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Combustible Dust Compliance
Combustible Dust

Combustible Dust Compliance

One of the more serious considerations in industrial settings is dealing with combustible dust compliance and the hazards that are associated with it. Obviously you want to make sure your employees and your facility is safe, but you also want to stay in compliance with OSHA standards.

Understanding Combustible Dust

To really be able to combat combustible dust it is best to really understand what they are. When combustible dust gets suspended in the air under the right conditions in the right environments, they can present an extremely dangerous hazard that can result in an explosion.

 

Find more information about combustible dust and how to combat the issue of fires or explosions.

 

Fortunately, you can purchase NFPA/OSHA compliance packages through Spartan Air that will alleviate this dangerous hazard.

Wet Dust Collectors

A way to combat combustible dust is to have wet dust collectors. Even if you currently have such a system in place, you may need an upgrade to stay up with federal regulations or even if your business volume demands it. Wet dust collectors come in a variety of systems, and Spartan Air has a solution that can fit your needs to reduce hazards associated with wet dust.

Helping You Stay in OSHA Combustible Dust Compliance

With numerous components to ensure your people and facility are safe, and that you are in compliance, please feel free to Contact us and we can discuss a number of wet dust collection systems that can provide you with all those things. As with other air purification systems and solutions, Spartan Air Purification will gladly do a site visit, offer an assessment of your facility’s combustible dust situation, and give you an estimate for a project.

 

Not sure if we serve your area? Spartan Air Purification serves the following locations and surrounding areas for your weld fume collection systems: In Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh – Harrisburg – Reading – Scranton – Wilkes-Barre – Williamsport – Erie - New Jersey: Trenton – Berlin - Maryland: Baltimore - Delaware: Newark

Combustible Dust Compliance