Unlike welding, where the main risk is rising smoke and fumes that need to be captured before they reach the welder’s breathing zone, cutting creates another problem: Due to the high cutting pressure during plasma-, laser- or flame cutting, dust, sparks and fumes are pushed into the table and get swirled up again to the top. A conventional extraction from the bottom or the sides would not be sufficient, and employees and machinery alike would suffer from various health problems or break downs.
That’s why KEMPER designed a new extraction table which takes advantage of the rising dust, by creating a cyclone like air flow where sparks and heavy particles get separated on the bottom, and fumes and finer particles are captured near the surface of the table.
Modular Construction let’s you create the cutting table of your dreams: the table segments come in various widths and can be joined together to achieve any desired cutting bed size (and can be even added on later) according to your budget and size requirements.
Sectional Exhaust – Big Savings: Mechanical exhaust is controlled by a control bar where a slide is attached to the cutting portal. Exhaust is only activated as long as the cutter is located above the section. The table can be extracted with low volume, which cuts down energy cost by operating at the lowest possible extraction rate.
KemTab Flex: This KemTab table is also available in flat pack design for economical shipping and easy assembly on site.