Industrial ventilation systems designed to save costs with fewer redesigns, up-front and efficient use of resources.
A custom design and build providing you the right fit and the right solution
the first time.
Between pre-install prep, impeccably timed deliveries and efficient crews, IVI can get the job done on-time.
When industrial dust collection systems are changed, the change may alter hood and duct flow rates. Therefore, it is imperative
Baghouse filters are cleaned when compressed air is blown into the filter to release dust buildup. A pulse controller times
During the mid-April CastExpo, the largest metal casting trade show in North America, foundry industry representatives portrayed a general sense
Industrial dust collectors generally have multiple collection points—also called pickup points. Determining where to place these collection points in your
Industrial dust collection systems should be designed for optimal industrial airflow. Each type of industrial collection system—dust collection and fume
A dust collection systems airflow can be optimized to reduce waste and extend the life of the facility and equipment.
NFPA introduces NFPA 652 The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has established a new combustible dust standard, NFPA 652, which
The efficiency of an industrial ventilation system’s fan can reduce an organization’s overall energy demands significantly. An industrial fan’s performance
The primary goal of an industrial ventilation system hood is to capture and transfer environmental contaminants. A hood’s size and
The ductwork of an industrial dust collection system connects the system’s hoods, air cleaning device(s) and fan. Carefully planning the
With 2014 drawing to a close, it is worth looking ahead towards 2015 and the potential emissions-based rules that may
The Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is calling on employers to provide ideas for preventing work-related
A previous research study noted a correlation between air pollution and outdoor workers. Authors of that 2011 document have recently
A recent article entitled “Long Overdue” in September 2013’s Safety Health Magazine details new information on crystalline silica. Continued exposure