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Indoor Air Quality

This category includes tools and systems used to filter or monitor the air quality in and around the buildings and structures used for fabricating and metalworking. Maintaining good indoor air quality (IAQ) is important to not only the health of operators, but can also impact product quality. Tools used to test IAQ collect air samples and samples of building surfaces, monitor exposure to pollutants, and computer model air flow inside buildings. Welding operations create hazardous pollutants that must be filtered or extracted to maintain good IAQ; this is done with filtration units at the point of origin, full-room ventilation systems, and air cleaners.

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Harmful particulates in job shops pose risks to both your workers and your facility. Fortunately, there are versatile, durable, modular, more compact and customizable fume and dust collectors that improve indoor air quality by creating a safe environment and protecting your machinery and facility from fires, for example.

Indoor Air Quality: Articles

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fume collectors, indoor air quality, weld fume collectors, weld fume collection systems, IVEC Systems

Harmful particulates in job shops pose risks to both your workers and your facility. Fortunately, there are versatile, durable, modular, more compact and customizable fume and dust collectors that improve indoor air quality by creating a safe environment and protecting your machinery and facility from fires, for example.

Harmful particulates in job shops pose risks to both your workers and...

Getting the Most from Your Clean Air Budget: Five Tips for Small Shops

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Get past the initial equipment and installation costs and start thinking about total cost of ownership over time, including direct operating costs such as energy use, filters and maintenance, and indirect costs such as equipment downtime. Here are five ways a small shop can maximize their clean air budget and get more out of their equipment in the long run.

Get past the initial equipment and installation costs and start thinking about...

How to Control Laser Cutting Dust

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How well are your dust collectors keeping up? If you’ve recently upgraded your laser cutting equipment or are experiencing unexplained equipment failures, now is the time to reevaluate your dust collection system. Investing in better dust control now will pay dividends in extended equipment life and better productivity for your laser cutting machines.

How well are your dust collectors keeping up? If you’ve recently upgraded...

How to Use Dust Collection to Comply with OSHA’s Beryllium Standard

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Job shops and other metalworking facilities affected by this standard must comply with most of the requirements by March 12, 2018 – they have less than two years to provide any required change rooms and showers and three years to implement engineering controls. Here’s why dust, mist and fume collectors are the best strategy to protect workers from the devastating pulmonary diseases associated with beryllium exposure.

Job shops and other metalworking facilities affected by this standard must comply...
Indoor Air Quality: Products

Big Ass Fans Introduces Hornet Fan

Big Ass Fans Introduces Hornet Fan, Big Ass Fans, Hornet Fan, commercial fan, Big Ass Fans Hornet, high-volume low-speed (HVLS) fan, 6000 CFM per unit, David Rose, HVLS Fans & Spec Lab, HVLS Research & Design lab, ~3500 CFM vs 1000 CFM, 55 dBA vs 59 dBA, produces more than 3.5x the airflow of competitor fans

First-ever, industrial-focused, destratification fan to be produced by the world leader in airflow solutions.

First-ever, industrial-focused, destratification fan to be produced by the world leader in...
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