[Noisebridge-discuss] Shower current in front of the fab zone

jim jim at well.com
Sun Jan 23 09:24:42 PST 2011


    recall john's note that plastic shower curtains 
are likely to collect dust electrostatically with 
the result that over time they release the dust 
back into the room. as to nuisance and fire danger, 
it's no big deal, but for people who are unusually 
sensitive to some of the chemical components, even 
a little is an irritant, and possibly for all of us 
even a little over time may be best avoided. 
    i don't like the idea of plastic being used to 
contain dust and other small particles. i hope we 
can collectively research and find something that 
addresses the need (doesn't allow dust to collect 
on its surface). 


On Sun, 2011-01-23 at 00:00 -0800, Frantisek Apfelbeck wrote:
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> From: Albert Sweigart <asweigart at gmail.com>
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> I was thinking of ways we could keep sawdust from coming out of the
> dirty shop (aka Materials Fabrication Zone, aka Fab Zone), and how
> about putting some more plastic up over the top areas but also
> installing a shower curtain over the larger entrance? What are the
> pros and cons? Is it even worth the effort?
> 
> -Al!
> 
> Hi Al,
> There were several people talking about the plastic between the ceiling and the 
> walls which should help a lot. But the idea of creating the "shower curtain" is 
> a perfect addition. I think that if the special "slices of hanging plastic" as I 
> know them from the cold rooms are installed they should not be a big problem to 
> walk through and they will keep the dust in a lot.
> 
> Sincerely,
> 
> Frantisek
> 
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