Production facilities where welding and grinding are part of the production process have other air quality challenges in addition to those that all production facilities face. During the welding process, toxic gases and fumes are generated. Exposure to these gases and fumes can lead to several serious health issues such as fatigue, pneumonia, asthma, cancer, neurological diseases, and brain damage.
Metal fragments and debris created as by-products during the production process also further increase the risk of machines clogging, which can lead to extra maintenance costs and downtime, as well as test failures, contaminated products, and customer complaints due to decreased product quality and lifespan. This not only makes it difficult to reach the standards for technical cleanliness but can also negatively affect the business long-term.