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Filtering air from orthotic room

Discussion in 'Practice Management' started by Footpath, Jul 22, 2017.

  1. Footpath

    Footpath Member


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    Hello, I have just recently setup business for myself and are now realising that my venting system for my grinding orthotic room is not sufficent. Theres a few options out there, odourless glue, filter venting system sucking air from my room into filtering system in room to then deliver clean air back into building, venting outside the building though this is an expensive option as'the exterior walls are fire proofed.
    What type of glue do pods out there use? is there a less odourless glue available? I am currently using kwik grip or ados. What do other pods do or how have they vented there orthotic room espsically if there are renting in a two store bulding?

    I would very much appreciate any ideas or help, Thank you in advance
     
  2. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    I got this reply from Algeos:
    "I have a couple of solutions that may be of interest. The first being a water based adhesive called Aquilim, it has all the bonding capabilities of a Neoprene/Polyurethane Adhesive, but is an odourless toxin free product.

    We do also have an excellent product available in the Fume Extraction Bench, which works by drawing fumes down through a perforated surface, passing the captured air through a set of filters and returning clean air to the room. This requires no external extraction and simply plugs into a 13amp socket."
    See:
    http://www.algeos.com/
    http://www.algeos.com.au/
     
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