Dust collection equipment is used in a variety of industrial settings to remove dust and other particles from the air. The equipment can be used to clean areas such as manufacturing plants, warehouses, and mines. Injuries can occur when the equipment is operated incorrectly or when it is damaged.

Serious Injuries

Dust collectors can cause respiratory problems if the dust they produce is inhaled. The equipment can also cause skin irritation and chemical burns if it comes into contact with liquids or chemicals. Many injuries occur when the equipment is used improperly, such as when it’s operated without a dust extraction system or when the filters are not changed regularly. In some cases, the machines can even cause explosions. In order to avoid these types of injuries, always use the correct machine for the job and make sure that it’s always been inspected by a qualified mechanic. When working with dust collectors, it is important to wear safety gear, including masks and gloves.

If you have been injured by air purification or dust collection equipment, contact an attorney. Your attorney can help you understand your legal rights and protect your interests.