How to Identify a Combustible Dust Hazard

There are plenty of variables that must be well thought-out such as the method of dispersion, the size of the particles, air currents, the characteristics of the ventilation systems, physical barriers, dust cloud confinement, and many others.

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The pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries are big businesses but with increased manufacturing and productivity, high standards and efficiency shouldn’t be sacrificed.

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The Best Vacuum for Lead Dust

Lead can be found in many forms and occurs naturally. The lead that is found on ammunition is in metallic form or in lead azide and lead styphnate compounds all of which have low reactivity.

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The Best Vacuum to Use for Silica Dust

OSHA introduces revisions to existing dust rules that raise the standards for modern industries to improve the safety and health of workers.

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Many people did not know or care about the dangers of combustible dust until the February 2008 explosion of a sugar plant in Georgia that claimed 14 people and injured 40 others.

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How to Choose the Best Explosion Proof Vacuum

Traditional housekeeping methods like sweeping and blowing with compressed air are not enough to keep your facility free from combustible dust, they actually make the dust problem worse. How?

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According to OSHA, 35,000 facilities in the United States are in danger of combustible dust explosions and this extends to all industries.

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