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Six Fabric Filters for Regular Temperature Applications

When selecting a fabric filter for any regular temperature application (0°-275°), it’s important to take characteristics and resistances of all fabrics into consideration. Though polyester is the most commonly used filter media, many fabric types are more suited to specific applications. Please...

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Posted on May 2, 2016

Tags: dust filters, fabric filter, fabric filters, Blog

Detecting Leaks in Your Baghouse System Through Dye Testing

Leaks in a baghouse system can be detrimental to facility operations by causing loss in product and endangering workers. Keeping your dust collection equipment in proper operating condition is essential to maintaining compliance with EPA and OSHA regulations as well as maximizing product recovery.

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Posted on April 25, 2016

Tags: dust collector, baghouse, baghouse system, Blog, dust collector leak

How to Design Screw Conveyors on Baghouses Handling Explosive Dust

[gallery link="post"] Nearly all dusts are combustible, except those known to be inert and having a Kst value of zero (like limestone, fume silica and rock dust). If your company is questioning the combustible potential of a dust they are handling, it is strongly recommended to have it tested by a...

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Posted on April 11, 2016

Tags: baghouse screw conveyors, dust collector, dust collectors, explosive dust, screw conveyors, Blog

Troubleshooting Common Dust Collector Problems

Having problems with your dust collector? A faulty collector can lead to a shut-down with costly downtime and airborne dust can threaten employee health and safety. Collectors running inefficiently can increase utility costs when valves leak pricey compressed air and fans begin to work overtime to...

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Posted on April 4, 2016

Tags: dust collector, Dust Collector Repair, Blog, dust collector maintenance

5 Steps For Storing Your Dust Collection Equipment Long-Term

Long Term Storage Procedures – Storage In Excess Of 1 Month

Long-term storage procedures are used to prevent damage to and preserve the operational capabilities of dust collection equipment that cannot be immediately installed when received at the job site.

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Posted on March 14, 2016

Tags: dust collection equipment, Blog

Post-Fire Inspection Procedures for Your Dust Collector

A fire in your dust collector can be both dangerous and devastating to your manufacturing facility. If a fire does occur, it’s important to repair the damage so you can resume production and take preventative steps as quickly as possible.

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Posted on March 7, 2016

Tags: dust collector, Blog, dust collector fire, dust collector inspection

Prepare Your Industrial Manufacturing Facility for Fall

As the temperature begins to get cooler and the days start getting shorter, there’s no denying that Fall is on its way. For many, Fall marks the beginning of the busiest season of the year, when kids go back to school, and those of us in the manufacturing industry begin our push to make the months...

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Posted on September 2, 2015

Tags: dust collector, dust collector replacement bags, fall productivity tips, Blog, industrial dust collector

Filter Fabric Feature | Discover the Benefits of Polyester Felt

In the world of air filtration, no two products are equal. Here at Sly Inc., we take great pride in the high caliber of dust collection and air pollution control products we produce; but with our extensive variety comes a great range of options. We firmly believe that it’s these options that allow...

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Posted on August 25, 2015

Tags: air filter, dust collector, polyester felt, polyester felt filter, Blog

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