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Bathroom extractor fan for nail dust?

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wanting to make a diy dust extractor to go in my diy desk I've put together. And was wondering if a bathroom extractor would work? as you can get 20w ones. I have seen the ones on ebay, amazon etc but haven't heard good things. As I've just started out i dont have £300 pounds spare for some of the known brands.

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Some years ago, I saw someones husband had done something similar. In Holland I think. He mounted the fan in a wooden box which stood up next to her working area, and had a kind of tumble dryer pipe that vented to the window, when he had installed a connector through the glass.
 

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Please get an extraction unit that complies with COSHH/HSE Regulations. Special filters and sufficient airflow is required to properly extract the harmful fumes & dust from your workspace -

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