Take a look at my glass shop ventilation. Mop bucket, dryer hose, 2
hose clamps, 20 feet of chain, 2 or 3 big question mark screw hooks
to hook the chain on, a few fittings from Home Depot, and a motor
My glass shop is 8 ft x 12 ft x 24 ft, for a total of 2304 cu feet
My blower moves 900 cu ft per minute, so the air gets exchanged
every 3 minutes. When I have the big torch going, I point the flame
directly into the mop bucket, and all the fumes are removes
The nice thing is that I can move the bucket anywhere on the bench
to suck up whatever fumes I may be generating.
I used a Foredom Tool with a cutting disk to cut the circle in the
bottom of the mop bucket. Total install costs were less than $150,
including the motor.
Install took less than 2 hours after all the parts were assembled.
Love and God Bless