Dust particles that could be inhaled in the workplace are so small that you likely will never see them. The size of these particles range from one to 100 micrometers. Minute fragments typically originate from metals, minerals, or organic materials. These are produced in industries that involve construction, blasting, etching, manufacturing and agriculture. Any environment in which tiny particles have the means to go airborne should have a dust collector. Don’t put your health at risk. Call ARBE today to determine which dust collectors work best for your industry.
Larger dust particles possess the weight to descend rapidly to the floor. The lighter specks, however, may float for hours if the air stream is consistent. While they hover in the air at a shop, you are unwittingly inhaling the smaller particles. Eventually, this will lead to serious respiratory problems. Even if your mouth and nose are covered with a mask and your eyes are protected with glasses, the air should still be cleared. Why risk your health? You only live once.
In woodworking environments, sawdust in the air is a particular health hazard. In fact, dust from wood has been determined to be a carcinogen if inhaled. Carcinogens damage cellular metabolic processes in the body. Again, just because we cannot see something, does not mean it is not there. This especially is the case with dust, as the particles are in small measurements of microns. Jinheng Heavy Industry has available various types of dust collector machine or dust precipitator machine to ensure that you will not be exposed to this threat.
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