3 steps to calculate TCO of your dust collector filter

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This step-by-step assessment of determining TCO examines the variables that affect energy consumption, consumables, and maintenance and disposal.

OSHA and the EPA enforce thresholds for air quality. But the filters you use can have an enormous impact on total cost of ownership (TCO). This step-by-step assessment of determining TCO examines the variables that affect energy consumption, consumables, and maintenance and disposal. Sample questions and checklists help you to account for electrical costs, compressed air usage and CO2 emissions in your energy costs. A sample worksheet also helps you to put dollar amounts on cartridge replacement, transportation cost, inventory cost, labor cost, disposal cost and downtime cost. Determining TCO provides a useful tool for comparing the real costs of operating a new or existing dust collector with different filters.

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