I'm an operator of a water jet cutter and I work with a lot of manufactured stone. Now I'm aware of the health risks associated with dry cutting of stone containing silica and even blade cutting with water isn't a perfect eliminator of dust. But I was wondering if water jet cutting stone completely eliminates silica dust from being produced due to it being cold wet cutting process or if dust is still able to be produced? Also most of the time I cut underwater and wear a mask anyway I'm just curious if there's much evidence of the amount of silica dust water jet cutting produces. Thanks.