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Baghouse Maintenance | merv rating scale | dust collector bag replacement

How Often to Change Baghouse Filters in the Winter

Dust collector bag replacement considerations should always follow intervals suggested by the manufacturer. Among these suggestions are the many seasonal conditions that can affect the efficiency of dust collection systems in general, and may lead to replacing your dust collector bag. Many recommendations will call for seasonal tune-ups of dust collector systems, especially with the… Read more »

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Filtration Site Assessment | dust collector services | indoor air quality assessment

Assessing Indoor Air Quality in Manufacturing Facilities

With winter approaching, an indoor air quality assessment for factories, manufacturing facilities, and industrial environments will ensure that the air quality within your facility meets specific standards and guidelines for health and safety. Poor air quality within a plant, in general, but especially during cold weather, relates to the quality and effectiveness of a facility’s… Read more »

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Machine Parts | used dust collector

Choosing Between a New vs. Used Dust Collector

Choosing between buying a used dust collector versus a new one is an important decision that carries several pros and cons. Because dust collectors are essential to various manufacturing and production environments to maintain air quality and safety, it’s essential to exercise due diligence before purchasing a system, used or new. Beyond the short-term and… Read more »

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Baghouse Repair | commercial dust collector

How to Reduce Commercial Dust Collector Costs

Operating a commercial dust collector efficiently is vital in industrial environments that handle dry processing and bulk solids. The challenges of capturing, conveying, and containing dust are large for these facilities. In doing so, there is a price to pay—literally and figuratively. 

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Man Working | dust collector sizing

Dust Collector Sizing: Is Your Facility’s System Too Small?

Dust collector sizing is an essential first step when installing a dust collection system in your facility. Though it may be tempting to price out a dust collection system that costs less, any savings realized upfront would be quickly offset by higher energy consumption and increased operational and maintenance costs associated with an underperforming system. 

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Site Assessment | Dust Explosion Prevention

OSHA Dust Control Regulations: A Pocket Guide

OSHA dust control regulations and standards are primarily designed to protect the health and safety of workers exposed to harmful dust and particulate matter generated in industrial environments. Companies must comply with these regulations to avoid hefty fines and other penalties. OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, does not mandate how dust is removed… Read more »

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Baghouse Dust Collectors | industrial dust collection system design

A Guide to Industrial Dust Collection System Design

Deciding on an industrial dust collection system design is an essential first step before installing a system in a facility. A dust collection system design not only gives companies a clear understanding of how their system will perform and function but ensures the system they are installing is designed to meet their needs. The dust… Read more »

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cyclone dust collector | cyclone dust separator | industrial dust extraction system

Dry vs. Wet: Which Industrial Dust Extraction System Is Best for Your Facility?

An industrial dust extraction system is used to capture and collect dust, airborne contaminants, and particulate matter generated during production activities in manufacturing plants, factories, foundries, and like facilities. Dust extraction systems are also designed to filter harmful gases, combustible dust, and particulate matter that may cause a health hazard to employees, a danger to… Read more »

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