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CWA National Seminar 2017

March 16, 2017 CWB Group Nisku Learning Centre 206- 19th Ave Nisku Industrial Park Nisku, AB T9E 0W8 Canada

Canadian Emissions Regulations

Rebates Help Canadian Manufacturers Meet Environmental Regulations by Duncan Beaumont New environmental regulations with stricter air pollution standards are pushing manufacturers in Ontario and other provinces to reduce emissions of eight common industrial contaminants. Is your facility in compliance? If you are still using an exhaust and makeup air system as your only solution to … Continue reading "Canadian Emissions Regulations"

6 Source Capture Options for Weld Fume Extraction

Which Method Is Right for You? There is a variety of source capture weld fume extraction equipment available today, and it can be difficult to know which specific type is best for you. We broke down the six most popular types, including pros and cons, and one method you should absolutely avoid. 1.     Backdraft Hoods … Continue reading "6 Source Capture Options for Weld Fume Extraction"

Proper Weld Fume Extractor and Welder Positioning

Proper Weld Fume Extractor and Welder Positioning for Source Capture Maximizing Indoor Air Quality for Your Welders To get the best results from a source capture system, proper positioning of both the weld fume extractor and the welder are an important, but often overlooked, consideration. To maximize effectiveness and get the most from your investment, … Continue reading "Proper Weld Fume Extractor and Welder Positioning"

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RoboVent Mobile Dust Collectors deployed in the oil fields of Alberta, Canada.

Recently, RoboVent’s mobile dust collectors were featured in POWERSOURCE, a publication of John Deere Power Systems. John Deere-built motors power the blowers and air compressors on the RoboVent systems. Reliability is key for both the engine and the collector; especially in the fields of Alberta, where temperatures can reach minus 40 degrees Celcius.

From the article:
“According to Minnesota’s Department of Natural Resources, a single fracked well can require 10,000 tons of industrial silica sand. Moving large volumes of sand produces a lot of dust as truckload after truckload of sand is loaded into sand movers…”

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