I am looking for some input from the bright minds here.
I have a pretty small workshop. Since it is in the center of my basement, there is not outside access (windows, doors, etc.). To keep dust under control, I have a dust collection system for collecting dust from my tools. In addition to that, I have a JET JET AFS-1000B air filtration unit ceiling-mounted as well.
This AFS is much more than I need in this small space, but I may have more room later. I usually run it at it’s lowest speed setting.
I have access to some 24×24x4 Glasfloss MERV filters and it gave me an idea on making my AFS work better in my shop.
The idea is to effectively make the intake larger. The larger size would accommodate the bigger filter. With this, running the AFS at the higher speeds would have a better effect on cleaning the air.
In addition, angling the intake down would help pull the dust from the area where I generate the dust.
thanks for any input.
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