On the surface, wood dust seems harmless. It is a natural byproduct of woodworking projects, and it even smells good. But did you know that it can be dangerous? According to OSHA:
“Exposure to wood dust has long been associated with a variety of adverse health effects, including dermatitis, allergic respiratory effects, mucosal and nonallergic respiratory effects, and cancer.”
Wood comes from nature so these claims may seem far-fetched, but natural chemicals in the wood, or other substances such as bacteria, molds and fungi can have a negative impact on your health.
While everyone knows that SmogHog electrostatic precipitators, manufactured by Parker Hannifin, are the industry leaders in ESP technology, the expense of the unit can sometimes be hard to justify. Here are seven cost-saving benefits of purchasing a SmogHog ESP unit.
The SmogHog SHM Mist Collector system effectively removes the mist and smoke produced by working with metals in the various metalworking industries such as die casting, heat treating, metal extrusion, and many more, primarily due to the PEACH® Saturated Depth Coalescing™ media that is specifically engineered to capture and drain oil mist and coolant contaminants.
Industrial processes such as welding, soldering, and plasticizing generate fumes that can be harmful (even deadly) and need to be managed through a fume extractor. But what should you look for in a high-quality fume extractor?
There are a lot of DustHog dust collector parts companies out there, so how do you select the best one to provide parts and dust media filtration products for your dust collection system? Here are four qualities to look for in a superior dust collector parts company:
Restaurants, diners, coffee-shops and other establishments that cook food for customers all have kitchens that feature commercial kitchen exhaust filtration systems. But which one is the best one for your restaurant? There are two basic types of commercial cooking exhaust system configurations to consider.
Different types of electrostatic precipitator systems have been around for over 100 years, but how does an electrostatic precipitator work?
A mist collector is another name for electrostatic precipitator collector. Because the exhaust emitted by industrial processes is typically smoke, fumes and/or mist, the name is accurate for what the electrostatic precipitator (ESP) mist collector does.
The Smog-Hog PSG series commercial cooking exhaust systems are some of the most popular products we offer at Matrix Systems. Here are a few of the features that our customers like about them.