Air Handling Systems has been supporting the Eli Whitney Museum since 2003 when they installed their first central dust collection system. Just as a typical custom shop, flexibility was key as each day brought a new project.  However, unlike a typical shop, their typical customer is of school age and helps to build one of over 70,000 projects. Today, meeting the students needs they have grown in production output, shop size and machinery. Most recently they have added a second CNC machine and Air Handling Systems was there to help. According to Mike Dunn, Museum Woodshop Manager, “Air Handling Systems has been with us since the beginning of our dust collection journey and their staff has provided superior customer service and quality dust collection components to the Eli Whitney museum woodshop and to that end we are extremely appreciative.” Wm Brown, Director of the Museum continues by saying “What I like about Curt Corum, Sales Manager is that he gives us, not an opinion or a single product, but smart choices. Call it “clear air and clear thinking.”

Eli Whitney CNCs

Eli Whitney CNCs with ball joint and U30 flexible hose connection to dust collection.