A short demo and discussion about our sanding process
May 1, 2013
I just wanted to demonstrate two machines that are an integral part of our dust-controlled sanding process. These two machines are german made by a company name Lagler, an industry leader in sanding equipment.
Both machines are considered "dust-less". One machine has a built in dust containment system while the other connects to an external vacuum. Both machines greatly reduce the amount of dust associated with sanding, which makes for a more pleasant experience for you, less clean-up, and ultimately a better job!
Is "dust-less" really dust-less? Good question, the term can be slightly misleading. Although we actually prefer to use the term "dust-controlled", industry standards consider these machines to be "dust-less". There is still a very light film of dust left on the floor, which we vacuum up. This film is not noticable unless you rub your hand across the floor. No worries though, this dust doesn't end up anywhere else. So in summary, "dust-less" really means mostly dust-less.