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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Lead Dust?

Previously on Dust In Case, we’ve looked at selecting the right type of vacuum to safely remove gunpowder at firing ranges. Gunpowder dust’s dangers go beyond just combustibility, however, and ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Mold Remediation?

Spring is just around the corner, and while the warmer weather and longer days are welcome, the winter thaw brings with it unwanted precipitation and unexpected leaks that can result ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Welding Dust?

Welding and metalworking jobs can produce a byproduct of dusts, fumes and gases that can create housekeeping nuisances throughout a facility, as well as pose both health and combustible dust ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Steel Shot Dust?

Steel shot is a very heavy material. When it comes to performing housekeeping for anyone working around this application in their facility, this can propose a weighty problem. Most ordinary ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Concrete Dust?

Construction jobs can be messy, especially when they involve working with concrete materials. When blasted or ground, concrete becomes an ultra fine dust or powder that is easily airborne. It ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Metal Additive Manufacturing?

Recently here on Dust In Case, we dove into the world of additive manufacturing (also known as “3-D printing”) and took a look at the hurdles the plastic side of ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Plastic Additive Manufacturing?

One of the biggest hurdles the additive manufacturing industry (more commonly known as “3-D printing”) faces is the by-product of combustible dust. It’s critical to clearly identify the specific hazard ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Processing Point of Source Extraction?

Process manufacturing extends into a diversity of industries, from nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals to plastics, stamping, cosmetics and food packaging. Often, fine dust and particles are left behind as a by-product ...

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What Type of Vacuum Should I Use for Nutraceutical and Pharmaceutical Dust?

The nutraceutical and pharmaceutical industries are an increasingly booming business, but as manufacturers increase productivity, they want to ensure that they’re doing so at a low cost without sacrificing high ...

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What Type of Vacuum Should I Use for Wood Floor Finishing?

Large amounts of dust produced during wood floor sanding projects can become an airborne nuisance and a potential health hazard to workers. The right industrial vacuum system can eliminate your ...