Mar 26, 2017 - Good design and the right equipment make all the difference when setting up a dust collection system. In this article, we'll highlight dust collection fittings, ducting, ports and other equipment that can help you get the most out of your dust collection Mar 26, 2017 - Good design and the right equipment make all the difference when setting up a dust collection system. In this article, we'll highlight dust collection fittings, ducting, ports and other equipment that can help you get the most out of your dust collection

Key Factors for Dust Collection System Design

Key Factors for Dust Collection System Design There are two key areas we focus on when reviewing a new system layout. First, the geometry and chemistry of particulate in the air stream which determines the way we configure and select components. Clean air system flow control components such as multi-bladed dampers on the "dirty side"

Turnkey Dust Collection System Design Services One of the things that sets CATS apart from other suppliers is that we handle the entire process for our customers. We provide true turnkey service from dust collector design all the way through the installation process.

Mar 26, 2017 - Good design and the right equipment make all the difference when setting up a dust collection system. In this article, we'll highlight dust collection fittings, ducting, ports and other equipment that can help you get the most out of your dust collection

Choosing the best dust collector for this application will likely require input from an air quality engineer. Variables such as particulate size and dust volume dictate the final design of a collection system, including how much power and filter media are needed.

Turnkey Dust Collection System Design Services One of the things that sets CATS apart from other suppliers is that we handle the entire process for our customers. We provide true turnkey service from dust collector design all the way through the installation process.

DSS018: Top Five Mistakes Companies Make in their Dust

Mistake No. 1: Un-engineered modifications to the dust collection system design When facilities install a dust collection system, it's engineered for the equipment in place at the time. The problem is that processes change: machinery and equipment are added, subtracted or replaced but the dust collection system is not updated accordingly.

The last part of the dust collection system are the connections. Here's a great article on dust collection design flaws to avoid . The main one is to avoid sharp turns, so use two 45 degree turns instead of a single 90; also, use y-connections instead of t-connections.

Turnkey Dust Collection System Design Services One of the things that sets CATS apart from other suppliers is that we handle the entire process for our customers. We provide true turnkey service from dust collector design all the way through the installation process.

Designing Your Dust Collection System There are two phases to designing your dust collection system: The first phase is sizing your duct work for adequate volume and velocity of flow for the type of dust you will be creating; and the second phase is computing the static pressure (SP) of your system to determine the size and power of your dust collection unit.

A dust collection design guide (in PDF format) originally written by Air Handling Systems - July 17, 2001 This document - Designing Your Air Handling Dust System - is a design guide originally written by Air Handling Systems, and has been converted into a two

DSS018: Top Five Mistakes Companies Make in their Dust Collection System Design with Diane Cave In this podcast episode, we talk to Diane Cave of Element Six Solutions about the top five mistakes companies make in their dust collection system design.

Why talk about dust collection? "The accompanying phenomenon of comminution, handling and processing the material components which finally formThe volumetric flow rate of air or gas per unit of time Usual units are: • Cubic feet per minute (cfm) • Cubic

Our pre-design cost estimates help you plan ahead for new or upgraded industrial ventilation systems including dust collection and vapor control exhaust systems. We provide savvy engineered solutions that contain and reduce dust and vapors in your plant by

Dust Collection Systems: 10 Common Questions

Every dust collection system should have a manual damper near each hood or pickup point to allow the system to be balanced. This flexibility allows airflows to be varied between collection points, depending on the changing operational needs of the entire system.

2011/10/8The new dust collection system, in conjunction with the modifications that were made to the existing equipment has brought the plant up to code and has cleaned up the facility. For further information regarding this application, contact Imperial Systems, Inc. at 800.918.3013 or isystemsweb.

How to Design a Dust Collection System Dust collection systems are essential for many industrial facilities for adhering to clean air standards set by the Federal Clean Air Act, OSHA and MSHA. Companies also benefit as clean air results in healthier employees which increases productivity and employee morale.

With dust collectors it depends on the air-to-cloth ratio, velocity, and interstitial velocity. All of these parameters will change over the life of the system. A common problem with dust collection system design is to underestimate the filter differential pressure based

PROPER DUST COLLECTION SYSTEM DESIGN Eric Maynard Jenike Johanson When it comes to industrial dust collection, it's important to take a "system design" engineering approach versus the more common "component selection" method. This article

Mar 26, 2017 - Good design and the right equipment make all the difference when setting up a dust collection system. In this article, we'll highlight dust collection fittings, ducting, ports and other equipment that can help you get the most out of your dust collection

Custom dust suction hoods are an essential part of virtually every dust collector collection system. The objective is to design a hood that is able to capture the fugitive dust or fume, at a velocity that will pull it away from its normal trajectory, and from a distance that is suitable to the application.

Every dust collection system should have a manual damper near each hood or pickup point to allow the system to be balanced. This flexibility allows airflows to be varied between collection points, depending on the changing operational needs of the entire system.