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    Welding Fume Control

    I have several lightly used Lincoln fume extraction arms for sale (#K1655-3). I bought these at auction this summer & have all that I can use in my shop and more. This is the extendable arm and flex hose only - Lincoln sells the suction fan separately. These extraction arms are 8" in diameter, swivel 360 degrees, pivot at a 45 degree angle, extend from 40" to 55", are flexible, and have a damper inside the tube to control flow. Lincoln has these priced at $901.00 on their website, I'm asking $200.00 each, shipping included to anywhere in the lower 48 states.
    All you need is a fan source to draw the fumes away from your work and filter or exhaust them from the building. I have an old squirrel cage fan bought for $4.00 at a garage sale on mine. I've attached a few pics and Lincoln's owner's manual. Let me know if you want more information or pictures.
    Thanks, Jim.

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    Re: Welding Fume Control

    Looks as if the Owner's Manual didn't make it. Available on request.

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    I'll take one. Shoot me an email and we'll get it done. lancek@advancedwearcoatings.com
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    Done. It's on the way.

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    I still have some of these fume extraction arms for sale. Don't mind the messy garage.

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    Re: Welding Fume Control

    Got two left ?
    Ill take one

    What is the length open and collapsed ? Thanks

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    Re: Welding Fume Control

    I do have a couple left. They extend from 39.5" to 55", has a damper for air flow control, pivots on the mount 45 degrees, and will swivel 360 degrees. Comes with an extra 8" dia. by 4' long flex tube. All you need is a fan source. Send me a PM with your e-mail address and I'll send you an owner's manual. I can ship them by FedEx. Thanks, Jim.

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    Re: Welding Fume Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim in ICT View Post
    I do have a couple left. They extend from 39.5" to 55", has a damper for air flow control, pivots on the mount 45 degrees, and will swivel 360 degrees. Comes with an extra 8" dia. by 4' long flex tube. All you need is a fan source. Send me a PM with your e-mail address and I'll send you an owner's manual. I can ship them by FedEx. Thanks, Jim.
    I'd like one. How do you prefer to be paid?
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    Paypal or personal check. I'll send you a PM.

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    Jim, I finally got mine mounted. I'll send you a picture later today. What fan did you end up using?

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    I have an old squirrel cage fan. Haven't mounted it yet.

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    I'll take one if you still have one
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    I do have a few left.

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    Here are the pictures:

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    Wow, I think I recognize that one! Where did you get the fan motor? I might need to make a change in my set up. Thanks for the pics.

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    I got mine like that off Amazon. 720 cfm. I ran mine out under the eve to actually evacuate the fumes. This looks more like it just spreads the gunk around, or can't I see that it vents to the outside?

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    That's the exact motor I ordered last night lol. Does the 8 vent for right into the motor housing ?
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    Re: Welding Fume Control

    I meant to say does the vent fan mount right into tubing ? I was going to have this run into the attic and then out the back side of the garage.
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    Re: Welding Fume Control

    Mx727 can you show me how fat that setup extends and bends ? Thanks in advance
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    Re: Welding Fume Control

    Pictures #1 and #2 show the extension from 39.5" to 55". Picture #3 shows about the extent of the bend. The collection head also swivels 360 degrees.

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    Thanks. I was prob going to hang it like mx727 and have it go into the ceiling then elbow 90 degree to a vent out the back of the garage.

    The way Mx has it I can easily move it into position over the table
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    Yeah, I like the way he's got it mounted. I'm going to try to make a portable one also when I figure a way to support the collection arm. I have a small roll around cabinet to mount a fan in and filter the air running through it. I need some sort of articulating arm to mount on the cabinet to attach the tube to.

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    If you have another one in good shape left, I'd be happy to take it off your hands.

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    I do. I'll send you a PM. Thanks, Jim

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    Re: Welding Fume Control

    Sorry, I've been away for a bit. You are correct, I don't have the rest of the ducting on in the above photos. I do have the ducting, just short on time. It basically pulls down to the table which is just about perfect for where I do most of my work. The fan does mount right into the tubing. I got it off Amazon and they also had the extra ducting and some clamps. The fan came with clamps though, so I really only needed one clamp for the outside vent.

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