ULT Launches New Generation of Mobile Fume Extraction Units


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ULT AG has launched its next generation of portable fume extraction units for small and medium air pollutant quantities. The ULT 160.1 features a new, visually appealing design and improved device handling, has high filtration rates, extremely low-noise operation, and an optimized price-performance-ratio.

ULT provides the systems as specific versions for the removal of laser fume (type LAS 160.1), soldering fume (LRA 160.1), dusts (ASD 160.1), or gases, odors and vapors (ACD 160.1). Specifically configured filter technologies are utilized for the respective applications. The ULT 160.1 units can be connected to external systems via a D-Sub interface for automated operations, for instance, laser marking systems, soldering machines, or dispensing devices.

ULT's fume extraction systems help to eliminate airborne pollutants released during joining, separation or surface processing technologies. The units remove the finest of particles and emissions in automated and semi-automated production processes as well as manual workplaces in many industries.

About ULT AG

Founded in 1994, ULT AG is a leading vendor of high efficiency fume extraction technology and process air drying solutions. The broad range of equipment has been designed for use in various industries, covering a wide range of applications. Among the solutions offered, there are standard products as well as custom-built units for special applications. ULT AG provides customers all over the world with fume extraction systems for material processing as well as onsite services. The company has been DIN EN ISO 9001 certified for more than 20 years.

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