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Top Requirements for Dust Extraction Systems

Any industry that involves welding and woodworking should take a look at some of our latest dust extraction and ducting technology to ensure they are following best practices. Processes like sanding, milling, cutting and turning creates wood dust and particles that become airborne. Welding fumes are also a potentially fatal health hazard. The major hazard Continue Reading…

Do I Need an Extraction Booth or Bench?

Effective Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) ensures that any airborne contaminants are safely removed from the environment. Failure to do so would result in exposure and inhalation of deadly substances, posing a serious health risk. The LEV market has developed substantially over recent years and now offers the consumer tremendous choice of fume ventilation products. This Continue Reading…

How Does a Portable Ductless Fume Cabinet Work?

A ductless fume cabinet provides a portable workstation to control hazardous substances released from a variety of activities. Unlike ducted counterparts, which vent polluted air out into the external environment, a ductless unit utilises a recirculatory filtration system to cleanse and return the air back into the room. We are often asked which form of Continue Reading…

Wood Dust Extraction – Know the Hazards

Wood dust is a well known cause of serious health problems. Dusts generated from hardwood, softwood and composites are produced when wood is sanded; this can occupational cause asthma which effects workes in the joinery and furniture related industires. As part of The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002 you must protect Continue Reading…

Filtration or Extraction: Which is Right for you?

Getting the right system to keep yourself or your employees safe is essential. Which basic system is suitable for your requirements? Many workplaces generate harmful airborne particulates in the form of gases, fumes, vapours and fine dusts. The control of these through AT SOURCE solutions, which extract the potentially harmful particles away from the breathing Continue Reading…

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