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IAC’s Vice President of Engineering, Tristan Trupka, recently was a guest on the podcast, “Dust Safety Science”. The show discusses process systems and combustible dust safety with host Dr. Chris Cloney (PEng.), an esteemed expert in the field. Dr. Cloney has presented at academic conferences in over five countries, published over 15 peer-reviewed journals, and now focuses on educating industrial workers on best practices for handling combustible dust safely.
Baghouse dust collectors are critical process equipment for many manufacturers, so when one reaches the end of its serviceable life, replacing it before it goes down can prevent loss of valuable production time.
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.
MISSION, KS- February 18th, 2021- Industrial Accessories Company (IAC), one of the best-known companies for Turnkey plant design and construction within the Frac Sand industry (with more than 45 previous Frac Sand plant projects), announces the opening of a new service center in Monahans to support customer needs in the frac sand industry. IAC’s new location is: 223 W Sealy Ave. Monahans, TX 79756. For service, call 800-334-7431.
IAC logs over 350,000 man-hours during frac sand project with zero site recordable incidents and zero lost time cases
Commitment to team safety was a fundamental factor for a successful start-up within 24 hours of the original target date.
If you’re thinking about replacing your pulse jet baghouse due to failing performance but don’t have the funds to do so, read on. Many times you don’t need to replace a low performing pulse jet baghouse, as there are some cost effective steps that can be taken to keep the baghouse running efficiently.