Explosion Prevention & Protection Options for Dust Collection Systems

Many manufacturing and processing facilities face air quality issues. Dry particles can become airborne when food, metal, chemicals or pharmaceutical products are produced or when paper or wood are processed. If left to accumulate in the air, this dust causes numerous safety hazards for operators and the facility. That’s why OSHA requires facilities to collect and contain the dust. However, the dust collection systems themselves can be a source of explosions if not properly protected.

In this webinar we will discuss how to recognize dangerous combustible dust situations in manufacturing plants and processing facilities. This knowledge will help you to quickly observe an unsafe situation in your everyday work environments, recognize what you are seeing, evaluate whether you or your employees are in harm’s way, and decide what steps to take to make the environment safe.

Register below for this free webinar!
: July 14, 2022
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT


Taylor MorganTaylor Morgan, Regional Manager, Camfil Air Pollution Control

Taylor Morgan has been working  for Camfil since 2012 with extensive experience in thermal spray, metalworking, abrasive blasting applications, as well as NFPA and Industrial Ventilation. In his current role with Camfil APC, Taylor is responsible for territory development, product implementation and problem solving industrial ventilation applications.  Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC), being one of the top dust collector manufacturers worldwide, helps clean up manufacturing processes making them safer and more productive.

Duration: 1 Hour

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