ULT to showcase fume extraction at Laser World of Photonics 2022

March 4, 2022

ULT will showcase its laser fume extraction technology at Laser World of Photonics (Courtesy ULT)

At the trade show LASER World of Photonics 2022, scheduled to take place April 26–29, 2022, in Munich, Germany, ULT AG, Löbau, will present solutions for air purification during laser processes. The company aims to answer questions on process safety, from the utilisation of turn-key solutions for emission reduction up to special designs where safety is the main focus.

ULT’s fume extraction systems support nearly all laser processes (e.g., laser cutting, laser welding, laser marking, etc), including applications in Additive Manufacturing. For the latter, there are extraction solutions for process gas purification or post-processing tasks, developed in an effort to achieve maximum product quality.

Among others solutions, ULT also intends to present a new ignition source-free version of the recently introduced LAS 800 laser fume extractor, in which aspects of fire and explosion protection were considered and implemented in a reputedly unique way.

Furthermore, company experts will inform audience members about new opportunities in the safe and economic utilisation of filtration technology to protect staff, equipment, and products. In addition to the removal of laser fume and dust, ULT will provide information on efficient odour reduction.

The range of air cleaning units includes mobile and stationary devices, modular solutions to adapt to changing laser processes and specially configured systems that support customer-specific applications.


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