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Description: Clean air for a healthy workshop
The fact that there is wood dust in workshops is clear and it has also been well known for some time that the dust is classified as a health hazard, but it is only recently that dust extraction in this industry has become a real talking point. An EU legislation soon to come into force will allow companies that have an air filter requirement of up to 8000 m³/h (previously 6000 m³/h) to be able to use wood dust tested clean air dust extractors, saving the expensive investment of an externally positioned extractor. However, in addition to the numerous rules and regulations, one thing is also absolutely clear: Working in a dust free environment is not only healthier but also offers numerous opportunities to reduce costs and increase energy efficiency in woodworking companies. A tailor-made extraction solution is simply essential for a "healthy workshop".