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Demo Air Net

10-21-2009 02:18 PM by chuckcheese | 1 comment »

Recently used the Demo Air Net “Monster” size in a Demolition of a Pre 1900’s, 1600 sq ft room w/13ft ceilings and damn if the thing didn’t keep our work area cleaner than ever. Going to try the Monster next during cutting open the roof to accept a series of TJI members. Its weird how it seems to collect at 6 o clock, not all around the interior of the bag. I have frankly been very impressed. Seems the pressure inside the bag is maintained to keep the bag inflated, yet...

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shop improvements #1: Air filter

02-09-2009 11:45 AM by JMB | 5 comments »

Drove out to Geneva today to pick up an air filtration unit for the new workshop. The painters have been complaining about sawdust in their art (oops). The fellow I bought it from built it himself from scratch. Despite that, it is very well designed, probably better than most manufactured units. Twin filters (intake and outtake), fan and motor completely removable for service without pulling any wires or bolts, and it is pre-wired for low and high speeds with the flip of a switch. Only ...

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Shop Air Filtration #1: Media Filters

01-07-2009 06:41 PM by Bob42 | 37 comments »

I have been reading and commenting recently about shop air filtration and the concern for it. My decision to write this was to give the LJ’s community some facts about air filtration. Let me start with my knowledge base. I started my own air filtration business after my son was diagnosed with severe asthma at the age of 18 months. He is now 20 years old. My wife (an RN) and I immersed our selves into learning as mush as we could to make his breathing easier. We attended numerous seminar...

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