Looking for info on Dust collecter basics and grounding. Thanks

Looking for info on Dust collecter basics and grounding. Thanks
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SV wrote:

Woodshop Dust Control, 2nd ed. by Sandor Nagyszalanczy.
http://www.taunton.com/store/pages/070611.asp
-- Jack Novak Buffalo, NY - USA (Remove "SPAM" from email address to reply)
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An excellent resource referred to often on this newsgroup is:
http://billpentz.com//woodworking/cyclone/index.cfm

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SV wrote:

EVERYTHNG you ever wanted to know and the methods and equiptment to measure them.
http://billpentz.com//woodworking/cyclone/index.cfm
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I read an article on DC and the infamous static explosions by a guy named Rod Cole. I guess he teaches math at MIT, and is a woodworker to boot. Long story short... Rod doesn't think DCs with 3HP or less pose much danger with regard to static charges and explosions. His entire woodshop is plumbed with 4" diameter PVC pipe. He's done some research work with a colleague from MIT and its supposedly on the web, but the link didn't work.

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sounds like an MIT guy - full of great ideas, but can't post a picture to a web site
I'd trust bill pentz -- probably not MIT caliper, but he seems to be able to keep his web site working, with pretty good info.
On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 22:51:50 -0500, snipped-for-privacy@hotpotato.com wrote:

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nospam snipped-for-privacy@mesanetworks.net wrote in

The article is posted at Woodcentral. They've been having problems with the article links this weekend. Not the author's fault. It's been there for over a year.
'The MIT guy' actually agrees with most of what Bill Pentz has to say, by the way, IIRC. His point is that your hobby shop is unlikely to blow up due to static charges, and backs it up with solid science.
Bill's site puts science to collecting the 'fines', and is a great service to the craft.
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