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  • Explosion Venting Strategies for Your Dust Collection System

    Explosion Venting Strategies for Your Dust Collection System

    A combustible dust explosion is a serious hazard for a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, processing, metalworking, chemicals, and more. This hazard can materialize in many areas of a plant, but is more likely to occur at the dust ...

    Joyce Nagy

  • Filter Bag Media: Aramid

    Filter Bag Media: Aramid

    Industry Use Aramid, also known as Nomex©, is widely used in high temperature applications because of its excellent resistance to abrasion and ability to perform at maximum continuous operating temperatures of 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Aramid ...

    Joyce Nagy

  • Baghouse Entry Procedures

    Baghouse Entry Procedures

    Performing maintenance or troubleshooting inside your baghouse can be dangerous. Here are some basic baghouse entry procedures you can implement to minimize accidents and hazards. Power Down & Lock Out Before you begin any maintenance or ...

  • Baghouse Dust Removal Options

    Baghouse Dust Removal Options

    As dust discharges into your dust collector’s hopper, ensuring you have the right removal method is going to help minimize problems that could arise due to dust build up. A hopper is designed to be temporary storage for your dust discharge. ...

    Joyce Nagy

  • What Dust Collector is Right for My Application?

    What Dust Collector is Right for My Application?

    Reliable dust collectors are critical for the optimal operation of most industrial and manufacturing facilities. A well chosen dust collector will ensure high air quality for both workers and equipment. Without an appropriate filter, particles can ...

    Joyce Nagy

  • Baghouse Filter Bag Top and Bottom Configurations

    Baghouse Filter Bag Top and Bottom Configurations

    Filter bags are constructed in an assortment of configurations and dimensions. The top and bottom construction of your filter bag will be dependent on the type of baghouse dust collector you have. The most common types of baghouses are pulse-jet and ...

    Joyce Nagy

  • How Differential Pressure Works In Your Dust Collector

    How Differential Pressure Works In Your Dust Collector

    Differential pressure is a critical tool to make sure your dust collector is operating properly. In this video we’ll answer these top questions about differential pressure and how to use differential pressure to keep your dust collector at ...

    Joy M

  • Dust Collector Troubleshooting

    Dust Collector Troubleshooting

    Are you having problems with your dust collector? Troubleshoot your dust collector now. Is your dust collector showing signs of trouble ahead?  Then your next step is dust collector troubleshooting.  Keeping your dust collector ...

    Joy M

  • How Much Does a Dust Collector Cost?

    How Much Does a Dust Collector Cost?

    Summary: Small dust collectors for applications up to 1,000 CFM airflow cost between $100 up to $5,000 USD.  Pre-fab dust collection systems such as a bin vent or cartridge type collector cost between $10,000 and $80,000 ...

    Joy M

  • 5 Most Commonly Replaced Dust Collector Parts

    5 Most Commonly Replaced Dust Collector Parts

    Proper upkeep of your dust collector is essential to long term health and performance. As your dust collector ages, it’s parts will be prone to wear and tear. Keep your dust collector performing at peak efficiency with the right maintenance ...

    Joy M

  • Dust Collector Maintenance Plan

    Dust Collector Maintenance Plan

    How do you ensure your dust collector is running at peak efficiency? By being proactive with a maintenance plan. Following a maintenance plan for your bin vent or cartridge collector will help you address any issues before they create a larger ...

    Joy M

  • Bin Vent FAQ

    Bin Vent FAQ

    Looking for a dust collector that allows for quick installation, low maintenance, and high efficiency? Bin Vent dust collectors feature rugged welded housings and can be furnished to handle air volumes ranging from 100 to 5,000 cubic feet per ...

    Joy M

  • How to Replace Your Dust Collector Diaphragm Valve

    How to Replace Your Dust Collector Diaphragm Valve

    Is your dust collector showing signs of trouble? It could be your diaphragm valve. As your dust collector goes through it’s life cycle, your parts will start to wear out. Diaphragms are one of the 5 most commonly replaced dust collector ...

    Joy M

  • Cartridge Dust Collector FAQ

    Cartridge Dust Collector FAQ

    What type of dust collector is compact, efficient, and cost effective? Finding the right sized dust collector becomes is a top priority when you have multiple equipment, employees, and a dust collector working together in a small space. When height ...

    Joy M

  • How to Measure Dust Collector Filter Bags

    How to Measure Dust Collector Filter Bags

    Need new filter bags? Learn how to measure them and which dimensions are most critical. If you’re looking to replace your filter bags, your first step is to make sure you get the right measurements. If you have a double beaded snap band ...

    Joy M

  • Baghouse FAQ

    Baghouse FAQ

    The Most Frequently Asked Questions on a Baghouse Project Are you looking into getting a baghouse for your next dust collector project? How do you know if it’s the right dust collector for your application? In this blog post we’ll ...

    Joy M