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The Rundown on Micro Air Downdraft Tables

What are Downdraft Tables? Downdraft tables, also known as downdraft benches, are ideal work equipment benches used to create safe work environments ideal for industries with a focus on welding, sanding, and other processes that may produce hazardous air-borne particles. With built-in ventilation, downdraft tables help provide quality air control in industrial settings, allowing workers to complete their jobs safely and more efficiently.   Why Does My Plant Need a Downdraft... Read More
Posted by L Bennett at Wednesday, September 4, 2019

New Guidelines for Dust Hazard Analysis

New Dust Hazard Analysis Guidelines If you’re an industrial plant manager or operator, listen up! The NFPA has new regulations in place for dust hazard analysis you need to be aware of called “the 652 Standard.”    What are the newest guidelines for dust hazard analysis? The 652 Standard covers regulations regarding the fundamentals of combustible dust to ensure facilities are following recommended procedures and protocols for dust hazard... Read More
Posted by L Bennett at Tuesday, August 27, 2019

5 Reasons to Have Your Dust Tested

Reasons to Have Your Dust Tested Many businesses make the mistake of failing to realize that having their dust tested can make a world of a difference in long-term operating procedures. Dust tests are implemented in order to keep the building, employees, and equipment safe at all times. Preventing a tragedy from occurring can stem from one routine dust test. There are many reasons to test your dust that will save you money and time in the future.  1. Insurance If... Read More
Posted by Larry Bennett at Thursday, July 18, 2019

Guide to Combustible Dust: Why it’s Dangerous and How to Prevent It

What is combustible dust and why is it important to prevent it? Combustible dust has become an issue that many companies shrug off and pay little attention to. Often times, the issue is pushed to the side because companies are not aware of the detrimental consequences that dust particles can have on their facilities, employees and business’s reputation. Although partial exposure to dust can cause sickness in most cases, there are other times when these particles can be more serious.... Read More
Posted by Larry Bennett at Thursday, May 23, 2019

5 Warning Signs a Dust Explosion Could Happen in Your Facility

What causes a dust explosion? Dust explosions are dangerous and potentially fatal chemical reactions which can occur when a buildup of dust accumulates in an enclosed area. Dust explosions can occur in any facility under the right conditions with any amount of dust present. This is why it’s essential for facilities to maintain strict cleanliness to prevent dust accumulation which can lead to a dust explosion.   How common are dust explosions? Dust explosions are... Read More
Posted by Larry Bennett at Thursday, April 18, 2019

3 Ways Businesses Can Save Money on Energy Costs

3 Ways to Cut Utility Costs for Your Industrial Business When running any business, especially a large commercial or industrial operation, you’ll need to account for many expenses, including payroll and benefits, equipment, and utility costs. You want to keep your employees happy, healthy, and paid well, so what can you do to save money? Cutting utility costs is one of the easiest and most effective ways to lower expenses. Here are 3 ways commercial and industrial operations can cut... Read More
Posted by Larry Bennett at Friday, March 22, 2019

Pros and Cons of Natural Ventilation Systems

  Why Choose Natural Ventilation Natural ventilation is a method of cooling indoor air which has been used for centuries. This tried and true method still holds its own today, thanks to the many advantages it offers over mechanical ventilation systems. Read on to learn more about how natural ventilation systems work and how they can save you time and money.   How Natural Ventilation Works Natural ventilation moves warm air away from and cool air into an area... Read More
Posted by Larry Bennett at Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Infrared Heater FAQs

What is infrared? Infrared is electromagnetic wave energy. Like light, infrared (radiant) energy travels at the speed of light in a straight line until it strikes an object. How Does Infrared Heating Work? A gas-fired infrared tube heater or high-intensity heater (normally ceiling suspended) emulates the warmth of the sun by generating radiant energy that converts to useable heat when absorbed by objects in its path. In buildings, objects such as floors, tools, and machinery absorb the... Read More
Posted by Larry Bennett at Thursday, December 20, 2018

7 Things to Consider When Designing a Dust Collection System

The Importance of a Dust Collection System A dust collection system is essential for any commercial or industrial operation that values employee safety and preventing damage to equipment, goods, and manufactured materials. When it’s time to choose the right dust collection system for your business, you’ll want to evaluate everything from the type of dust produced by your operation to the functional design of various dust collection systems and the layout of your commercial... Read More
Posted by Larry Bennett at Friday, November 30, 2018

Is Industrial Ventilation Necessary?

Industrial ventilation is essential for commercial businesses whose operations require employees to be in contact with potentially toxic airborne substances or flammable vapors created during the production of various goods and services. Industrial ventilation works to both protect workers from illness and injury caused by flammable substances and dirty air and to prevent equipment failure and dust collection that can result in fire hazards and costly repairs. Industrial ventilation is often... Read More
Posted by Larry Bennett at Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Coolair Industrial Ventilation Guide

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