Learn about the four most critical engineering principles for effective dust collection

Presented by Eric Maynard
Dust collection systems are in use at plants in all types industries for combating issues with combustible dust accumulation, toxic exposure to operators, nuisance dust release, and for meeting environmental requirements.  All too often the system operation is sub-optimal due to a variety of issues with design, lack of maintenance, and improper-use.  The premise seems simple, yet even with a properly designed air mover, mistakes in design can lead to duct plugging, leaks, and system imbalance.

This session will discuss the four most critical engineering principles to get right when you implement a dust collection system.  These principles include:

  1. Capture it!
  2. Convey it!
  3. Collect it!
  4. Clean it!