In many businesses, dust is a common problem. Keeping the workplace clean and free of dust constantly generated can be challenging. One way to help control the dust in a business is to use a dust collector.
What is a Dust Collector, and Why is it Necessary?
A dust collector, specifically, the V-Series from Parker Hannifin, removes dangerous contaminants from the air. Dust is one of the most common byproducts of many businesses, particularly those in metalworking, woodworking, pharmaceuticals, and other manufacturing applications.
Dust collectors like the V-Series can prevent dust from collecting on electrical and mechanical equipment, as well as remove the contaminants that could cause respiratory problems for your employees.
We offer a range of dust collectors that are adaptable to virtually any application, so connecting with us is essential to find the custom engineered dust collection solution that’s right for your business.
Here are a few tips to find the ideal dust collection solution:
- Consider the size of your facility
- How much dust you’re dealing with
- And application’s needs
Dust Collectors are Ideal for Cleaning Up Your Dust
We use Parker Hannifin dust collector technology to offer the highest quality in dust removal. We can help determine the best equipment based on your application and levels of dust at your work location. Using dust collectors like the V-Series offers equipment that comes in different configurations.
The portable equipment like the DustHog VP can move around with your employees. It’s ideal for stationary work stations or if you need to move it to other stations on the work site. They also offer quick filter-changing features like QuickSeal release doors and locking bars.
Dust collectors are used in several industries, and the V-Series, specifically are used in the following applications:
- Material handline
They also have pressure gages that help inform when it is time to change the filter.
How to Choose a Dust Collector that Meets Your Needs
When it comes to choosing a quality dust collector that meets the needs of your application in the work space, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.
First and foremost, you need to make sure that the unit is designed for the specific type of operations that take place in your facility. For example, the portable dust collectors can be used:
- At one work station with the DustHog VP
- As a work surface with heavy-duty integration with the DustHog VB
- In capturing dust at the source with the DustHog VF
Secondly, you need to consider the volume of dust that will be produced during operations. The V-Series may not be the right equipment for the volume of dust produced. Our experts can help you make the right choice.
And lastly, you need to think about the size and layout of your facility so that you can choose a unit that will best fit those needs. But you don’t have to do it alone. Contact us for help choosing the right dust collector for your work environment.
We can engineer the right solution with dust collectors from DustHog.
What are the Benefits of Using a Dust Collector?
Improving air quality is one of the main benefits of using a dust collector. Contaminants in the air can cause various respiratory problems, including asthma and bronchitis. By removing these contaminants from the air, dust collectors can improve the air quality for workers and customers.
Reducing fire risks is another benefit of using a dust collector. Contaminants floating in the air can often be flammable or combustible. If these contaminants come into contact with an ignition source, they can cause a fir to start.
Companies need to use dust collectors because they can help protect workers from inhaling dangerous substances, which would reduce the risk of disease.
Start Using a Dust Collector Today to Keep Your Company’s Business Safe and Healthy
Matrix Systems is available to answer any questions you may have about dust control systems in Sacramento, Bay Area, and Northern Nevada. We offer top quality solutions at competitive rates with excellent service behind it. Call us at (530) 273-5474 or Bay Area customers at (510) 822-5167. Fill out our online contact form or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.