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Dust Extraction

  1. Maintaining Safety Standards Around Carbon Fibre Dust

    Maintaining Safety Standards Around Carbon Fibre Dust

    carbon fibre dust More people than ever before are working with carbon fibre, most of which are using the required protective clothing and equipment. However, there is still a large chunk of the workforce that are putting themselves at risk by not taking adequate measures to protect against the hazards of the material. Continue reading →

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  2. Could Carbon Fibre Really Be The New Asbestos? We Looked At The Facts

    Could Carbon Fibre Really Be The New Asbestos? We Looked At The Facts

    carbon dust extraction The amazing properties of this wonder composite ensured that widespread adoption and utilisation of carbon fibre was quick, and dominating. It’s fair to say that in the past decade or so that few new materials that have impacted the world quite like carbon fibre.  Continue reading →

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  3. Dust Extraction Requirements In The Finishing Industries

    Dust Extraction Requirements In The Finishing Industries

    dust extraction Dust extraction is something that needs to be taken seriously by the marine, composite, and bodyshop finishing industries. We compiled this guide to help you better understand the different types of dust and extraction methods available. Dust extraction is something that needs to be taken seriously by the marine, composite, and bodyshop finishing industries. With inadequate dust extraction systems in place, finishing professionals can be exposed to large amounts of potentially dangerous particulate on a daily basis. Continue reading →

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  4. Dust Extraction Equipment Classes Explained

    Dust Extraction Equipment Classes Explained

    Skip to: L CLASS | M CLASS | ATEX L CLASS EXTRACTION < 0.005% Dusts with maximum allowable concentrations (MAC) < 0.1 mg/m³ Continue reading →

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