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Radio-toxic dust disposed of in safety
Article Type: Equipment and software From: Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology: An International Journal, Volume 81, Issue 6
Potentially dangerous radio-toxic dust generated during grinding of some types of welding electrode can now be collected and disposed of in complete safety.
Huntingdon Fusion Techniques Limited (HFT) has released a new vacuum dust extraction system for its internationally acclaimed TEG-3 tungsten electrode grinding machine.
This more comprehensive Tungsten Grinder has all the features of the non-extraction version with the added extraction system.
HFT maintains a high reputation with its no quibble instant replacement guarantee and in order to ensure that products are not damaged in transit, a separate department is constantly designing new and improved packaging for all of the company's products.
In re-designing, the transport packaging for the Tungsten Grinding Machine, to accommodate the extraction system, HFT has taken the opportunity to introduce a new robust container that meets the requirements for international transportation.