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Solder Fume Extraction System EASY ARM 1

Efficient, compact solder fume extraction for individual workstations

Article-No.: 0CA10-001

The Ersa EASY ARM solder fume extraction units impress with their high extraction performance and whisper-quiet operation. The EASY ARM 1 solder fume extraction systems are characterized by high extraction performance (100 m³/h per extraction arm), efficient filter performance and, at the same time, very quiet operation. The process air is cleaned in three stages: A pre-filter retains dusts and larger particles. The combi-filter separates micro-particles, such as those produced during soldering, and the activated carbon filter binds harmful gases.

Specifications Ersa Solder
Fume Extraction EASY ARM 1

Ersa EASY ARM: Solder fume extraction during residual solder removal on a BGA
  • Continuously settable extraction power
  • Effective 3-stage filter system – 99,95% filter degree
  • 100 m³/h air flow per extraction arm
  • Optical and acoustical reminder signal for filter exchange
  • High performance filter materials, filters fit to both systems of the EASY ARM series
  • Interface to connect to an i-CON soldering station or a standby-switch
  • Flexible system of extraction arms and nozzles allows individual setup for each workplace
  • Small footprint
  • Dimensions (W x D x H) in mm: 255 x 255 x 470
  • Weight in kg: 7,5
  • Antistatic version (y/n): yes
  • Rated power in W: 40
  • Power consumption standby in W: 6
  • Rated voltage in V AC: 100-240
  • Noise level in dB (A): 50
  • Mark of conformity: CE
  • Volume flow in m³/h: 100
  • Filtering harmful soldering fumes from the ambient air

  • 3-stage filter system:

    • Pre-filter: captures larger particles and dusts
    • Combi filter: separates micro particles
    • Activated carbon filter: binds toxic gases
  • Prevents flux precipitation on printed circuit boards


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