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Installing a Dust Control Booth in One Day

“We installed the system ourselves in one day!” Encapsulating or isolating high dust generating areas within a larger fabrication and assembly plant is a highly effective means to improve indoor air quality.  Because of worker movement and the assembly/fabrication...

Quieting Interior Rooms in an Industrial Facility

Industrial noise control projects are typically addressed with heavy-duty fabrications attached to or encapsulating process machinery to meet sound attenuation requirements.  But, not infrequently, there are factory interior workspaces that need reduced noise levels...

Hybrid Mixture Dust and Explosion Mitigation

Explosion mitigation of combustible dusts is designed around explosion panels, chemical suppression systems and explosion isolation as defined by applicable National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards.  When tested, each dust has explosibility values that...

Noise Enclosures Bring Sound Levels into Compliance

Rotating machinery often produces high levels of sound that are easily identified as point sources of noise in a facility.  The machine design, materials being processed, and location of equipment are all factors contributing to an objectionable noise level. Noise...

Foundry Extends Baghouse Life by a Factor of 6

SysTech Design was called in to provide technical support to a foundry located in central Pennsylvania that was losing valuable production time due to “plugged filters” in their baghouse. The baghouse is used to reclaim a sand-type product that is cooked off during...

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