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Avoid known lifetime health hazards, such as nasal and lung cancer, that are caused by tiny wood particles and abrasive dust with this practical and important guide for all woodworkers on improving the air quality in their shop. Get wood dust under control with tips for finding the right shop vacuum, dust collector, and air scrubber. Includes practical solutions for making tools work cleaner Improve the air quality in your woodworking shop with this up-to-date manual on dust collection. Learn how to layout and install a central dust unit that will capture dust and wood chips at the source, direct them into a central can for disposal, and then return filtered air to the shop. Other collection methods such as whole shop air filtration and attaching a shop-vac to tools are included. Three plans for different air scrubbers that readers can build themselves are also detailed. These methods make clean up easier, leaving more time for woodworking, and, more importantly, help woodworkers avoid known lifetime health hazards, such as nasal and lung cancer, that are caused by tiny wood particles and abrasive dust. This is a practical and important guide for all woodworkers.

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Workshop Dust Control (American Woodworker)

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Product code: 4611
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Avoid known lifetime health hazards, such as nasal and lung cancer, that are caused by tiny wood particles and abrasive dust with this practical and important guide for all woodworkers on improving the air quality in their shop. Get wood dust under control with tips for finding the right shop vacuum, dust collector, and air scrubber. Includes practical solutions for making tools work cleaner.

Woodworkers can improve air quality in the woodworking shop with this up-to-date manual on dust collection. Woodworkers will learn how to layout and install a central dust unit that will capture dust and wood chips at the source, direct them into a central can for disposal, and then return filtered air to the shop. Other collection methods such as whole shop air filtration and attaching a shop-vac to tools are included. Three plans for different air scrubbers that readers can build themselves are also detailed. These methods make clean up easier, leaving more time for woodworking, and, more importantly, help woodworkers avoid known lifetime health hazards, such as nasal and lung cancer, that are caused by tiny wood particles and abrasive dust. This is a practical and important guide for all woodworkers. Author Bio: American Woodworker is the premier magazine for woodworking. Both technical and accessible, the magazine has been in business for decades with more than 140 issues in their backlist
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Weight 0.9375
Author American Woodworker Editors
Pages 136
Product Form Paperback
Size 7.5" x 9" x .35"