Woodwaste it's collection and disposal - Part 2 March 1987

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The Importance of Hoods


The main requirement of any woodwaste extraction system is that the waste must move quickly and completely into the system at the entry point, being carried away to a suitable place for disposal The entry point is therefore the most important part of the system because if entry conditions are not right !he rest of the system cannot perform correctly.

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