What Benefits Mist Collection Systems Provide to Businesses

Metalworking Mist Particulates Controlled by Mist Collectors

If you own a business in an industry that works with abrasive, combustible, or hazardous materials, you know the importance of keeping your workers and equipment safe. Smoke, mist, and fumes can cause serious health and environmental problems and damage to machines and processes. Mist collection systems can provide the necessary protection. At Matrix Systems we work with the best equipment manufacturers and provide you with the right mist collection system your facility and air quality need.

This technology captures and filters particulates out of the air, so your business can operate safely and efficiently. You can improve air quality, reduce equipment maintenance costs, and increase productivity with the right mist collection system.

What are Mist Collection Systems?

Mist collection systems are designed to collect smoke and mist particles that are often too small to be removed by ordinary air filtration systems. Mist collection systems can be used in various industries, from metalworking to manufacturing. They can also be used in laboratories and medical settings, where clean air is imperative to prevent contamination.

While each system has its own advantages and disadvantages, they all help clean the air in your facility.

What Industries Need Mist Collection Systems?

Any industry that produces combustible, abrasive, or hazardous materials or that generates excessive amounts of dust will likely benefit from installing a mist collection system.

Some industries where mist collection systems are highly recommended include:

Benefits of Mist Collection Systems

The Importance of Proper Installation

No matter how effective your mist collection system is, it won’t do its job properly if it isn’t properly installed. A poorly installed system can increase the amount of smoke and mist particles in the air. This can be hazardous for your workers and costly in maintenance.

To ensure your mist collection system is installed correctly, hire us as your reputable contractor who has experience in the industry and with this type of system. If you want to maximize the benefits of a mist collection system and protect your health and equipment, you must ensure it is installed properly.

How to Choose the Right Mist Collection System

When selecting a mist collection system, it’s important to identify the potential sources of dust or mist in your facility and decide how you want to deal with them. Each system has its advantages and disadvantages and finding one that is a good fit for your facility can help you get the most out of the system.

At Matrix Systems, we offer support to find the right mist collector system for your facility and air quality needs.

Mist Collection System Maintenance

As with any equipment, regular maintenance is key to keeping your mist collection system in good condition. This can include cleaning (or replacing) filters, adjusting heights, and maintaining electrical equipment. Neglecting these maintenance tasks can lead to system breakdowns, reduced efficiency, and higher repair costs.

Regular maintenance is crucial if your mist collection system continues operating in peak condition and protecting your workers and equipment.

Mist Collectors Improve Workplace Air Quality

Mist collection systems are an important safety and health investment for many industries. They can reduce the amount of smoke and mist particles in the air, protect workers from harmful substances, and protect equipment from damage. They can also reduce maintenance costs and increase productivity.

When selecting a mist collection system, it’s important to identify the sources of airborne particles and decide how you want to deal with them. Maintaining the system to continue operating in peak conditions is also crucial. Finally, it’s important to consider the costs of a mist collection system when making purchasing decisions.

Contact us in the Bay Area at (510) 822-5167 for support in choosing the right mist collection system for your facility and industry. Contact our Sacramento Valley and Northern Nevada offices at (530) 273-5474. You can also email us at mquinlan@2mxs.com or message us through our online contact form.