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  • Four Dust Collection System Design Improvements That Can Yield Significant Annual Energy Cost Savings
    The design and location of a dust collection system's hood, ducting, collector and fan can collectively add sufficient static pressure requirements to the point where larger, more expensive to operate motors are necessary to maintain effectiveness. Optimizing these areas can make it possible to use
  • Using Nanotechnology for More Efficient Dust Collection
    (clean side). The clean air is exhausted to the atmosphere or back to the process. The dust from the dirty. Using Nanotechnology for More Efficient Dust Collection, Powder Bulk Engineering, November 2007 expensive) and can be used in a wide. range of applications. Using nanotechnology. Cellulose
  • Thermal Spray Dust Collection Hood Design
    Most thermal spray operations utilize a dust collection system to manage over-sprayed compounds (dirty, dust-laden air), but the system will only capture dust that reaches the filters. Proper airflow design, which is critical to ensuring the capture and transport of airborne particulate
  • Understanding Conveying Velocities to Save Money on Dust Collection
    When it comes to dust collection, it is essential to understand the importance of conveying velocities and their impact on the proper design of a system. Moving air through ducts too slowly or too quickly can have significant consequences that are equally problematic.
  • How to Maintain your Dust Collector
    , increasing local and global awareness of air pollution, containment and the process dust in industrial applications has emphasized the importance of dust collectors. Finally, expanding regulations have pressured companies to properly design, install, operate and maintain dust collection equipment. How
  • Mist, Dust, and Fume Control (.pdf)
    Systems. and odor control systems. 14 Mist and Dust. •. •. Dust Collectors. Retrofit existing systems to maximize. Collection. •. performance and removal efficiency. Oil Mist Collectors. • Ductwork design. 16 Dry Dust. • Permit assistance for EPA compliance. Collectors. • Industrial and municipal
  • Fume Collection Solutions for Hexavalent Chromium Exposure
    . Achieving compliance involves implementing the proper air filtration and dust collection solutions. The goal of this white paper is to provide information that will directly help in providing healthy, clean air for welders and supporting personnel. The most significant health risks are through
  • Controlling Static Hazards In Combustible Dust Atmospheres (.pdf)
    of combustible dust cloud. equipment that have proven to be known sources of primary dust. explosions (2). The main processes that suffer from explosions are. explosions that have occurred between 1980 and 2005 in. dust collection, powder grinding and pulverising, powder conveying. US chemical

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