Metalworking - PulsePak Prime Start Up
Metalworking | PulsePak Prime Start Up
CNC plasma cutting machines are used extensively in metalworking. They give manufacturers the ability to quickly, accurately and repeatedly cut complex shapes out of metal sheets, ranging in thickness from a quarter to several inches. A high energy plasma cutting torch will generate significant volumes of metal debris, with some of the fine particles capable of becoming airborne.
Window Manufacturer
Case Study | Chemical | OptiFlo Upgrade
Fiberglass is listed as one of the U.S. ccupational Health and Safety Administration’s (OSHA) priority safety and health hazards because the fibers can be inhaled. This inhalation often occurs during manufacturing or installation. If inhaled, fiberglass dust can cause several health hazards, including irritation to the eyes, ears and throat, breathing difficulty and cough.
Optiflow Pipe Workers Breathe Easier
Optiflo for Oil and Gas Industry
A manufacturer of polyurethane pipes, intended for use in the oil and gas industry, had a problem with nuisance dust stemming from various processes along their production lines. These fine polyurethane particulates were generated from their grinding, sanding, polishing and buffing operations.
woodworking
Helping Future Woodworkers Breath Easier
In 2012, Green River Community College and the State of Washington initiated a plan to build a new state-of-the-art community college focused on training skilled woodworking professionals. The goal was to teach aspiring woodworkers the art of woodworking, design and craftsmanship while providing hands-on training.
Good Health Starts with Optiflo-3
Good Health Starts with AAF OptiFlo®
The pharmaceutical industry presents a unique challenge with regards to dust collection. Many of the materials involved in pharmaceutical production can be harmful to workers. Additionally, the industry is driven to ensure the purity of their products; so any source of contamination must be contained and eliminated.