Yestybon wrote: Is there health risk in the long term? i.e. respiratory problem later in life?
Yes, if you don't have dust control.tybon wrote: Sometimes when I blow my nose or clear my throat I see wood dust. Is this normal?
As a minimum change your working methods to reduce dust.tybon wrote: I work in a small bedroom and have no room for a dust control system.
Thank you for posting this. This is a very interesting attachment. I have seen vortex dust separation in industrial systems and I find it amazing to see this device when you consider the possibilities.Aurore wrote: My husband has invented an attachment to put on a off the shelf paint pail lid to turn it into a dust collection system to use with a shop vacuum, any size
Hi Robert,Robert England wrote:Hi Tybon,
From your picture, it looks like your bedroom is larger than my workshop! An item that would help to clear dust generally out of the room air, and help to protect the rest of your house, without taking up much room, is the Shop Fox W1746 Fine Air Filter. Do an Internet search to find it. This filter can sit on the floor, even in a corner, and is only 23x18x10 inches in size. It removes very fine particulates, is quiet, and moves a fair bit of air. I have two of these running all the time in my shop. These are very helpful, but no substitute for a good "N95" rated dust mask when you are generating dust right under your nose.
I don't have "a room" -- my workbench is behind the sofa in the living room.tybon wrote: My room is only 10'x8' and barely has enough space for me to move around with all that stuff in there....
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