For 51 years, Ace fume extractors have been manufactured at our plant in St. Louis, MO. Each of our extractors is built by hand by skilled assembly technicians who know our products better than anyone in the world. For these reasons, we take pride in the quality our products, of our service, and of our … Read more
Ace will be exhibiting at the 2016 Fabtech Expo, November 16-18, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. You can find Ace in booth N4422 in the Welding Section.
The flammability rating of a welding fume extractor filter is a legitimate concern. All welding and related high heat metal working processes expose filters to the potential for fire and/or smoldering. Ace takes this fact seriously and has built two important features into it’s line of fume extractors to help mimimize first incidents. These features … Read more
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Ace Fume Extractors Names New Sales Agency Ace Industrial Products, a leading manufacturer of welding fume extraction equipment, is pleased to announce the appointment, effective March 1, 2017, of Pacific Crest Sales Group LLC as its manufacturer sales representatives for the Pacific Northwest region: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. … Read more
Ace Industrial Products Introduces New Compact Mobile Fume Extractor ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI – Ace Industrial Products has expanded its line of powerful, self- contained welding fume extractors with the introduction of model 73-701, an all-purpose, competitively priced, yet full-featured machine. The need to provide effective, rugged fume extractors to welders continues to grow, and with … Read more
Ace portable fume extractors use brushes that are rated for 500 hours of use. It’s advisable to keep a spare set handy so that a change can be made before the brushes wear down completely. Doing so will prevent damage from occuring to the motor itself. A pictorial guide to changing your motor brushes are available by … Read more
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Breathing weld fumes is never healthy. While not as harmful as breathing chromium fumes, the potential dangers of breathing aluminum fumes is just as pronounced as breathing carbon steel fumes. Click the following link from The Fabricator to get familiar with the topic: http://www.thefabricator.com/article/aluminumwelding/welding-fumes-in-aluminum-mig
Ace recommends regular environmental air monitoring of your facility to ensure maximum worker safety as well as regulatory compliance. By doing so, you can ascertain the current state of your facility’s air quality, and with that information, make more informed decisions regarding any remediation methods, whether is fume extraction or otherwise. The American Industrial Hygiene … Read more
In the coming days, we will be issuing detailed information EPA’s Rule 6X, a recently implemented standard regulating the outdoor emission of welding fumes. The standard is not universal to all welding related business, so the obvious questions are: 1.) Am I subject to the rule?, 2.) If I am, how do I test for compliance?, and 3.) If … Read more