Woodworking describes a broad range of applications that generate dust from processing wood material. Planing, sawing, routing, milling, sanding and turning are processes used throughout many commercial, industrial and institutional facilities. Common applications include cabinetry and furniture making, vocational training in trade schools and even shipping departments across a wide range of industries where wooden pallets and crates are utilized.
Some of the key benefits from woodworking dust filtration include:
- Protecting worker health and minimizing potential long term liability
- Increased facility safety
- Reduced housekeeping
- Improved machine reliability
- Regulatory compliance
- Recovery of material for possible resale / reuse