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  • As we approach the end of 2017, it’s that time of year when budget sheets are reviewed and plans are made. While this budget money is available, it is important that it is used in a way that can benefit the company as well as the staff...
  • The cleaning system on a pulse-type dust collector relies on compressed air. Compressed air often contains small amounts of moisture. When cold weather settles in...
  • It is not uncommon for people to think their dust collector is not working correctly when the reality is that the duct design is adversely affecting performance. Properly sizing the dust collector for the application is critical, but the proper duct design ultimately determines whether the final installed dust collector meets your needs.
  • Are you one of those companies with numerous portable dust collectors sprinkled throughout your operation? We can help you determine what type of dust collection your facility needs as it is an important calculation to get right. There are reasons that a central dust collection system can give you a better result.
  • Indoors or Outdoors: Should my Dust Collector be located outdoors or can I install it inside my building?
  • Dust collector fires appear in the news frequently; ACT Dust Collectors doesn’t want you to become the next headline!
  • If you have a dust collector at your facility, we recommend a daily, monthly, quarterly and yearly maintenance checklist. Simple cleaning and maintenance tasks can extend not only improve the performance of your unit but can extend the life of your system.
    What should be done and when? Click the link below for a general guideline to keep your ACT Dust Collector working at its optimum power; or contact...
  • Learn about static pressure, what causes static pressure in a dust collector, and why it is important.
  • In certain industries the air you and your employees breathe in on a daily basis can be compromised. Dust collectors remove contaminants from the air, providing cleaner air, which can provide numerous benefits.
  • There are many different reasons for choosing to buy American-made products, including Dust Collectors. US jobs, less carbon footprint, less pollution, and quality. One of the main reasons for a dust collector is TIME.
  • OSHA is now changing their silica dust regulations, which involves reducing the permissible exposure limit to crystalline silicone. Will this affect your facility?
  • Find out what an air-to-cloth ratio is and how to calculate it for your dust collector to gain valuable insight into your filter life.
  • Find out the different types of popular fans used in dust collectors and how the A.C.T. Dust Collectors team can help you with choosing the correct fan for your application.
  • Find out how a reverse pulse filter cleaning system works.
  • Is your dust collector not working properly? Find out some reasons why it may not be performing as designed and what you can do about it.
  • Find out how often to check your filters and how to figure out whether they need to be replaced.

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