Why use laser engraving?
There are a lot of ways one may use to engrave materials. However, lasers have developed to become the most cost-effective, efficient, and reliable process on the market. Laser engraving delivers exceptional results with much higher quality than most of its conventional counterparts; it isn’t surprising that it has quickly become a staple component of many firms around the globe. Laser engraving is used for a number of reasons:
Laser Engraving Filtration With 4x8 Carbon
Often, laser engravers and cutters call us about unbearable odors that laser cutting machines emit during cutting. They make use of a CO2 laser beam to cut a variety of materials like marble, plastic, acrylic, wood amongst others. While the smell is a well-known issue in this industry, the solution isn’t quite difficult. Unluckily, the replacement filters that the engraving and cutting machine manufacturer offers are costly. This, however, is not true. With some know-how, you can develop a similar filter for far less money.
To remove the odors from cutting, the use of activated carbon filters is very cost-effective. Purchasing a higher quality, refillable carbon filter from leading manufacturers will save you time and money in the long run because it lasts much longer and doesn’t require change-outs as frequently. At Carbon Bulk Sales, we suggest you use a 4x8 granular coconut shell activated carbon (GC 4x8S) or a 4-millimeter pellet (GC C-40). We’ve had a ton of repeated customers for these products.
GC C-40 Activated Carbon
It’s a virgin activated carbon. It is pelletized in form and is derived from bituminous coal. Its surface area and high activity make it ideal for the majority of the vapor phase applications. Its shape is quite uniform, making it attractive in applications that take into account low-pressure drop.
This granular activated carbon is perfect for the majority of the air purification purposes. It’s made from chosen grades of coconut shell and has a superior level of hardness, making it cleaner than the majority of other carbons with a longer life expectancy. This, when combined with its appreciable activity level, makes it fit for use in any sort of carbon system or filter.
The oxygen from the air is removed through wet activated carbon, causing a serious hazard to workers inside carbon vessels. Low oxygen/confined space procedures should be put in place before any entry is made. Such procedures need to comply with all the applicable state, local, and federal guidelines.