Clearing the Air

Clean air insights and best practices blog from Camfil APC's dust collection experts

Mitigating Dust Disasters in Grain, Seed and Feed Handling

Handling and milling grain, seed and feed are occupational hazards that expose workers to many serious and life-threatening situations. Dust-related dangers include allergies, respiratory injury, fire and explosion. Especially at risk are food and agricultural facili...

The Importance of Safe Dust Collection in Battery Manufacturing

The processes involved in manufacturing batteries can release particles into the air – lead dust, nickel, cobalt, aluminum and other materials that are combustible and/or toxic. Though these dusts and fumes are generally emitted near process equipment, once in the ai...

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Frequently Asked Questions about Industrial Dust and Dust Safety

Dust is everywhere. Our homes, workplaces, and nature are all common sources of dust. On the surface, dust may seem like just a nuisance, but, many don’t realize that it can also be dangerous. As a leading manufacturer of industrial dust collection solutions, we k...

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10 Tips for Safe Operation of Your Dust Collector

Dust control is one of the most difficult challenges in industrial manufacturing and processing. Operators are challenged to meet both occupational health and environmental regulations. When properly maintained, your dust collector can keep workers safe and protect t...

Dust, especially airborne dust particles, must be safely collected and contained to protect worker safety and meet regulatory compliance.

4 Tips for a Dust Collection Safety Game Plan

If your facility’s manufacturing processes generate hazardous dust, one of your priorities is ensuring air quality. Dust, especially airborne dust particles, must be safely collected and contained to protect worker safety and meet regulatory compliance....