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Case Study : Solid Surface Custom Countertop Manufacturing

A Kansas City area custom countertop manufacturer had a dust collector that was inadequate. They were getting fine dust particulate throughout their shop. They needed a machine that could keep up with multiple CNC routers and filter the fine dust. Application The...

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Do Away with Cement Dust

There are many opportunities when working with cement for dust to start accumulating. Anywhere that the material is moved around, dust is produced. With companies facing new and stricter OSHA silica exposure laws, there is a tremendous need for filters in cement...

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CMAXX Spot Filter on a Conveyor

HOT WORK AND YOUR DUST COLLECTOR

Sometimes it’s necessary to cut or weld, or hot work, in the vicinity of your dust collector. However, this can be extremely dangerous if your dust is explosive. A dust collector, after all, is an accumulation of dust, and if that material is combustible, careless...

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Vo-Tech Trade School Student trains at Imperial Systems

Like many companies in the USA, Imperial Systems wouldn’t exist without our skilled tradespeople. Making a quality product comes from training and experience, and right now we’re lucky enough to have a young man who has come here for both of those things. Garrett...

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Vo-Tech Trade School Student trains at Imperial Systems

ANSWERING YOUR AIR FLOW AND DUCTWORK QUESTIONS: PART TWO

1. What information do we need to start designing a system? First, you need to know about your dust. Important details: how it’s being generated, how toxic or hazardous it is, what exposure levels OSHA considers too high, whether it is combustible and/or explosive,...

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ANSWERING YOUR AIR FLOW AND DUCTWORK QUESTIONS: PART TWO

ANSWERING YOUR AIR FLOW AND DUCTWORK QUESTIONS: PART ONE

1.  What do the different types of air pressure measurements mean in ductwork? Basic behavior of air: it always flows through the past of least resistance, from higher pressures to lower pressures. STATIC PRESSURE: potential pressure exerted in all directions in...

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ANSWERING YOUR AIR FLOW AND DUCTWORK QUESTIONS: PART ONE