Statiflex 800
Lincoln Electric’s Statiflex 800 is a wall-mounted weld fume extraction and filtration system designed to curtail operating costs via a self-cleaning filtration system that reduces the frequency of filter replacement.

Lincoln Electric's Statiflex 800 offers automatic filter cleaning

Lincoln Electric’s new Statiflex 800 is a wall-mounted weld fume extraction and filtration system designed to curtail operating costs via a self-cleaning filtration system that reduces the frequency of filter replacement.

The system is designed with dual-arm capacity that includes an optional extended reach of 27 feet. Statiflex 800 is ideal for heavy-duty extraction and filtration in facilities with fixed workstations and limited floor space, the company said.
 
The Statiflex airflow in the single-arm configuration is 735 cubic feet per minute (CFM), while the airflow for the dual-arm configuration is 1200 CFM. The system includes a filter capacity of 568 square feet, and an internal spark arrestor that functions as a pre-filter for larger size particulate.
 
Like its predecessor models, the Statiflex 800 was designed with efficiency and cost savings in mind, the company said. The automatic filter cleaning system is an on-board cleaning mechanism that uses blasts of compressed air to knock particulate from the filter surface, extending the time interval between filter replacement.
 
The flexibility of the Statiflex system enables the user to create a configuration tailored to individual needs. Start with the base unit and choose an extraction arm, wall-mounting hardware, starting control, fan and (where applicable) the extension crane mounting.
 
The Statiflex 800 is made in the United States (of US and foreign content) and covered by a three-year warranty. Lincoln Electric offers 14 One-Pak packages for easy ordering. Each package includes different options to suit specific fume extraction needs.

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