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  Category: Articles » Articles by Author » Author: Chuck Jaymes
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1.Solve Wood Dust Problems With An Industrial Dust Collector
Wood dust or sawdust is a potential problem in virtually all woodworking applications. In any type of woodworking environment, wood dust and wood shavings can lea to serious health and fire hazards. Wood dust is actually classified as a ...
[Added: 23 Jan 2007   Hits: 707   Words: 412]

2.Benefits Of Using Oil Mist Eliminators In The Metalworking Industry
Today's high-performance CNC machines operate at extremely high rates of speed, requiring an oil mist eliminator to remove vast amounts of coolant. For example, the Haas MDC-500 Mill DrillCenter features a high-volume coolant pump and a 40-gallon coolant tank. Mist eliminators are designed to remove ...
[Added: 22 Jan 2007   Hits: 1662   Words: 307]

3.Discover How A Crawl Space Dehumidifier Can Protect Your Home From Wood Rot
Humidity and moisture in your crawl space can often lead to a serious problem for homeowners not using a crawl space dehumidifier; wood rot. Wood rot, also called wood decay, is caused by microscopic organisms that belong to ...
[Added: 22 Jan 2007   Hits: 715   Words: 318]

4.Trion Mini Mist Eliminator Protects Employees and Equipment
Trion, a division of Fedders Corporation, has developed an innovative mist collector called the Mini Mist Eliminator (Mini M.E.). Virtually all screw machines, CNC machines, surface and centerless grinders use water-soluble, synthetic and petroleum coolants to protect cutting tools and parts. The ...
[Added: 19 Jan 2007   Hits: 1138   Words: 341]

5.Mold In Your Crawlspace May Be Making You Sick
Many homes have crawlspaces with excessive moisture problems that can lead to serious health problems. Mold and other organisms such as bacteria, fungi and dust mites thrive under buildings with excessive moisture. Of these organisms, mold is usually the most prevalent and problematic. Mold has been ...
[Added: 19 Jan 2007   Hits: 617   Words: 340]