• Dust & Fume Collectors

  • Case Studies: Problems and Solutions

Art School Studio

Students and teachers had concerns for their health when dealing with fumes from exposure to: paint, oils, solvents, ceramics, and welding.

Chicago Museum

Cleaning fossilized bone from Sue, the world’s largest Tyrannosaurus Rex, created large amounts of fine dirt, sand and debris.

Analytical Laboratory

Vapors, solvents, and reactive liquids created discomfort and health concerns amongst laboratory specialists.

Fiber Optic Manufacturer

Employees were exposed to the strong odor of the epoxy they used to connect fiber optic cable.

John Burroughs School

The Fine Art’s Building exposed students and educators to the dust from sculptures, plaster, and ceramics.