcase air and gas purification systems at formnext 2018

September 24, 2018

September 24, 2018

ULT to showcase air and gas purification systems at formnext 2018

The new LAS 200.1 series for laser fume extraction (Courtesy ULT AG)


ULT AG, Löbau, Germany, will showcase its proven and new solutions for air and gas purification in Additive Manufacturing at formnext 2018, to be held in Frankfurt, Germany, November 13–16, 2018. During the exhibition, the company will demonstrate how air-cleaning systems can support Additive Manufacturing processes.

The company’s product range includes solutions for inert gas purification during Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (LB-PBF). During formnext, ULT will be supported by the Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), which will be exhibiting a current research system at the same booth.

During formnext, ULT will introduce its new device series LAS 200.1 for laser fume extraction. The system offers a modular design with low noise levels, variable application opportunities for up to four workplaces and a range of accessories. It also offers automatic vacuum stabilisation and selectable pressure ranges, to enable automatic and flexible adaptations of the system to changing pollutant levels.


September 24, 2018

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