is a leading manufacturer of industrial dust collection systems. Our reputation throughout the industry is largely due to an efficient system of processes designed to reduce cost and provide consistency to each project. We utilize modern business practices and management techniques to provide a wide range of baghouse products and services to the benefit of our customers.

Company details

1930 Village Center Circle #3-5843 , Las Vegas , Neveda 89134 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Industry Type:
Air and Climate
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
10,000,000 - 100,000,000 € LLC is a nationwide service provider for industrial dust collection systems. Completing over 100,000 work hours in 2008, we are the largest sole source provider of baghouse filter replacement services in the United States. Our reputation throughout the industry as a premier, specialty contractor is largely due to an efficient system of processes designed to reduce cost and provide consistency to each project. We utilize modern business practices and management techniques to provide a large, skilled labor pool that can perform to strict guidelines with superior results. Additionally, our clients benefit from a proven history of project completion, superior service and an outstanding record of project safety.

Our commitment to the environment
We live in an era of constant advancement and change. This continuing development has led us to a point where environmental concerns centering on air quality impact our everyday safety and health. With this in mind, our present as well as our future dictates that care for the earth. LLC embodies itself around continued improvements within the workplace to deal with our environmental impact. Through our industrial construction and maintenance techniques, both management and employees are providing practical solutions within our work place to minimize our impact on the environment resulting in a higher quality of life for all.

Our Website
This website has been created to serve as the leading source of dust collector information. Here you will find educational resources such as technical articles, industry news, product reviews, troubleshooting guides, and more. All of our content is designed to keep you up to date on the latest developments in our industry, as well as assist you in the operation, and maintenance of your dust collection system.

What Makes Brand Dust Collectors Superior To The Competition?

We Build Them Better. A Brand Baghouse includes many standard value-added features such as larger inlet diffusers to prevent hopper turbulence, re-entrainment and facilitate material drop-out. An expanded quiescent free-board zone between the inlet and the bottom of the filter bags to reduce unnecessary dust load, filter abrasion and interstitial velocity while further enhancing material drop-out. And a “clean-on-demand” control system complete with integral pressure switches & gauges to initiate the cleaning cycle as required, based on operating differential pressure. This reduces cleaning frequency, compressed air consumption and excess wear to the filters. These are just some of the standard features we include in each Dust Collector we design. All of which help to extend filter life and reduce operating cost.

The Latest Technology. brand dust collectors are designed with your budget in mind. Crafted from experience, our units will provide you with the most efficient technology at an attractive price. Low initial purchase price, extended filter life, reduced operating cost and available turn-key solutions make brand dust collectors the smart chose for your next project.

Decades Of Experience Overcoming Complex Engineering Problems has engineered Dust Collection systems for three decades; our experience gives us an advantage over our competitors. Dust Collectors may seem to be built on a simple premise, but we know better. We understand better than most, the complexities involved in designing and installing a functional Dust Collection system. Only with years of hands on experience working in this industry to surmount all of the unique engineering problems associated with these systems can a company learn how to anticipate and overcome them.

Increase Productivity, Reduce Costs, Gain Environmental Benefits

What actions can you reduce costs, and at the same time increase production? Improvements to your Dust Collection System can easily bring you improvements in production, while cutting costs due to increased efficiency, lower maintenance demands, less system downtime that leads to production stoppages, lower power consumption, and improvements in environmental emissions.

Questions To Ask Yourself

  • How well does your Baghouse operation support your efforts to reduce costs?
  • How much capital is going towards maintaining and repairing your Baghouse?
  • How much production time are you loosing each month due to unscheduled maintenance inside your Baghouse?
  • What is holding you back from upgrading your Dust Collection System?

Plant managers often tells us about two concerns:

  1. Upgrades are expensive, and may involve substantial downtime
  2. Will a new Dust Collector meet both current and future emission regulations.

How Can Help

By improving your system, you will be able to reduce your total costs in the long run. (See Section – Reduce Cost Of Operation) Additionally, has the field experience needed to be able to install your new system improvements in minimal time, requiring only a limited amount downtime to do so.

You also will position yourself to meet and exceed current, and future environmental regulations. (See Section – An Efficient Dust Collection System Is Vital For Meeting Environmental Regulations)

As a plant operator your looking to “Do more with less”, and reduce operational expenses at the same time wherever possible. However you need to maintain production goals, and keep your Dust Collector running at 100% while suffering from a shrinking budget for parts and labor. The decisions made involving your dust collector can have significant impact on your overall operation costs. Therefore, we encourage you to speak with a representative and see what areas in your operations we can make improvements and start saving your money today.

Reduce Cost Of Operation can help you to improve efficiency, and cut operating costs all at the same time. We have many different strategies we can implement that will achieve this goal. Here are just three options we have to offer:

  • Change Filter Fabric – Increase operating tempter range with fiberglass or synthetic fibers. PTFE membrane coating can filter finer particulates and clean better and more…
  • Pleated Filters – Dramatically increase filter cloth ratio and can last longer.
  • New Technology – Convert old Reverse Air or Shaker design Collectors into the more modern Pulse Jet design to reduce operating cost, increase capacity and extend filter life among many other benefits.

Better Technology

By upgrading to the latest technology the industry has to offer, you can dramatically improve performance, and reduce power consumption. Higher efficiency Filters, Fabrics, and Baghouse designs, might even allow you to downsize your Baghouse, or (If you currently have more than one Collector) remove individual Collectors.

Less Maintenance

New equipment designs have a much longer service life than outdated models which lead to reduced maintenance costs.

Reduced Energy Usage

Higher Air to Cloth ratios will allow for more efficient use of fan power. This will in turn lead to energy savings, through lower overall system power consumption.

An Efficient Dust Collection System Is Vital For Meeting Environmental Regulations

Stricter Environmental Regulations Are Coming – The current international outcry over the worsening environmental conditions on our planet, are leading to most industrialized countries making pollution control a top priority. With recent international agreements, most countries are in the process of tightening their emission standards, leaving many formerly compliant facilities now lacking far behind.

“ Can Help You Anticipate And Adapt To Changing Regulations”

Stay in compliance even when regulations change, by upgrading your current technology. Our Dust Collection experts will be able to help you to identify areas where your current system can be improved using the latest in proven technology that not only will meet current regulations, but also any foreseeable changes to come.

Why Safety Saves You Money

The cost of doing business in our competitive industry is high. In an effort to reduce costs, many firms curtail their safety programs, and lower their commitment to working safely. However safe workplace practices, not only protect the welfare of our employees, but also save you money on the bottom line. (See Section – Industry Safety Facts)

We make safety our #1 Priority. In doing so we achieve compliance with all MSHA & OSHA regulations relating to employee health and safety.

In addition to required government safety certifications, our employees must complete our own in-house safety program. This program focuses on specific hazards unique to our company’s unique field, and proper procedures for safe working needed while engaging in this highly specialized type work.

Through strict enforcement of company safety policies, including one of zero tolerance for unsafe practices, we ensure that our field teams always uphold our high standards for workplace safety.

Additionally, we work with our customers to create awareness of hazards and special procedures specific to each project. Our exceptional safety record (no major incidents in 30 years) allows us to carry up to $5 Million Liability Insurance coverage.

With these facts in mind, you can be confidant, knowing that makes safety a top priority. By doing so, can pass on the cost benefits to our customers. We ensure that the direct and indirect cost of workplace accidents is not unduly increased for anyone.

Industry Specific Hazards

With our decades of experience in our field, we are uniquely qualified to assess the many unique dangers that come along with our work, e.g. dust explosions, lifting/hoisting hazards, etc…*

Under the right conditions, most kinds of dusts, can become extremely hazardous becoming explosive. Even otherwise benign substances such as food products, can be at risk of combusting in a very violent, and destructive explosion, that often causes extensive damage and costs many lives. as an industry authority in this hazard, understands these dangers, knows how to prevent this kind of incidents from occurring.

“If I were asked to assess a company’s operation, and I had to do so on the basis of only one indicator, I would look at their safety performance. If they are doing well with safety, with all their programs in place and functioning, then it is highly likely that they are being successful in all of the other key areas that we use to measure success. If they are not performing well on safety, then chances are they are in trouble in other areas as well.” – CEO Fortune 500 Company


The Price Of Safety – Industry Safety Facts

Every year in the U.S. governmental agencies issue tens of millions of dollars worth of fines for unsafe work practices:

  • In 2005 the largest OSHA fines ever were issued to BP for negligence that lead to an explosion at one of its refineries. The fines were in the amounts of $97.43 million and $21.36 million. Add to OSHA fines, settlements, and court action brought on by victims, and the cost of neglecting safety cost BP a total of $215 million.
  • The top ten most common OSHA violations in 2005 cost offenders a total of $15,892,908 in fines. Most of these infractions regard easy to overlook safety procedures such as Ladder Safety, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), and Machine Operating.

The Insurance Research Council estimates that over 3 million employees experience on-the-job injuries per year. While insurance covers the cost of employee health care, other expenses that are not covered by insurance, can be 4 to 5 times greater:

  • Employee wages (e.g. wages to the injured employee and their replacement); Repairing damaged equipment or products; Time & resources invested in investigating the accident and filling out paperwork; Overtime by other employees and supervisors to compensate for the loss of production; Costs associated with a possible lawsuit (e.g. lawyer’s fees, settlement, bad publicity).