[geeks] Dust control in the workshop...
ploopster at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 11:13:02 CST 2006
Phil Stracchino wrote:
> Sridhar Ayengar wrote:
>>Michael Kaegler wrote:
>>>I need to pull concrete dust out of the air in my [computer]
>>>workshop. Neighbor is a concrete factory; this is a *lot* of dust.
>>>Cost and noise are factors. Ideas?
>>I would suggest using an air cleaner that uses a water bubbler to do the
>>cleaning. That should be good enough to clean concrete dust out of the
>>air (but not much else -- won't take pollen, flux, heavy metal vapors or
>>anything else out of the air), and should be very cost effective.
> For a "dry" dust, a water filter could work well, yeah, but I'd think
> it'd be a poor idea for cement dust unless you wanted to be replacing
> the unit every couple of months.
I don't think you'd have to replace the whole thing. You'd definitely
have to change the water fairly frequently, though.
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