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IAC’s DSI Solutions at the Dry Scrubber’s Users Association Conference
IAC offers permanent solutions to reduce Sox, SO2 and SO3, and HCI from boiler flue gasses with our Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI) Solutions. With the largest rentable mobile testing fleet, IAC offers the most cost effective way to maintain compliance with our low maintenance proven technology. This is a highly efficient equipment package from a cost and “footprint” standpoint.
IAC Solves Dust Collection and Ducting Issues at Industrial Sand Plant
After a successful Baghouse 101 In Plant Seminar was given by IAC’s Director of Business Development, IAC began working with an industrial sand plant to find the cause of a recent decrease in their productivity. IAC was then hired to complete an Engineering Inspection of the facility by IAC’s Plant Optimization team of engineers. The team formed an extensive report outlining the issues the customer was having and provided solution options.
IAC Provides RCS & Mitigation Solutions to Brick Manufacturing Plant
Working with various industries over the last couple years, IAC has been successful in creating and implementing Respirable Crystalline Silica (RCS) Mitigation action plans to help reduce silica dust exposure in work environments and surrounding areas to comply with new silica regulations. Recently, IAC’s RCS Mitigation Plan proved to be successful for a brick manufacturing facility. Working closely with the customer, IAC completed post plan and installation testing. Upon following up, IAC and the customer found that the plant’s silica exposure levels are now well below the action level.
OSHA’S Fixed Ladder Rule Changes
In January of 2017, OSHA revised the industry regulations pertaining to fixed ladders and fall protection. Previously, OSHA standard 1910.27 covered fixed ladders, and it required cages on fixed ladders where the climb is over 20 feet (6.10 m) high. With the 2017 revision, fixed ladders were moved under OSHA’s standard 1910.28, which amends the rule on height so that fixed ladders will only be required to have fall protection if their height is greater than 24 feet (7.3 m) above a lower level.
Problems with an Over-Sized Baghouse
Over time we see that the systems within an industrial plant go through changes. These changes typically result in the system no longer meeting the expectations it once did. One of the more common systems that end up changing over time is a baghouse or dust collector. These systems act as the ventilation system in a plant and are a vital part of the overall process.
Design, Deliver, Build: IAC Baghouse Expertise
It’s no secret that at IAC we are considered the baghouse experts. But how does IAC continue to outperform the competition time and time again? Watch our video and...
IAC Ventilation System Analysis and Maintenance Training
Is your Baghouse or Industrial Dust Collector not operating at peak performance? Most people don't realize when there is a problem with their Ventilation System. ...
Difference Between a Filter Receiver and a Baghouse Dust Collector
Do you know the difference between a filter receiver and a baghouse? Often times, people think the two systems are one in the same, but this could not be further from the truth.
Managing Your Baghouse Collection Hopper
Today we are going to focus on the hopper of a baghouse. There are two types of hoppers in a baghouse; a storage hopper and a collection hopper. For the purpose of...