- Anything that can be blown away by a blast of compressed air from 3 feet or
more will have to be boxed or secured. Brooms and vacuums are too inefficient.
Sweep up with a compressed air nozzle, and suck up the piles through the DCS
How about a raised computer room style floor? Instead of using the
raised floor hollow for cabling and a return air plenum, we could
simply put it under heavy negative pressure and suck the dust right
into the floor. Finishing fumes too! <G>
Think of it as a down draft table that you walk on.
I'm really going to try and collect as much swarf/shavings/dust as
possible at the source, to avoid the need for major cleanup on a
routine basis. That said, I still enivision the need for periodic
dusting, and compressed air just seems to be the way to go.
Next up: Floor Dogs.
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