V 250: Fume extraction system for hand soldering
BOFA's V 250 extraction unit has been designed to effectively capture and remove the potentially harmful fumes generated during hand soldering tasks. It is perfect for today’s electronics manufacturing environments.
Benefits of the V 250 include:
- Portable system offered in a number of configurations to cater for different factory layouts
- Contains everything required to set up two operators with ease
- Fast and easy installation allows this unit to be moved with the work bench when factory layouts need changing due to production demands
- Low noise level
- Fully comprehensive filtration capabilities
- Unique flush seal mounting system
Applications that our V 250 can be used with:
- Hand soldering
- PCB rework stations
Key features of the V 250
HEPA filter – BOFA uses mini pleat design HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filters which are tested and certified to a minimum efficiency of 99.997% down to 0.3 microns and 95% as small as 0.1 micron. They incorporate a series of webbing between the pleated media. This feature not only guarantees even spacing for full filter coverage between each pleat, but also alleviates the possibility of airflow vibration or collapse.
Advanced carbon filter (ACF) technology – assures safe capture and removal of hazardous fumes. Contaminated air must remain in contact with the carbon bed for a period of time sufficient to ensure that no contaminants or odours are emitted (‘dwell time’). Our filters have been developed to capture all contaminants and odours, eliminating the risk of bypass and/or tunnelling.
SureCHECK quality standard – Our high standard quality, health and safety and environmental management, applied to everything we do.
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Speak to one of our experts
For further information and advice on which extraction solutions are right for you, speak to our electronics fume experts. They will work with you and our applications specialists to understand your specific process and help you determine what measures you should consider for safe operation.