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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
JW1049 Global Industrial Jet Equipment Not Provided Jet 2- Stage Dust Collection Hood
RA1177AT Global Industrial Robert Bosch Tool - Measuring Tools Div. Not Provided Bosch Three-Piece Dust Extraction Hood Kit, Ra1177at, Fits 35mm Hose, With Adapter
2943194 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Boxes, Enclosures, Racks HOOD COVER DUST PROTECTER
2947763 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Undefined Category COVER HOOD DUST PROTECTED
104695 PLC Radwell Contact Electronics Components, Connectors, Terminals, & Pins DUST COVER FOR HA16 HOODS WITH GASKET
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  • How to Maintain your Dust Collector
    The inception of the dust collector has allowed companies to effectively capture airborne particulate from an air stream. This has become more important for several reasons. First, containing particulate - toxic or not - is necessary to provide a healthy and clean work environment. Second
  • 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
  • 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
  • Exhausting Process Dust: Grain Processing Corp., Muscatine, IA
    flow impeller technology. This technology, applied to Grain Processing Corp. uses mixed flow impeller technology to manage process dust-and laboratory workstation fume hood exhaust roof exhaust systems, is widely used at research laboratories to handle workstation fume hood exhaust emissions. Mixed
  • New Dust Collection System Puts Air Quality Levels Below Hexavalent Chromium (Cr(VI)) Action Level
    . equipment, Summit Filtration and. collection at the two low-velocity. flame spray booths. • Re-work the source capture hoods. New Book. and ducting at all spray booths to. achieve maximum air quality. Chromium Plating. results. By G.A. Lausmann. 1st edition 2007. • Repurpose existing dust/fume
  • Energy Savings Tips for Ducted Weld Fume Systems
    The design and location of a weld fume 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
  • Crest Foods Chooses Sweco To Create World Class Facility
    . Photo above shows the SWECO Bag Dump doors closed. Note the dust collection. piping on the rear of the dust hood. The air quality filters can be observed on the back. wall. Photo above, while the quality of this picture is lacking, it shows the quantity of products. Crest Foods produces. This display
  • Fume Collection Solutions for Hexavalent Chromium Exposure
    Hexavalent Chromium (CrVI) compounds are used as corrosion inhibitors and present an occupational hazard to workers that weld, cut or grind chromium-containing metals such as stainless steel. Particles of hexavalent chromium can be in mists, dust or fumes. Mists can come from using molten metal

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