The Engineers Collaborative provides industrial ventilation services for dust
control, dust collection, and vapor control to help protect workers' health
and plant facilities using technology incorporating dust control hoods, vapor
control hoods, LEV hoods, containment booths, fume hoods, dust explosion protection
Combustible Dust Control
The same old dust control and pneumatic conveying system problems that you have been living with could now cost you big dollars in production down-time, penalties, and, worst of all, serious accidents. Take a walk around your plant and see how many of these problems you have if the dust is combustible. Don't wait until you are walking through the plant with an OSHA inspector or an inspector from your State's Department of Environmental Protection. Find out what you should look for and correct now in this article.
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Ventilation Engineer Can Fix Dust Collection Problems
An experienced ventilation engineer can help you with the same old dust collection problems that you have been living with. These everyday problems can cost you big dollars in production down-time, penalties, and, worst of all, serious accidents. Take a walk around your plant and see how many of these problems you have. Don't wait until you are walking through the plant with an OSHA inspector or an inspector from your State's Department of Environmental Protection. A good ventilation engineer can help keep you out of trouble.
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Dust Collection and Vapor Collection in the Plant
Do you choose dilution ventilation or local exhaust ventilation? This article covers both to help you make the right decision to control dust and vapors in your plant.
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Understanding Industrial Exhaust Systems
What key factors are involved in designing dust control and vapor control industrial ventilation systems? Careful planning during the design process will ensure that you design an effective industrial exhaust system.
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Understanding Dust Collector Explosion Protection
Information covers applicable National Fire Protection Association standards, types of dust explosion protection systems, how to choose a system and how to inspect and maintain the system.
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Handling Combustible Solids & Particulates
Pneumatic conveying equipment and dust control systems that transport combustible particulate solids need to be protected from fire and dust explosions.
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Living Safely with Combustible Dust
OSHA is initiating a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to address the deflagration, other fire, and explosion hazards that may exist at facilities handling combustible dust. Find out what you need to know to keep your plant environment safe from combustible dust problems.
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Guidelines for Operating and Maintaining Dust Control Systems
This article provides guidelines on how to operate and maintain a newly installed dust control system to ensure peak performance. Sections cover system startup, training plant staff to operate and maintain the system and how to practice preventive maintenance.
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Controlling In-Plant Airborne Contaminants
System Design and Calculations
Author: John D. Constance, P.E.
Written for daily consultation, this reference covers the control of various types of in-plant airborne contaminants. Emphasizing the interaction of theory with practical considerations, the book covers actual control methods, allowing for the evaluation, selection, engineering and implementation of economic and effective options.
MARCEL DEKKER, INC.
New York, NY 212-685-4540