The ToolPost (http://www.toolpost.co.uk/) understands the importance of workshop safety, as well as the potential hazard of accumulated dust. That is why they sought to find the most
effective tool for dust extraction throughout two years of practical testing in their very own
workshop. The result? The Camvac range of dust extractors and accessories: providing performance, efficiency and flexibility (they even suck up shavings) at surprisingly low prices.
Wherever dust extraction is an issue, the Camvac range can help. Perfect for the small workshop, the Camvac extractors have three-stage filtration down to 0.5 microns, enabling them to swiftly and effectively dispose of
both dust and wood chips. Camvac is designed and manufactured by a small British company that drew on its experience in industrial vacuum cleaning systems to tackle the hazardous issue of dust in the workshop. It
is the dust between 1 and 5 microns in size that is most harmful to human tissue and organs, but it was these very sizes of dust particles that the older style "extractors" would recirculate
through the air, rather than filtering them out.
The Camvac achieves this micro dust extraction with the use of three filters: a large-area
washable cloth filter; a replaceable paper filter; and a final cloth filter, again washable. The fan of the extractor is located after all three filter levels which ensures that the entire extraction
system is under vacuum at all times. This avoids recirculation back into the atmosphere and enables the extractor to deal with both dust and chips.
For price details on the Camvac, the "big green cleaning machines", visit http://www.toolpost.co.uk/, the home of the best woodturning tools, woodcarving tools and accessories.