Dust Collecting Systems
There are professional individuals that specialize in working with dust collecting systems for a living. Working as a distributor or provider of equipment in this business can be exciting. You will get to deal with several types of dust control units, filters, air cleaners, and dust particle extractors in this line of work. Professionals in the auto repair business, as well as the woodworking business need to use various dust collection devices, fans, and ventilation systems. This is because they work with sandblast tools and saws. It is your job to supply commercial businesses and industrial facilities with the debris collecting systems they need. Keeping the air clean is very important and necessary when you are working in a closed building or duct space.
You will need some initial training in order to handle working with dust collecting systems. If it is your job to install these units, you will need to acquire further training. You will need to be able to fully understand the unique filters, replacement bags, tanks, and motors involved with this type of equipment. Depending on the facility or building the dust collection system is for, it may need to have a vacuum hose or filter that handles wet debris as well. The larger the room or facility is, the more suction power the dust extractor will need to clean the air. Some clients you deal with may have questions about dust control and air cleaning. It is your job to be able to address these questions and concerns for them.
In this line of work, you can expect to speak with business owners and industrial workers on a regular basis. These are the people who typically purchase dust collecting systems and filters.