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  1. I'm in the process of setting up my glaze kitchen. I have my dry materials mixing station located next to an outside wall, and plan to mount an exhaust fan above this station. Does anyone have a recommendation for CFM requirements for the fan? There are light-duty bathroom models to industrial designs; with the cost escalating appropriately. I want to be safe (Of course I will be wearing respirator while mixing) but don't have unlimited funds either. Thanks for any help.
  2. The exhaust fan in the ceramic glaze spray shed has failed at my local Arts Center. The fan had an open motor and the spray had clogged up and shorted out the motor. What the old one is is a 10 inch inline duct fan. That unit is no longer being manufactured so I need to get it replaced with something comparable. I have seen some fans available on the internet but they are different and are very expensive. So, I'm checking with others on this forum for recommendations. I'll either be looking for an affordable replacement fan for the old one that failed. Or come up with some other DIY solution for exhausting ceramic glaze in a spray booth. Recommendations?
  3. I'd like to install an affordable exhaust system in my small glaze room. For the last year or so I've been using a cheap big box fan set in window that's right in front of the mixing table to draw out dust. It's been working well but now it's just too cold to keep my window wide open. Maybe I don't need it if I just keep the door closed and wear a respirator? ( I always wear a respirator) I'm trying to keep costs down while still keeping the glaze lab inviting, right now it's super chilly and I have lots of work to do. Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks a million! Christina
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