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    I'm making an effort to keep my clients' houses cleaner (partly inspired by the JLC article back in Nov, "Controlling the Daily Dust"). Unlike the article, however, which suggested a dust extractor placed outside the building, I think my particular needs would be better met by a unit inside my work area. It could filter the air and then exhaust to the outdoors to negatively pressurize the work area.

    I'm considering 2 models, both by Jet. One is small and very portable: the AFS-500, 33 lbs, 12x15x24, 440 cfm. The other is larger and rather unwieldly: the AFS-1000, 57 lbs, 14x26x32, 770 cfm.

    Does anyone have any job-site experience with either of these? I certainly don't want to lug the big one around if the little one will do the job. But I question whether the little one has the capacity. (My interior work involves all different types of projects, --kitchens, baths, doors, windows, wood floors, etc.)

    Thanks in advance, --Brian Abbott

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    Re: Job site air filtration?

    i still have not purchased one, but there are a bunch of helpful threads about this. you should search the forums a bit....I think DancinDan had the one i am considering
    http://www.abatement.com/asbestos/eq...t_asbestos.htm

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      Re: Job site air filtration?

      Abatement Technologies PAS1000 airscrubber.

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        Re: Job site air filtration?

        It may be my search skills, but I could only find a couple of posts on the topic. Also, I can't find any posts by "DancinDan" when I do a search by username. Would you mind verifying the spelling?

        Thanks again, --Brian

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          Re: Job site air filtration?

          Here I am. I do indeed have the Abatement Technologies H2000HP. It's expensive and we don't use it all the time, but it was still well worth buying. There was another thread on this topic - search for my postings and you'll find it.

          And I first heard about the machine in JLC several years ago - an article called Lead Safe Remodeling, I think.

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            Re: Job site air filtration?

            Here's the article

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              I bought the Delta 800 cfm model(single speed) a couple of months ago and keep it on most of the day near my cutting area. It works well but I wish I would have gotten the two speed jet so I could hear myself think when I'm not cutting. For the amount of cutting I do( a lot lately me, another carpenter and two apprentices in one area), I dont think the 400 cfm would do the job. I also have my fein turbo II hooked up to my miter saw which removes the bulk of the miter saw dust. The amount of dust extracted from the air in a day is shocking. My lungs thank me now.
              Kye

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