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Combustible dust explosions are a risk in many areas of an industrial plant, and one of the likeliest locations for an explosion is in the plant’s dust collection system. To minimize the chance of …


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Dust Collection Systems and Preventive Maintenance; Fire and Explosion Protection Solutions; Regulations. The United States Department of Labor issued the Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program, which gives guidance to an OSHA Compliance Officer on enforcement.


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How to Make Sure Your Dust Collection System Complies with Combustible Dust Standards Sponsored By Camfil Combustible dust explosions are a risk in many areas of a plant, but one of the most common locations is the dust collection system.


DSS018: Top Five Mistakes Companies Make in their Dust
In this episode of the Dust Safety Science Podcast, we talk to Diane Cave, Regional Manager of Eastern Canada at Element6 Solutions. Diane has over 15 years’ experience with dust collection system design, explosion protection systems, combustible dust hazard assessment, and NFPA compliance.


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Most important are the NFPA standards to which compliance is mandatory. NFPA 654, “Standard for the Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions from the Manufacturing, Processing and Handling of Combustible Particulate Solids,” is the go-to guide on designing safe dust collection systems.


Q&A: 3 Steps to Combustible Dust Compliance in …
Last month we hosted a webinar with OH&S, “3 Steps to Combustible Dust Compliance in Manufacturing” to address combustible dust risks and the necessary actions to be taken in order to avoid them.With the approaching September 2020 deadline to comply with NFPA 652 requirements, it’s important to understand what needs to be done to protect your facility and employees.


DSS022: 5 Common Mistakes in Addressing Combustible Dust
2. Tolerating Poor Dust Collection System Performance. When a dust collection system performs properly, it prevents fugitive dust accumulations and decreases the risk for secondary explosions. The problem is that people can and do under-appreciate the role of a well-performing dust collection system in keeping their facility safe and fail to …


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Dust collectors are an integral part of many plants’ combustible dust compliance strategies. As such, dust collection companies have had to remain active in supplying dust collectors to support a customer’s combustible dust control strategy by interfacing with the customer and its experts on fire and explosion protection equipment and strategies.
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