Woodworking Dust Collector Vacuums
Woodworking inevitably generates dust and chips that can pose risks to workers’ health and the efficiency of production processes.
Wood dust can cause various health problems, including eye, skin and respiratory tract irritation. Prolonged exposure can lead to chronic diseases with more serious effects.
Wood dust can also pose a fire and explosion hazard if not properly managed.
Occupational safety regulations provide specific measures for the prevention of wood dust-related risks. Efficient extraction and filtration systems are required to ensure compliance.
SAW WOOD DUST VACUUMING
Cutting wood with saws generates a significant amount of dust and chips. Installing a proper vacuum system on the mitre saw is essential to reduce workers’ exposure to wood dust and maintain the efficiency of the machine.
LATHE WOOD DUST VACUUMING
Installing a vacuum system specifically for lathes is critical to minimize worker exposure to wood dust and to maintain machine efficiency. The vacuum system should be positioned to capture dust and chips directly at the source, minimizing dispersion into the air.
INDUSTRIAL DUST COLLECTORS
Industrial dust collectors are powerful, compact and mobile, easily transported from one work area to another. The range of industrial dust collectors can vacuum suspended, fine and difficult dust, aluminum shavings, fumes and oily vapors. Depureco industrial dust collectors are equipped with a manual or automatic filter cleaning system for applications with large amounts of fine dust. Vacuum cleaners in the industrial dust collector line are equipped with M-category star or cartridge filters (filtration efficiency down to 1 micron) and an optional Hepa filter. Depureco’s industrial dust collectors are generally connected to a suction arm or to fume hoods located in the production process.
- Maximum healthiness of work areas
- Filtration of pollutants directly at the source for maximum protection of operators
- Ideal for use with suction arms or connected directly to the production line