Coexhaust provides a comprehensive range of products for woodshop dust collection, aiming to enhance work conditions and deliver long-term health benefits. Woodworking processes, including cutting, grinding, and sanding, generate various types of dust, and our solutions cater to diverse needs – from source capture for small dust applications to dust collectors designed for larger spaces. Factors such as particle size and working environments are carefully considered when selecting the appropriate system. Our products create a clean air environment, fostering a more comfortable and efficient workspace, and they comply with both local and international codes.

Path of dust and fumes:
The capture of dust and gases is a critical process that occurs in three phases to ensure the safety of workers and the environment:

Capture: Employing our source capture equipment strategically placed at the origin of dust emissions, particles are promptly drawn into the arm as soon as they are released into the air, preventing the formation of a dust cloud and rapid dispersion.

Transport: Once the particles enter the arm, they are efficiently transported through a ducting system to the subsequent phase – a filtration system.

Filtration/Evacuation: After entering the ducting system, the dust can be directed either outside or through a filtration system for redistribution inside the facility. This approach not only enhances safety but also conserves energy and financial resources.

Combustible dust risks:
Addressing combustible dust hazards is paramount in dust collection. Our experts are equipped to guide you through the complexities of dust dangers, ensuring compliance with standards such as those set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). They will assist you in choosing the right products to guarantee the safety of everyone in the working environment. To determine if your dust is combustible, you can refer to the OSHA dust poster on combustible dust.

Source capture and dust collection for woodworking have been proven as the best and most efficient methods to protect workers, equipment, and the environment.

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