This weeks blog is another one from the You ask we answer series… With a twist (and a turn and a climbing ferret – but we’ll get to that shortly). As you know we recently launched the 3m lengths of Flexible ducting. This is a good news story about a creative way of using it. … Continue Reading »
In this article we will discuss and point you in the right direction regarding the top 3 questions we get surrounding Flexible ducting. Do I need flexible or rigid ducting for the job at hand? How do I connect flexible ducting to rigid/ spiral ducting Can I have a shorter … Continue Reading »
5 Useful Features of Stayput Flexible Ducting Anticipated reading time is around a 3 minutes. Stayput flexible ducting is one of the popular and versatile types of duct offered by Dust Spares. Used by customers in a wide range of industries. Stayput has a solid PVC construction that makes it durable without compromising on its … Continue Reading »
Ducting, or ductwork, refers to any system of pipes or tubing used in extraction, ventilation, heating and air conditioning systems to conduct air – and also to carry away waste particles (such as dust, metal swarf, wood particles etc). Ducting is made from a wide variety of materials and is available in different types … Continue Reading »
Dust extraction systems play a key role in many industries, ensuring that air is clean and safe, helping to maintain product quality and improving the manufacturing process. They are also essential to enable businesses to comply with health and safety law, so a fully functioning system, with high quality components in optimum condition, is essential … Continue Reading »
In many industries, a workplace that is free from dust and other airborne particles is essential to ensure the optimum efficiency of equipment and protect the health of machine operatives. Dust extraction systems are used widely in many different settings, where flexible ducting hose is an integral component.
PU Flexible ducting is ideal for connecting equipment to the main extraction system. And is particularly useful for temporary additions to extraction systems, and if machinery is mobile or has a semi-permanent location in the workshop. For example, it could be used to connect free-standing; routers, bobbin sanders, circular saws, band saws and vertical panel … Continue Reading »