Applications - Robotic Welding

Robotic welding is a demanding application for dust collection and the A.C.T. Dust Collector is the solution. Robotic weld cells are no longer for the elite, exclusive manufacturing facilities, they are becoming more and more common taking over the tedious, repetitive tasks.  

Robotic welding requires additional dust collection for the cell due to the large volume of dense smoke it creates. A robotic welding facility needs an efficient air quality system in place to meet safety regulations.

A.C.T. Dust Collectors feature a small footprint, are easy to install, and simple to integrate with your robotic welding system.

Dust Collectors for Your Robotic Weld Cell

Robotic weld cell are more common in manufacturing facilities as they can perform tasks faster and with fewer errors than humans. To keep the robots running at maximum efficiency they need to operate in a clean environment. Dust and fumes will affect the robot and potentially lead to expensive optical and mechanical failure. A properly designed fume collection system will allow the robots to perform at peak efficiency with minimal down time  and will also keep workers from being exposed to potentially harmful weld fume.

Considering the advantages of robotic welding, it is likely to become more common throughout various industries. The quality of robotic welding is high, consistent and also requires dust collection - that is where we can assist.

Read our Blog: Does High-Volume Production Welding Require Extra Dust Collection?

At A.C.T. Dust Collectors, we offer a wide range of dust collection equipment such as the ACTion Booth Power Module and our Cartridge Collectors. Our sales experts have the knowledge and skills to help you reduce the dust problem at your facility in a  quick and efficient way.

We offer systems that are custom designed and built, and we’ll help you find the system that works for you. Each of our dust collectors is equipped with a venturi-assisted reverse-pulse filter cleaning system, and a digital solid state pulse control panel. To learn more about which system can be used for your thermal spray coating process, call us at 763-557-7162.

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