Extraction arms for welding, grinding and other processes
Extraction arms serve as a capture element and are connected to an extraction system or a pipe system and capture emissions such as fumes, welding fumes and dust directly at the point of origin. Due to the flow-optimized design and low resistance in the extraction arm, they are also suitable for continuous shift operation.
Spot extraction using extraction arms
Fast adjustment possibilities
Special captures for each process
Maximum extraction power
No pressure loss
Low cleaning effort
Dust, smoke, vapor, oil mist, emulsion, soldering fumes, aerosols
Welding, grinding, polishing, sawing, cutting, separating, turning, milling, flexing, lasering
Flexible extraction arms – ergonomic and efficient
Maximum efficiency and easy handling ensure a safe and ergonomic workplace. We use our technical expertise to design flow-optimized extraction arms and other collection systems, which are available in numerous options. Low resistance and smooth inner surfaces ensure consistently high extraction power and minimal cleaning effort for our extraction arms.
Extraction arms in ATEX design are completely electrically conductive and suitable for the selective extraction of explosive dusts and gases (according to ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU). All extraction arms are delivered fully assembled and tested.
Smooth-running suction arm with PVC hose
and plastic hood with handle
Solid extraction arm with aluminum tube
with energy saving throttle valve
Solid extraction arm with aluminum tube
in ATEX design
Individual configuration of extraction arms
The joints with light guidance offer maximum flexibility and a large radius of action. The extraction arm can be guided into the correct working position with just one hand and is held there permanently. The adjustable hoods reduce tracking and make alignment even more precise. As every process and the material to be processed has different requirements, we offer our extraction arms in all standard diameters, various lengths and (2–9 meters)hoods, hose or pipe in various designs.
Options & variants extraction arms
Occupational safety and health
These released emissions and fine dusts can penetrate into the lungs (alveolar) and are usually harmful to health or even carcinogenic. Furthermore, dust/fume particles or oil mist are deposited on floors, machines and other surfaces in the hall. Extraction arms and extraction hoods must therefore be optimally designed from a technical point of view and have the appropriate suction power to guarantee the health and safety of employees.
What should I pay attention to?
Capture is the first component in extraction technology and one of the most important elements. If smoke and dust are not efficiently extracted at the outset, they will disperse throughout the room and into the air we breathe. Emissions can be captured by exhaust arms, exhaust hoods, exhaust tables or complete hall ventilation systems directly at the source. The choice of the right capture, size and extraction power are crucial here. Let us advise you personally to find your optimal extraction solution!
Advantages of selective extraction
- Compliance with occupational health and safety (TRGS 560)
- Collection directly at the point of origin
- No dirt deposits in the hall
- Longevity of machines and tools
- Low cleaning costs
- Purity of end products
Fire and explosion protection
Flammable and explosive media such as gas, steam, mist or dust can cause serious fires and violent explosions. Our extraction arms are therefore equipped with special fire and explosion protection components and offer safe operation:
- Flow-optimized design
- No deposits
- External joints
- ATEX execution (electrically conductive)
For our extraction arms, we offer versatile connections such as fans, central or mobile extraction systems, filter units, pipe systems or hall ventilation systems. However, the arms can also be easily attached to existing systems and are thus quickly ready for use We offer a wide range of mounting options for our extraction arms:
- Ceiling mount
- Floor mounting
- Wall mounting
- Extraction slot channel (various versions)
- Connection to extraction or pipe systems