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Common Indoor Air Quality Issues & Filtration Options for Manufacturing & Processing Facilities

This webinar will discuss common causes of contaminated air in manufacturing and processing facilities; health and safety risks related to poor air quality, specific issues associated with fine dust and mist; and OSHA regulations governing facility air quality. It will also present ways to improve air quality and ensure quality return air using high efficiency filtration.



Originally presented: April 12, 2021
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Many manufacturing and processing facilities face air quality issues. Wet or dry particles can become airborne when food, metal, chemicals or pharmaceutical products are produced, or when paper or wood are processed.

If left to accumulate in the air, this dust and mist causes numerous safety hazards for operators and the facility.

This webinar will discuss common causes of contaminated air; health and safety risks related to poor air quality, specific issues associated with fine dust and mist; and OSHA regulations governing facility air quality. It will also present ways to improve air quality and ensure quality return air using high efficiency filtration.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn how to control indoor air quality
  • Identify health and safety risks associated with dust
  • Determing the common causes of contaminated air
  • Discover key OSHA regulations
  • Find new methods for improving air quality

Speaker

Taylor Morgan, Regional Manager, Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC)

Morgan has been working for Camfil since 2012 with extensive experience in thermal spray, metalworking, abrasive blasting applications, as well as NFPA and industrial ventilation. In his current role with Camfil APC, he is responsibility for territory development, product implementation and problem solving industrial ventilation applications within Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Camfil APC, being one of the top dust collector manufacturers worldwide, helps clean up manufacturing processes, thereby making them safer and more productive.