Every process and stage in woodworking, from cutting to planning, sanding, shaping and more, leads to the production of large volumes of wood dust and chips of different sizes.
Although non-toxic, wood dust is a marked problem for the safety of your workers as well of your work environment.
When wood particles become airborne, they may cause allergic respiratory symptoms, mucosal and non-allergic symptoms, and cancer for those who inhale them regularly. Moreover, wood dust is highly combustible, and in the absence of effective collection and adequate ventilation, it may cause accidental fires and explosions. Another cause of concern is the presence of wood particles over the equipment and on the floor, which reduce traction and may lead to slip and fall type injuries.
Coral USA offers solutions for the extraction and filtration of contaminants in the woodworking industry include centralized collection and filtration systems for medium to high airflow applications. These systems employ cartridge filters, sleeve & bag filters, or cyclone separators to filter collected contaminants.