As you know, many nail technicians these days suffer from the
various allergic dusts produced by gel, acrylic, etc, as well as
numerous fumes. When nail technicians are filing the gels on
the nails, some dust is airborne and some heavy dust is falling
down. Airborne nail dust should especially be avoided first before
spread since the airborne dust is breathed in first.
My product, the Sunflower, stands on the table like a regular desk
light and sucks up the airborne nail dust rather than falling down
heavy dust through a fan motor into the filter placed on the top of
the machine. The filter also includes carbon materials that
reduce up to 50-60% of the smells in the vicinity. The ideal
distance is about 6 - 7 inches between the nails and Sunflower.
But if technicians like to suck up the heavy dust like
acrylic, they can place Sunflower closer to nails.