From the smallest elbow to the largest bin vent, knowing each part and piece of equipment is created for your particular pneumatic conveying process will help you save money, plan for maintenance, limit employee exposure, save energy, and increase your production rate. Over time, repeat fixes can become costly. Thus, it is important to ensure your system is outfitted specifically for your application and material.
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IAC’s Smart Plant™ Cloud-Based Remote Monitoring System helps your facility master Industry 4.0 technology with intelligent baghouse automation to keep your plant running at its most efficient and to help you make the most of your manpower. The Smart Plant™ Line of Products and Services can automate records, monitor levels, protect equipment, assist trained personnel, and help you be prepared to quickly solve problems before you know they exist.
IAC’s winterizing kit protects your pulse jet baghouse’s pulse valves and compressed air headers from snow, ice, and freezing weather - guarding against production interruptions and downtime.
Winter weather conditions can cause pulse valves to freeze open or internal diaphragms to crack; bleeding the compressed air header of the air pressure and air volume required to effectively clean the bags.
IAC’s Smart Plant™ Remote Monitoring System is a highly economical cloud-based IoT system to ensure regulatory compliance and save energy within your facility. With the ability to monitor compressed air, faster detection of leaks, and cleaning on demand, Smart Plant™ Industry 4.0 technology keeps your equipment running optimally while alerting you to equipment failures within minutes.
IAC Smart Plant is a turnkey, cloud based industrial IoT system that allows personnel to remotely monitor equipment operation around the world. IAC Smart Plant conveniently provides access to performance data that personnel can access from a cell phone, computer, or other screen device. Learn more about the system in our Smart Plant Video Overview.
MISSION, KS – Industrial Accessories Company (IAC) has been named the EPC contractor responsible to design, supply, and install a new roller press system at the Lehigh Cement grinding facility in Port Canaveral, Florida. The project has a targeted completion date of Q4 2022.
Inspection doors are important for maintenance on long runs of horizonal ductwork, but there is one off-the-shelf, readily available, door design that can cause issues with your ventilation system’s airflow, reducing your capacity to meet production rates, and allows for material to build up, which in the worst and most expensive cases seen by Luis, causes ductwork to collapse, sometimes bringing down a section of a building.
IAC is a sponsor at this year's 27th Annual Bill Mounkes Charity Golf Tournament on July 30 at Sunflower Hills Golf Course in Bonner Springs, KS. Father and daughter IAC employees, Russ Maloney and Morgan Maloney, have close ties to the cause, which has raised over $224,000 for Children’s Mercy over the last 12 years. Russ Maloney, IAC Field Service Manager, has been a golf player in the tournament since it began and is on the Board Member Planning Committee alongside his wife Jill Maloney. IAC has been a sponsor of the tournament since Russ started at the company years ago.
Bob Carter, Senior Vice President of Mining for IAC, spoke at the North American Frac Sand Exhibition and Conference, which took place in Houston, TX on July 7 and 8. Carter took to the stage to discuss some of the main differences of wet sand versus dry sand, as well as the efficiencies and inefficiencies of both.