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    Welding Fume Extration

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    Welding Fume Extraction made from desk fan being enclosed in MFD housing and wall mounted on hinge so as it can be swung out to exhaust fume from out of my shed. Note switch on side of casing.
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    Thanks Madeit! I've added your Welding Fume Extractor to our Woodworking category, as well as to your builder page: Madeit's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:

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    Great work Madeit. I would like to suggest an extraction hood to maximize coverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altair View Post
    Great work Madeit. I would like to suggest an extraction hood to maximize coverage.
    Thanks for your email. when I tried the extraction fan when welding and it worked fine. I thought about a hood, but as the air-con duct is self supporting I decided not to fit even a light hood as I did not want to add a support to the duct.

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    Very nice. One wouldn't think that it's a consumer fan in that enclosure.


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