Hakko Smoke Absorber

$143.95 USD
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Item# HAK400
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Product Features

  • Fan pulls smoke and odors away as you solder
  • Features urethane foam and high absorption carbon
  • Optional arm stand to position filter right where you need it
  • Arm stand sold separately (item #HAK1568)

Product Description

Breathe easy with the bench top smoke absorber. Filter removes fumes quickly, safely and efficiently. Can be used upright, laying down or attached to an arm stand, as shown in image below (Arm Stand #HAK1568 sold separately). The low profile position increases efficiency and air flow. Features urethane foam and high absorption carbon. Measures 5-1/2" x 3" x 7-3/8".
Replacement filters available #HAK493R.

Product Details

  • Power Consumption: 19W / 120VAC
  • Filter Type: Urethane Foam Activated Carbon
  • Filter Size: approximately 5" x 5" x 1/2"
  • Max. Filter Capacity: 2g
  • Amount of Activated Carbon: 7g
  • Outer Dimensions: 5-1/2" x 3" x 7-3/8"
  • ESD Safe: Yes

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  •   smoke be gone!
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Pros : Takes the smoke away much faster then most. Filter is easy to change.
Cons : Needs to be very close to project of on arm that is sold separate.
Other Thoughts : I love this! It keeps my breathing area clear. I would rather have it on the arm but couldn't afford that at this time. Why they aren't sold together I'll never know. But for someone with respiratory issues this is a life saver! Highly recommend over all the others out there!
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  •   Seems to work fine
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Pros : Seems to extract all the fumes as I cannot see or smell them anymore when I solder.
Cons : Without the arm (see below for other thoughts) this would have to be repositioned frequently on large panels to get the full benefit.
Other Thoughts : My review is based on having the absorber and the arm (which is a separate purchase.) I don't think it would work as well without it. With the arm I am able to position this over my panel. Without the arm, I would need to move the extractor around a lot to get it to work as well.
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