The stationary filter unit is for filtering medium quantities of welding fumes and dust at up to two workplaces simultaneously. (Image: Kemper GmbH))
The stationary filter unit is for filtering medium quantities of welding fumes and dust at up to two workplaces simultaneously. (Image: Kemper GmbH))

Kemper’s new WallMaster filter system has an area of 42 m2 and the stationary unit has the largest filter surface in the entry-level market, allowing metalworking companies to optimise their protective welding equipment.

The company says it is simple to integrate and mount the unit behind extraction elements such as extraction arms or fans and there is no need for its own power supply. This also makes it suitable for retrofitting into existing extraction technology.

The stationary filter unit is suitable for filtering medium quantities of welding fumes and dust at up to two workplaces simultaneously. The filter surface of 42 m2 is the highest capacity in the entry-level price segment of stationary welding fume extraction on the market. The WallMaster effectively separates even ultra-fine particles with a size of less than 0.1 µm to a degree of more than 99.5%.

The company said that with the introduction of WallMaster, it is now closing the gap in the entry-level segment between low price barriers, effective filter technology and a space-saving product design.