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SAR With T94i-R Helmet Increases Comfort and Cooling

The new supplied air respirator (SAR) cools air flowing into the welder’s helmet to as low as 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

ZoneFlow Fume Extraction Technology: Wide Fume Capture Zone

Get a weld fume capture zone that’s up to three times larger than traditional fume extraction systems.

Miller PAPR with T94-R Welding Helmets

The New PAPR from Miller, paired with new T94-R Series Welding Helmets, is engineered for comfort to keep the system on — driving productivity, safety and compliance.

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Reduce Weld Fume Exposure by Choosing the Right Option

Protecting employees against weld fumes is critical to providing a safe working environment. Choosing the right weld fume management solutions can also have a positive impact on the bottom line through improved productivity.

Navigating OSHA's Hierarchy of Controls to Minimize Weld Fume

Protecting employees against weld fumes is as much a matter of creating a safe and clean work environment as it is giving companies a competitive advantage to attract and retain skilled welding operators. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration outlines steps for weld fume management in its Hierarchy of Controls to help companies improve workplace safety and compliance.

8 Best Practices for Weld Fume Management

Weld fume management is a non-negotiable part of establishing and maintaining a safe, comfortable and compliant work environment, while also providing companies with a competitive advantage in attracting and retaining skilled workers. Managing fumes created by the welding process is necessary for compliance with regulations from agencies such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). OSHA enforces exposure limits for each individual metal, metal oxide or gas found in the weld plume, such as hexavalent chromium and manganese.