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IAC Tip of the Month Video: Inspection of Doors in Ductwork

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.

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IAC is a Sponsor at upcoming Charity Golf Tournament

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.

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What is an EPC Project?

What is an EPC Project? The 7 C’s for Planning Your Next EPC Project

What is an EPC Project?  EPC, Engineering, Procurement, and Construction, Contracts are quickly becoming one of the most appealing project delivery methods for larger industrial construction projects. Companies often use EPC contractors since these contractors can build an entire facility or plant without requiring the purchasing company to hire additional third parties. Once the project is complete, the contractor turns the site over to the purchasing company; this is also referred to as turnkey construction.

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Smart Silo Remote Management System

The Silo Management System (SMS) from IAC’s Smart Plant™ product and services line gives you more traceability through your overall process. Sensors monitor information such as product levels, cycling, and pressures, keeping employees informed of current conditions and any indications of possible issues that may arise.

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IAC Video: Baghouse to Filter Receiver Conversion

Through growth of their business, a Midwestern USA handcrafter of custom cabinets and home fixtures needed to upgrade their woodworking dust collection system. After consideration of how their current dust collection system was handling the low moisture, mildly abrasive sawdust particulate, and  expectations for future growth, it was determined that the best course of action was to modify their baghouse dust collector with a high-pressure filter receiver.

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IAC Tip of the Month Video: Importance of an Empty Hopper

IAC Systems Engineer Luis Castano is back again with this month's Tip of the Month Video about the importance of keeping your baghouse or dust collector system's discharge hopper free of grain load (fallen materials). Proper airflow is very important to keeping your baghouse or dust collector system operating efficiently. When fallen material builds up in the hopper, air velocity is effected, and the performance of the baghouse is reduced. Using the appropriate discharge device, and placing it on a timer, will keep the hopper empty, allowing your baghouse running reliably.

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The Filter Newsletter: The Latest News from IAC

Read IAC’s latest news in the Filter Newsletter. Featured stories include IAC's Permian Basin Office Now Open, our growing Baghouse Maintenance Field Service Teams, Supply Chain Issues Around the Globe, the return of in-person tradeshows and conferences in 2021, and more! IAC looks forward to safely re-connecting with our customers in person in 2021 and thanks our customers for their continued support.

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