Optimizing Compressed Air in a Pulse Jet Dust Collection System
Presenter(s): Hank van Ormer Many production facilities have a significant number of dust collectors and have continuing problems with short bag life and low-pressure problems at the furthest points from the central air system. When they try to run on-demand control, they often get extreme short cycling, which causes even more bag problems. On at least half of the dust collectors, most have gauges at the entry; some of the gauges are even operational. Often, the compressed air feed lines are the same size as the connector opening. Proper operation of dust collectors is critical to minimizing cost and maximizing system effectiveness.
HVAC and Indoor Air Quality
Presenter(s): Jeff Hess, Christian Taber Workplace comfort impacts a lot of locations, where operators are simply performing more efficiently if they're in a more comfortable environment. Measuring temperature, humidity, and air flow is a good start, but inspecting and testing of the ventilation, heating, and air conditioning systems should be performed, too. In this on-demand webinar, industry experts discuss the indoor environment and how its air quality affects employees and production.