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Oven Range Hood Gets Rid Of Welder Fumes
A salvaged oven range hood works great for exhausting welder fumes, says Bob Bugger, Effingham, Ill.
  He bolted an old oven range hood to the wall of his basement to keep fumes from getting into his house, running ductwork from the hood out a basement window. To support the hood he made a wood frame hung from the floor joists, and uses it for storage.
  "I do welding work closeby, and a lot of times I move my welding table under the hood and work there," says Bugger. "I had been using a fan to blow fumes out the door, or else I did my welding outside. The hood is nice because it has not only a fan but also a built-in light."
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Bob Bugger, 8971 E. 1025th Ave., Effingham, Ill. 62401 (ph 217 536-6516).

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2006 - Volume #30, Issue #4