to take part in the first Brazil Welding Show
• Expanding commitment on Brazil's growing market
• Focus on innovative stand-alone and mobile units
Vreden, São Paulo, 01 September 2011 – The FIFA cup and the
Olympics have once again thrust Brazil into the international
limelight, but not only these major events have spurred investment
in state-of-the-art welding here in Brazil. German equipment
– the world leader for air extraction and
filtration equipment – has introduced a new portable breathing
protection system, autoflow XP, to meet EHS regulations. The
system features a powerful fan together with a compact lowweight
, based in Vreden, Westphalia in Germany,
will also be presenting its entire range of mobile and portable
filter units at the international Brazil Welding Show in 2011.
The company's latest breathing air-filtering products for filtering
air are presented at booth 282 at São Paulo's Expo Center Norte
on October 18–21, 2011.
"Brazil is one of the world's largest growing markets. Naturally, we will
be taking part at the first Brazil Welding Show to show local customers
our product range," says Björn Kemper
, CEO of KEMPER
company has set its sights on expanding its international business –
was already at the Moscow trade fair this year, and will also
be exhibiting at MSV 2011 in Brno, Czech Republic, and FabTech
2011 in Chicago, Illinois.
will be at the international specialist trade fair in São Paulo
to exhibit mainly mobile filtering units that have proven their worth in
industry in many years of continuous development. One example is
Filter-Master, a versatile base unit for use at changing welding stations,
a unit featuring a simple yet highly robust steel-sheet design as
well as high-resistance powder coating. In addition, the company will
be presenting its Filter-Master XL, a filter unit with state-of-the-art
KemTex® ePTFE membrane filter cartridges especially suited to welding
The portable autoflow XP breathing air protection system is another
product to be exhibited at the trade fair, a batterypowered
unit that generates constant excess pressure in protective
headgear to keep dangerous smoke and emissions out. The autoflow
XP system also cleans suction air at 99.8% separation rates using a
particle filter. This breathing protection system runs at four fan speed
settings driven by a brush-free DC motor with three times the service
life of conventional fan drives.
Versatile due to its highly compact size, KEMPER
Dusty was designed
for extracting pollutants where they arise. The system is very lightweight,
versatile and ideal for applications that involve smoke and
dust-type emissions. The suction hose can be connected to a variety
of collectors and nozzles or to welding guns with integrated suction.
The CEO especially sees a lot of potential for his company in applications
with these versatile units – "Our KEMPER
Dusty is an ideal extraction
unit for stand-alone workstations," says Björn Kemper
filters ultra-fine dust using a cartridge that is also simple to clean off.
is also considering extending its Brazilian activities to secure
its position on the local market – "We'd like to present our product
benefits to the Brazilian market more effectively, so we're thinking
about extending our own sales and production capacities," comments
on the current state of development.
For additional information please visit www.kemper.eu