Electronics

BOFA International Ltd is the market leader in the field of fume extraction and filtration. BOFA's systems are designed for single or multiple-operator stations that generate fume comprising resin particulate and gaseous organic compounds. Whether you are looking for an extraction unit or cabinet, there are options to fit your needs, as well as replacement filters and accessories to add to your existing system.
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Why are fume extractors needed in electronic workshops? 


Fume extraction in the electronics industry is vital for a number of reasons. In order to protect sensitive electronic components, work must be completed in a certain environment, which requires reduced humidity and as little dust as possible. While this closed environment is good for the electronic components, it’s not so good for the manual technicians.

 

Working with chemical fumes


Fume extractors are important here because they remove the chemical fumes and vapours that build up during the manufacturing process. Cleaning agents, solvents and resins are all regularly used in the electronics industry. These fumes are often harmless in small amounts but can cause health issues over the long term.

BOFA’s fume extraction systems

Over the years, BOFA International has emerged as the market leader in fume extraction systems. With a range of innovative machines specifically designed for the electronics industry, BOFA has all bases covered when it comes to keeping employees safe from harmful fumes.


If you’re not sure which fume extractor would be best suited for your business, feel free to get in touch with us today. We can help you to select the right system for your manufacturing line that will comply with health and safety and provide the best results.

Fume extractors for the electronics industry 

Here at V Tech SMT, we understand the importance of fume extraction systems. Not only are they legal requirements for many workplaces, but they can also increase productivity and massively boost employee wellbeing


The electronics industry is one of the fastest-growing sectors, particularly as people become more reliant on electronic devices in their everyday lives. Fume extraction systems play an integral role in the manufacturing process and efficiency of production lines.

Health and safety while soldering

Some stages of manufacturing electronics might require manual soldering for more intricate and precise components. As we know, soldering releases fumes that contain a number of toxins and harmful chemicals. Employers have a responsibility to protect employees from the harmful fumes released during the soldering process