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Industrial Exhaust Stack: From Spec to Stack

A significant amount of pre-planning must take place when designing, fabricating and installing exhaust stacks as part of your industrial dust collection system. Exhaust stacks are often part of an overall plant model, which determines the volume and exit velocity of air that can be discharged and the minimum elevation for that discharge. Building codes…

Baghouse maintenance for industrial air quality

Industrial baghouse maintenance contributes to longer bag life, better efficiency and lower operation costs. A critical component in baghouse efficiency is properly maintaining its filters. Why baghouse maintenance is important Increasing efficiency With proper maintenance, the dust collection system as a whole will function more efficiently and have consistent air flow. That’s because it takes…

Placing Collection Points for Industrial Dust Collection Systems

Industrial dust collectors generally have multiple collection points—also called pickup points. Determining where to place these collection points in your facility should be based on several factors, from the type of material being collected to workers’ health and wellness. By choosing optimal locations for localized dust collection, you are likely to maximize system air flow,…

Industrial dust collection design strategies for optimal industrial airflow

Industrial dust collection systems should be designed for optimal industrial airflow. Each type of industrial collection system—dust collection and fume collection—has unique requirements for optimized airflow. Benefits of proper industrial airflow by dust collection type Dust collection systems: Proper airflow contributes to high air quality and a clean work environment. Fume collection systems: Proper airflow…