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Clean Shop Air,  LLC
Dust Collection Solutions for the Discriminating Shop Owner

What do I need
for a complete


      Dust, dust everywhere, And all the air doth stink;
Dust, dust everywhere, It even hurts to blink! *


If the scenario described in our not-so-tongue-in-cheek attempt at poetry sounds familiar, then it's time to take a serious look at dust collection. If you are using a dust collector already, but still find a layer of fine dust on your tools, machines, shelves, and other flat surfaces every time you do woodworking, you need to consider a better approach, because you are breathing that stuff. If you don't do something to get rid of your exposure, you could find yourself confronted, as numerous others have, by serious health problems as a result. The U.S. Federal Government has found that wood dust is a carcinogen, and if not properly dealt with, it can be a serious health hazard.

At Clean Shop Air, we are focused on developing and producing high-performance, highly effective, dust-collection components and systems. Our designs are based on extensive knowledge and expertise from many sources:

  • Extensive dust-collection research performed and published by the United States Department of Agriculture, research universities, and others.

  • Experience and know-how from seasoned air- and dust-management engineers and other experts.

  • Manufacturing and product design expertise from respected engineers, vendors and others, as well as our own in-house capabilities.

These resources are combined to produce the critical components that are necessary in order to obtain truly effective dust collection and elimination so that you can have clean air to breathe and a clean shop to work in.

Our company name was chosen because:

"The key to a truly clean shop really is Clean Shop Air!"

* With appropriate apologies to Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834). Adapted from
    The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, lines 119-123.

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Updated September 23, 2004

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