Do you have a dust collection system installed in your industrial facility? If not, you might not be in compliance with all of the standards established by the EPA, OSHA, and the NFPA. You also might be making life harder than it has to be on your employees. Check out some of the biggest benefits of installing dust collection systems in your establishment.
It will keep your employees safe and make them more comfortable.
If you don’t have a dust collection system in your facility, the air quality is probably not very good. This could have a big impact on your employees, especially if they’re breathing dust particles in all day long. It can also make your employees very uncomfortable when they have to walk around with glasses and masks on all day long to avoid dust. With a dust collection system, you can make your facility more comfortable as a whole for them.
It will reduce the chances of dust causing a fire or explosion.
When dust is left to float through the air, it can cause some very dangerous reactions with other things in the air. You could potentially start a fire or cause a big explosion if you have don’t collect the dust and keep it out of the air. You never know when this might happen, so it’s best to avoid allowing dust to linger by using a dust collection system.
It will save money.
Dust can cost you money in a number of different ways. You can rack up fines and penalties due to having too much dust in your facility. You can also open your company up to lawsuits by exposing your employees to dust. You can even see your bottom line suffer if you run a manufacturing plant that isn’t able to create as many products as it should due to dust. If nothing else, you should install a dust collection system to ensure your business is generating money and not missing out on it.
If you’re in the process of installing a dust collection system in your facility, R.G. Smith Company can help. We have experience working on all kinds of industrial systems, including food product transfer systems and dust collection systems. Call us at 330-456-3415 or 419-524-4778 to see what we can do for you.