BELLEVILLE, NJ – VAC-U-MAX proudly introduces the newest addition to its Industrial Vacuum Cleaning product range for Combustible Dusts, the new MDL15.
DANVERS, MA – Dangers associated with dust in industrial facilities are well documented. Exposure to harmful substances can harm workers and neighbors alike. Inhaling small dust particles of even benign compounds in sufficient quantities can pose a respiratory hazard for workers, contributing to both short and long-term health problems.
CHAGRIN FALLS, OH – Aerodyne manufactures two different types of cyclones – the GPC (Ground Plate Cyclone) and the SplitStream Collector. These Aerodyne cyclones are not the traditional cyclones with which you are probably familiar.
Pharmaceutical companies have every reason to minimize waste during their manufacturing process. From regulations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to decreasing cost of production, the first step in decreasing waste is measuring accurately the amount of waste produced.
The SV-50 provides high dust removal up to 100 ACFM. It uses a secondary air (provided by fan or eductor) to remove fine particulate from a gas stream.
AMBERG – All the proven benefits of pure surface filtration with the Herding® Sinter-Plate filter are transferred with the Herding® MAXX series to the application at high volume flows up to 1,000,000 m3/h.
JONESBORO, ARK – Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC), a leading global manufacturer of dust, mist and fume collection equipment, will waive the $1,195.00 fee for its training programs scheduled for June and September 2017 as part of its commitment to industrial safety.
CHAGRIN FALLS, OH – Many wonder about airflow when looking to add or change pickup points on an existing dust collector system.
JONESBORO, AR – Nestlé USA is part of Nestlé S.A. in Vevey, Switzerland, which is the world‘s largest food company with a focus on nutrition, health and wellness. The Nestlé Prepared Foods Company located in Jonesboro, Arkansas produces the Lean Cuisine and Stouffer‘s line of frozen foods.