Kemper America Debuts Welding Fume Extractor Website

Press Release
Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Welding exhaust company Kemper America launches new website for access to its fume extraction products

Kemper America, an industry leading supplier of welding exhaust systems recently launched a new website to enhance their web presence so customers can easily find the company and its products online.

Since its founding in 1977, Kemper welding fume extraction systems have been keeping welders and other worker safe from dangerous chemicals in welding smoke. The new website features a comprehensive product catalog that provides details on all of company’s welding smoke removal products, including pricing and technical data. Kemper America’s welding fume safety products meet, or exceed, OSHA quality standards. When installed they vastly improve air quality in the workplace. 


Welding smoke, gases, and fumes contain chemicals such as chromium, manganese, and cadmium. These chemicals pollute the air and can impact the health of workers who breathe the fumes. Routine exposure to welding smoke and fumes can cause serious illnesses such as bronchitis, edema (fluid in the lungs), emphysema, and many types of cancers. Kemper’s OSHA compliant products are designed to remove welding smoke and other pollutants from the workplace to keep workers safe.

The new website was designed with the user in mind. It enables visitors to research Kemper America’s unique line of fume extractor products including welding exhaust arms , exhaust fans, fume hoods, cutting and welding tables, welding booths, welding curtains, and filter units. In addition, the website’s catalog provides a complete list of accessories for Kemper welding exhaust products to keep them operating at peak performance. Accessories, such as replacement filter for Kemper air filtration systems, can be easily found on the website.
 


 

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