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August 2017 • SMT Magazine 69 grade filtration, which finally defines the over- all efficiency and therefore the residual amount of pollution in the re-circulated air. Summary The competitive pressure in electronics manufacturing is tremendous. Only those who provide high-quality products, minimize main- tenance costs and rely on healthy employees, will successfully survive in highly competitive markets. Thereby air purification plays a major role. In the field of electronic assembly manufac- ture, this means more than ventilation and vac- uum cleaning. Besides removing dirt and un- pleasant odors, it is mainly about removing air- borne hazardous substances, which may have a drastic impact on humans, machinery and products. Effectively running extraction and fil- tration units help entire enterprises to maintain competitiveness. SMT Stefan Meissner is the head of corporate communications at ULT AG. Arne Neiser is product manager for wave and reflow soldering systems at SEHO Systems GmbH. SOLDERING FUMES IN ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING Figure 5: Various collecting elements (selection).

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