Controlling dust in a manufacturing facility is a key step in improving air quality. Besides safeguarding the health of your employees, improving air quality leads to increased worker productivity and other benefits, as well. A study examining the impact of indoor air pollution on worker productivity in the United States found a 4.2% improvement in productivity when air pollution was reduced by 10 ppb (parts per billion). Additionally, poor indoor air quality causes six added lost workdays per year for every ten employees.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has estimated the annual nationwide cost savings related to increased air quality could be $15 billion. These savings would come from efficiency and productivity improvements, cost reductions in operations and maintenance and reduced incidence of property damage.
A variety of solutions exists today to contain airborne dust and contaminants. Whether your facility’s processes involve metals, chemicals or other materials, RoboVent’s range of breakthrough dust collectors will change the way you think about keeping your facility clean. Our dust collection systems are used successfully in hundreds of applications covering a wide variety of industries.
Abrasive blasting operations produce a wide variety of dusts, and RoboVent has the expertise and equipment needed to clean the air of any operation.
RoboVent’s powerful dust collectors protect workers from aluminum dust, while protecting facilities from potentially catastrophic dust explosions.
Blast rooms are great resources but need topnotch dust collectors to reach their potential. RoboVent understands blasting operations and the air quality issues involved.
Carbon black is a fine powder used in the manufacture of many common products, such as tires. This powder is an inhalation risk tied to pulmonary and respiratory problems.
RoboVent understands the needs of cast iron grinding operations and produces dust collectors to protect workers and safeguard facilities.
Chemical dusts are more dangerous than most, but RoboVent's decades of experience allow us to deliver the most effective solution for even the most difficult challenge.
The volatile mix of chemicals and fine particulates in fertilizer dust is a danger that RoboVent is well suited to address through our comprehensive dust-collection systems.
Fibrous glass particulates, like those associated with fiberglass fine grinding, can be a health hazard in dust form. RoboVent specializes in solutions for these kinds of concerns.
RoboVent understands food processing facilities and the importance of capturing dust in order to protect workers, ensure product purity and comply with regulations.
Fumed silica particles can travel far and wide, but RoboVent understands how to control ambient dust through powerful, efficient air filtration.
Glass-making ingredients produce dusts that are a current regulatory focus, but RoboVent can solve these air quality challenges quickly and cost effectively.
Graphite dust poses a respiratory threat to workers, but RoboVent can design and implement an air quality solution to meet the challenge.