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Managing Dangerous Dusts from Metalworking and Manufacturing Automotive Products

This webinar will discuss the different types of airborne dusts and mists produced when metalworking as well as manufacturing automotive parts and components. We will discuss issues with poor indoor air quality, combustible dusts, and toxic dusts.




Originally presented: July 26, 2022
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

This webinar will discuss the different types of airborne dusts and mists produced when metalworking as well as manufacturing automotive parts and components. We will discuss issues with poor indoor air quality, combustible dusts, and toxic dusts. We will also cover the various applications that generate airborne dust or oil/coolant mist including metalworking, machining, electric vehicle battery manufacturing, and automotive parts fabrication. Last, we will explain the available filtration options to ensure safety, improve air quality in your manufacturing facility and comply with the relevant safety standards.

Key Takeaways

  • Identify manufacturing processes that produce hazardous dusts and mists
  • Learn how to best capture and contain toxic dusts from manufacturing
  • Identify air quality issues and occupational hazards of oil/coolant mists
  • Discover how filtration is used to remove airborne particles
  • Learn how to mitigate toxic and combustible dust

Speaker

Jon Ladwig, Metal Processing Market Manager, Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC)

Jon Ladwig is the Metal Processing Market Manager and has 22 years of experience working with industrial and metalworking applications like welding and thermal cutting. During these years, he has planned, designed and managed installations directly for end users, including many handling toxic and combustible dusts.  He has also been directly involved in product improvements as well as new product developments at Camfil APC.