|Chris Davison||11/03/2013 21:01:39|
|9 forum posts|
Can anyone tell me what dust mask i should be buying? What is all this P2 and P3 stuff?
Small workshop, woodworking, sawdust, sanding, MDF. Please advise.
1635 forum posts
Everything you need to know is here:
|Simon Reeves||12/03/2013 12:55:28|
622 forum posts
Very good advice on this datasheet. As almost anyone who reads the forum postings knows, dust is a bit of a "thing" with me. If you can possibly stretch to it, get a proper workshop extractor and get rid of as much dust at source as you can, as well as wearing at least a P3 mask, especially with MDF.
There's a simple rule to follow - if you can see dust in a shaft of sunlight (if we ever get any again!!), you should be wearing a mask. And don't remove it as soon as you finish whatever job you're doing.
|17 forum posts|
Thanks Oddjob for the link, I followed it and found it to be interesting reading. I think that a great many people working in wood don't realise the danger caused by the dust indeed I was one until I read the pamphlet.
|Mark Nicholls||29/03/2013 22:15:53|
14 forum posts
Thanks for this topic, and Oddjob's link. In realitythis should be a sticked post, if the forum can support it.
Please login to post a reply.
Want the latest issue of The Woodworker incorporating Good Woodworking? Use our magazine locator links to find your nearest stockist!
We're always happy to hear from you, so feel free to get in touch!