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dust collector maintenance checklist

Your Complete Dust Collector Maintenance Checklist

An important first step when establishing a maintenance plan for your dust collector system is the creation of a dust collector maintenance checklist. As with any system, routine maintenance is an important component to ensure dust collectors keep running at peak efficiency. Evaluating the performance of dust collectors makes certain systems function as designed at… Read more »

combustible dust

How to Filter Combustible Dust with the Right Dust Collector System

Combustible dust has long posed a serious hazard in industrial production environments. For many companies, incorporating preventive strategies is essential to hinder the accumulation of combustible dust in manufacturing plants and facilities before deflagration, flash fires, or dangerous explosions occur. At-risk are employees, personnel, and visitors, but also loss of property—equipment and machinery, and even… Read more »

Cyclone Dust Collector | what size dust collector do I need

What Size Dust Collector Do I Need?

“What size dust collector do I need?” is likely one of the first questions asked when researching dust collectors for your facility. It’s an important one. Dust collectors are a class of air pollution control devices found in industrial or commercial environments that are designed to meet EPA and workplace air quality safety requirements. They… Read more »

Filter Bags | dust collector bag filter

How to Choose the Best Dust Collector Bag Filter for Your System

Choosing the best dust collector bag filter is just as vital as choosing the best dust collector for your plant, factory, mill, or any processing facility. The correct dust collector bag filter acts to capture harmful particles from the airstream, improving air quality and preventing the accumulation of combustible dust and gases.

Pulse Jet Dust Collectors | Dust Control Solution| Choosing the Best Dust Collector

How Dust Control Solutions Can Improve Your Bottom-Line

Effective dust control solutions are necessary for any industry whose production processes generate fine particulate matter as a material byproduct. More than simply a health risk, material dust has the potential to disrupt or halt production, damage equipment, increase plant maintenance costs, and even cause fires or explosions. Keeping industrial facilities and plants dust-free mitigates… Read more »

Duct Work Hero | Custom Dust Collector Ductwork Designs

Advantages of Custom Dust Collection Ductwork Design

Many industrial workplaces require dust collection systems that clear away any filter airborne dust, along with other debris, during production. Dust collectors work on the basic premise of catching, transporting, and gathering dust and other particulates. A good dust collector design is one that does all these things well, and safely. As a key part… Read more »

Site Assessment | Dust Explosion Prevention

Dust Explosion Prevention: Reducing Combustible Dust Hazards in Dust Collection Systems

In any industrial production environment, dust explosion prevention strategies and measures are essential to stop flash fires, explosions, or regular fires from occurring related to combustible dust produced and accumulated within the facility. Combustible dust hazards present very real dangers for fires and explosions in industrial production and processing plants and facilities. Dust explosion prevention… Read more »

Pulse Jet Dust Collectors | Dust Control Solution| Choosing the Best Dust Collector

The Importance of Choosing the Right Size Dust Collector

In industrial environments, choosing the best dust collector should not be guided simply by the size of the unit. Installing an ill-fitting, undersized, or too large of a dust collector can lead to a number of issues all of which relate to performance and higher energy and maintenance costs. Therefore, the best dust collector is… Read more »

Industrial Filtration System | differential pressure in a baghouse

What is Differential Pressure in a Baghouse?

Differential pressure in a baghouse filtration system is an observable measure that ensures the system is functioning properly at all times. When significant changes occur in pressure, it’s an indicator that some type of issue exists which needs to be addressed immediately. A thorough inspection of the unit will need to be conducted to identify… Read more »