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Captures dust

25 January 2013

Independent joining technologies research centre, TWI, has solved a persistent dust problem with the installation of a new AirBench FN which captures metallic dusts generated by two vibrating sieves. "The build qualit

Independent joining technologies research centre, TWI, has solved a persistent dust problem with the installation of a new AirBench FN which captures metallic dusts generated by two vibrating sieves.

"The build quality and sturdiness of the machine is outstanding and even with two vibrating sieves running at the same time there is no rattle. I particularly like the front loading filter design, it works very well and means that the bench top can be made more rugged as it does not have to be lifted," said Phil McNutt of TWI.
 
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