ULT Demonstrates Fume Extraction Solutions for Emission Reduction at SMTconnect

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At the upcoming trade show SMTconnect, ULT will exhibit worldwide leading solutions for air purification in electronics manufacturing. The positive effects of sustainable extraction and filtration technology on process chains, product and manufacturing quality, and employee health will be demonstrated.

Emissions such as soldering fume, laser fume, vapors, gases, or odors arise at various points in the manufacturing process of electronic assemblies. These must also be eliminated within the framework of legal requirements.

ULT provides mobile and stationary fume extraction solutions that are used at manual workstations for the individual assembly of sample boards and small series as well as for repairs, but also for integration into production lines or processing systems for lasering, soldering, painting, casting, coating, gluing, bonding, etc.

Visitors to the ULT stand will get first-hand information on the high level of flexibility and variability of extraction systems and obtain concrete conclusions about their own potential application scenarios as well as savings on procurement and operating costs.

The efficient capture of airborne pollutants plays a critical role and only the ideal utilization of extraction arms and collection elements guarantees the best possible filtration of all pollutants and, thus, a high degree of efficiency of the extraction systems.

Finally, the topics of process and device safety and customer-specific system construction as well as extensive service options will be presented at the ULT stand.


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