Torch Cutting on Composite Titanium Sheets
Large and complex dual torch-cutting tables made air capture at the source impossible. The existing overhead curtain hoods alone could not eliminate the 40 to 60 feet of smoke coming from just one large table.
A zipper duct design was developed to maximize the amount of air directly above the effective cutting zone, all the while reducing the total amount of air required.
The system not only contained the smoke, it did so using only 15% of the air required to fully ventilate the cutting table.
The zipper duct allows for ventilation of the cutting zone as it follows the torch to minimize air volume consumption.
|Unit:||DCCH-20 & HEPA|
|Air Volume:||10000 CFM|
|Media:||Paper & HEPA|
|Air to Cloth:||1.5:1|