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Understanding how Negative Pressure can be used for Dust Control
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Understanding how Negative Pressure can be used for Dust Control

Guide to containing dust and fume Successfully working with negative and positive air pressures

How air pressure affects dust and fume

When dust or fume is created in an enclosed area, these harmful molecules of particulate become evenly distributed in the air. The dust or fume then spreads into the surrounding environment via any access points, such as windows, doors and keyholes.

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