Better air in the studio: dust extraction with the air filter


If you machine grind stone or wood in your studio or workshop, for example, or work with other dust-producing processes or materials, a dust extraction system makes sense. Because fine dust of any kind, including stone and wood dust, cement or clay dust, affects your health in the long run. Some materials are even considered carcinogenic. An air filter to be placed or hung in the studio can already significantly improve the air in the room and thus protect your respiratory tract.


Which air filter device is best for you depends on various factors, first and foremost on how large the room is in which the air is to be cleaned, but also on the size of the particles that are to be filtered or the frequency of how often the room air is to run completely through the filter per hour (the standard is ten times per hour).

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