Are there any downsides to having a fume extractor?

The only down side to using a fume extractor is the initial cost of the unit, space needed to position the system, and at some point, you will need to change out the filter set. After that, most extraction systems are pretty much plug and play. You just attach the hose connection kit, turn on the extractor, and then set the flow rate accordingly. It is normally that simple.

-John Podwojski, BOFA Americas

John Podwojski

John Podwojski is a regional general manager at Luxinar. He was formerly a general manager with BOFA Americas.

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