Air Pollution Control Solutions for Wood & Ceramics
The dust and particulates generated by woodworking processes such sawing, sanding and polishing as well as from ceramics manufacturing processes create a unique challenge for air pollution control, both inside and outside of the factory building.
Wood dust has been associated with many adverse health effects such as respiratory problems, dermatitis and even cancer. Wood dust is also combustible and can explode.
It is never a good idea to breathe in dust from any substance, but because the composition of ceramic dust may contain contaminants such as lead, kaolin or asbestos, this makes breathing in any ceramic dust extremely bad for you because it may cause serious respiratory issues and cancer as well.