What health risks can develop?

A lot of to­days dust and fumes are haz­ardous to health when in­haled. Over­ex­po­sure can lead to se­ri­ous and long term med­ical prob­lems such as oc­cu­pa­tional asthma or other ef­fects like:

Headaches, Nosebleeds, Eye irritation, sionasal cancer, sore throat

10 important things you need to know if you work with hazardous gases and particles!
  1. Long term ex­po­sure to air­borne par­ti­cles and gases can couse per­ma­nent dam­age to human be­ings.

  2. Thou­sands of work­ers all over the world con­tract oc­cu­pa­tional lung and other dis­eases, in­clud­ing can­cer, each year. They de­velop those be­cause they breathe in too much dust, fumes or other air­borne con­t­a­m­i­nants at work. *HSE Helath & Safety Ex­ec­u­tive in Great Britain

  3. At least 20 % of em­ploy­ees in the sol­der­ing area in­di­cate clin­i­cal symp­toms of asthma*Re­sults from a study made in USA & Eu­rope

  4. Oc­cu­pa­tional asthma is a major issue in elec­tron­ics man­u­fac­tur­ing be­cause when a per­son de­vel­ops oc­cu­pa­tional asthma he / she has to be moved from that work­ing area.
  5. Breath­ing with oc­cu­pa­tional asthma feels like breath­ing through a straw.

  6. Once a per­sonal de­vel­ops asthma, the symp­toms are per­ma­nent and ir­re­versible.

  7. Al­most every­one who works in an in­dus­trial en­vi­rone­ment comes in con­tact with chem­i­cals which con­tain a sol­vent.

  8. Most of dan­ger­ous gases are in­vis­i­ble to the eye.

  9. For peo­ple with heart dis­eases, short term ex­po­sure to haz­ardous air­borne par­ti­cles, can be linked to heart at­tacks and ab­nor­mal heart rhythms.

  10. The com­bi­na­tion of being ex­posed to both gases and air­borne par­ti­cles is more dan­ger­ous than only being ex­posed to gases.

How do I get the best protection?
  • Weller fil­ter sys­tems offer the best pos­si­ble pro­tec­tion to the op­er­a­tor by ex­tract­ing dan­ger­ous fumes and cap­tur­ing air­borne par­ti­cles at high­est lev­els.
  • The fil­ter sys­tems are mo­bile, and can be moved around the work­place.
  • The sys­tems are easy to in­stall and have low ser­vice re­quire­ments.
  • The moise lev­els of the fil­ter sys­tems are very low, ad­di­tion­ally pro­tect­ing the op­er­a­tor from ex­ces­sive noise pol­lu­tion in man­u­fac­tur­ing areas
  • The prod­uct range con­sists of var­i­ous prod­ucts that can be used for dif­fer­ent ap­pli­ca­tions.
  • The fil­ters have a long life time.
What health risks can develop?

A lot of to­days dust and fumes are haz­ardous to health when in­haled. Over­ex­po­sure can lead to se­ri­ous and long term med­ical prob­lems such as oc­cu­pa­tional asthma or other ef­fects like:

Headaches, Nosebleeds, Eye irritation, sionasal cancer, sore throat

Protect yourself!
  • 30 min­utes ex­po­sure to air­borne par­ti­cles and gases per day is enough to cause health prob­lems.
  • 30 min­utes ex­po­sure per day means ap­prox­i­mately 110 h / year or 14 work­days with con­tin­u­ous ex­po­sure to haz­ardous gases and par­ti­cles.
  • Sol­der­ing tests with a net mounted in the noz­zle showed 90 min­utes later that the net was com­pletely clogged.

 

Are you gambling movie