Extraction of Dust and particles
Air contamination such as dusts, particles and fibers are harmful to human lungs and can cause allergic reactions by penetrating the skin
Many industrial processes generate contamination to the air in
form of dust and particles. Airborne dust and fine particles can
be hazardous to human health, and should be extracted before it reaches the breathing zone.
Typical sources are dust from cutting, grinding, sanding, handling of powders in food, and
pharmaceutical industries. Textile, wood and composite working may
also release dust and fibers that are harmful to human lungs and can
cause allergic reactions by penetrating the skin. Nederman offers
several types of dust collectors, extraction arms, cleaning applications and extraction and filtration solutions.