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The Right Way to Make Dust Collection System Changes

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Time:  12:00 PM (Noon) – 2:00 PM EDT

Presented by:  Gary Q. Johnson

Moderated by:  Robert Harkin, Associate Editor of Powder and Bulk Engineering

Webinar Cost:  $99.00 USD

Registration fee is non-refundable after the live event.

Webinar Details:  The presentation will review the wrong way and the right way to make common dust collection system changes. For example, dust hood performance is critical to minimizing fugitive dusting in the workplace. Hood performance depends on reliable exhaust airflows in all branches of the system ductwork. Improperly done duct branch additions or removals have compromised dust collection performance on many dust collection systems. Changing any of these elements without considering the impact on the whole system can lead to problems and inefficient operation. Find out the right way to adapt your system to changing demands.

Presenter Information:  Before becoming a consultant for Workplace Exposure Solutions, Gary worked in health, safety, and environment at Procter & Gamble for 27 years. His focus areas were dust control and central vacuum cleaning system design and maintenance, process safety around flammable vapors and combustible dusts, and environmental emissions and discharges. As a consultant over the last 9+ years, he has helped clients in consumer products, pharmaceuticals, plastics, paint and coatings, foods, flavorings, wood processing, specialty chemical, and metal forming industries.

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