Alsident System A/S - Grinding dust from nails is very light and stays in the air for a long time. Dust and chemicals are hazardous but can easily be removed with an extraction arm
Recommended systems
Alsident System 50 AL
Alsident System 50 Flex
Alsident System 10 Luftvagt
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Small extraction arm with a large selection of hoods for small-sized tasks.
Aluminium or ESD solution available.
Air volume: 45 - 85 m3/h.
Small extraction arm with a flexible self-supporting suction pen.
For mounting on table.
Air volume: 45 - 85 m3/h.
For monitoring the extraction efficiency.
Easily mounted on the extraction arm.

Dust and chemicals

When shaping nails and exfoliating skin, large amounts of dust are created. Studies have shown that these dust particles can stay in the air up to 30 minutes after the nail grinder has been switched off. Nail dust with a particle size of 0,8 - 1,6 µm is so fine that it can be breathed in. It involves a severe risk because the dust contains bacteria and fungus.
Another type of airborne contaminant in a nail studio comes from chemical ingredients in products for creating false nails and nail polish. They might cause both allergy and cancer - eg. there is often formaldehyde in nail hardeners.

Local exhaust removes the risk

These types of pollution are quickly and efficiently extracted with an extraction arm from Alsident® System. With the correct hood or suction pen, the two recommended systems are able to get close to the manicure work and extract the pollution before it is breathed in by you or your customer. The extraction arms are small and easily pushed away when not in use.