The space-saving and modular design of the RH-Series Robotic and Automated Welding Cell Hoods allow for maximum flexibility during installation and changes. Industrial Maid’s advanced ductless design has the lowest fire risk in the industry. The welding fume extraction hoods draw air from each end, not directly above the welding zone, providing low inlet velocities and no direct path for sparks to reach the specially designed spark arrestor filters. Additionally, the units have a thermal shutoff switch to cut power in case of a thermal event. The RH-Series weld fume extraction hoods have three filtration stages and a low air-to-cloth ratio to allow the filters to collect more weld fume, smoke, dust, and particulate and ultimately extend the filter life. Filter service is by disposal, so no dust is handled from dump trays or drums. Lastly, there is no compressed air, so the units operate more cost-efficiently, and noise levels are lower.Learn More
Designed for you.
Industrial Maid’s engineering team has over 50 years of manufacturing and service experience in high production automated and robotic welding environments for aerospace, agriculture, automotive, defense, and other industries.
We understand the workflows, processes, and challenges you face in your manufacturing environment and have applied this knowledge to the design of the RH-Series Robotic and Automated Weld Cell Hoods. The size of the weld fume extraction hood can be customized to fit directly over the weld cell. The hood can be mounted on stands, suspended, or mounted on automated crane systems. An optional dust-proof LED lighting kit illuminates the work area below. The RH-Series Hoods are easy to install, reconfigure and are low maintenance. Energy consumption is a fraction of ducted and other systems with larger motors and compressed air. This thoughtful design’s net result is the safest, most-effective, and efficient system on the market with a significantly lower total cost of ownership.Learn More