Remote (also known as ‘ducted’) downdraft tables are designed to provide efficient capture of dusts, fumes, and gas/vapors generated from a variety of manufacturing operations and processes such as buffing, grinding, sanding, cutting, polishing, gluing, bonding, mixing, and for certain welding applications. They are a great solution to capture contaminants that are generated close to the work surface. Contaminants generated during operations are drawn through the openings in the table top into the plenum base where larger particles and chips (if generated) will fall out of the air stream. Remaining airborne contaminants are drawn into the duct connected to the back of the table and are exhausted outside or to an optional filtration system for removal.
Ducted downdraft tables can be equipped with optional back and hinged side wing panels, and are a great solution to capture contaminants that are generated close to the work surface, from operations such as buffing, grinding, sanding, cutting, and polishing. The hinged side panels can be unlocked and opened to allow parts longer than the table itself to be worked on.