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Marshall replied the topic: Re: Filters for venting 24 Mar 2012 16:57 #7

I can see the use of this set-up and see the benefits of this , but remember to also wear that respirator also . Never can be to safe ...........MB

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ChuckWood replied the topic: Re: Filters for venting 24 Mar 2012 17:47 #8

Marshall wrote: I can see the use of this set-up and see the benefits of this , but remember to also wear that respirator also . Never can be to safe ...........MB


I totally agree. I have a cyclone that catches the big stuff before the vacume. With the room ventilator and three or four filters and my respirator I think I should capture most of the dust.

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Colin replied the topic: Re: Filters for venting 25 Mar 2012 21:23 #9

Yes, good point, respirators are pretty much a requirement. The problem with wood dust is that it's the dust you can't see that does the damage. The dust you can see, the larger pieces, a healthy lung can normally deal with and expel. For many, a woodworking shop is often some how connected to their house and so we want to stop that dust from entering the home.

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