Literature: Dust Collection

See below for all literature and technical resources regarding our bag dump stations.

Case Study: The University of California San Francisco, Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC) Finds Significant Cost Savings in Effective Handling of Waste Bedding Material

Bag Dump Station/Dust CollectionCHALLENGE
The facility, which manages over 55,000 rodent cages, needed a more reliable and cost effective way to dispose of waste bedding, as well as mitigate allergen exposure, and reduce physical injuries to employees due to repetitive lifting, bending and twisting.

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Case Study: Uniformed Services University Health Science Center for Laboratory Animal Medicine Overcomes a Severe Bedding Handling Challenge

Bag Dump Station/Dust CollectionCHALLENGE
A fully operational research laboratory needed a better way for technicians to remove and dispose of more than 1,200 pounds of soiled animal bedding per day.

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Application Review: Biotech Lab Handling Dirty Mice Bedding from Cages with Cleaning Disposal System

Bag Dump Station/Dust Collection with OperatorCHALLENGE
A biotech lab needed an easy and dependable method to handle dirty animal bedding from cages.

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Application Review: Sweets Manufacturer Batching from Standard and Bulk Bags

Bag Dump Station/Dust Collection with OperatorCHALLENGE
A major manufacturer of sweets required a highly versatile system to convey and accurately weigh batches for mixing and discharge into a hopper before final processing into their calcium food supplement.

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Tech Brief: Key Factors of Material Handling Equipment Design and Selection

INTRODUCTION
Successful conveying and handling of dry ingredients requires much more input than understanding a material’s properties, the desired convey rate and distance.

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Tech Brief: Mitigating the Risk of Dust from Bulk Bag Discharge

CHALLENGE
Controlling dust is a constant challenge for any processor that handles dry bulk material. The hazards from dust span the health and safety spectrum from mildly irritating and unclean, to hazardous to health and explosive.

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