The Importance of Oil Mist Filtration

The Importance of Oil Mist Filtration

November 2, 2018

The Importance of  Industrial Oil Mist Filtration What is Oil Mist? Removing oil mist and oil mist collection is an important aspect of any workplace. It not only provides cleanliness, but also eliminates any safety hazards. Oil mist turns into an oily substance on equipment and products when left to hinder on its own. Metalworking shops […]

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Automotive Manufacturer Solves for Lack of Floor Space

October 31, 2018

AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURER INTRODUCES OVERHEAD HOOD SYSTEM A large Midwest Automotive Manufacturer was revamping a portion of their facility with all new robots, automated welding and small manual welding stations. Lack of floor space was a big concern for the company and wanted to utilize the free overhead space for their air filtration solution. A large […]

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Air Filtration Creates School Safety

October 31, 2018

HIGH SCHOOLS – WELDING, AUTOMOTIVE & WOOD SHOPS Many high schools have restructured their welding, automotive and woods programs to get students more interested in each field. With that come upgrades to the shop areas to provide a safer, better learning experience for the students. Several schools were looking at large central systems and decided […]

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All About Robotic and Automated Welding

October 17, 2018

The advantages and disadvantages of robotic and automated welding. There are some big advantages to utilizing automated welding in your business, including, more consistent welds, increased output, decreased scrap and decreased variable labor costs. In other words, you can decrease your cost while improving QA and process control, so why not? While there are definite […]

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Common Chemicals in Composite Manufacturing

October 17, 2018

Composite Dust has It’s Hazards While the chemicals used, and the byproducts created from composite manufacturing can vary, there are some common chemicals found in composite manufacturing that you should be aware of as a business and an employee. Silica dust is a very small particle and is common to construction sites, soil, sand, concrete, masonry, […]

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Industrial Maid Donates to UNL Innovation Campus

August 12, 2018

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN – INNOVATION CAMPUS MAKER’S SPACE The new Maker’s Space, located on the Innovation Campus in Lincoln, is the dream of Dr. Shane Farritor – a mechanical engineering professor, who had this experience in college at MIT. Students of all disciplines can join the Maker’s Space to do design work and create projects […]

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Bread and Bakery Shop Eliminates Flour Dust and Debris

August 12, 2018

COMMERCIAL AIR CLEANERS – BAKERY FLOUR DUST An Artisan Bread and Baking company approached Industrial Maid with a flour dust concern in their mixing area. The company had no current means of filtration or exhaust in place. The employees that worked in that area were wearing respiratory mask and complained of the air quality. The […]

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Welding and Technical Training Center Introduces Fume Collection System

August 12, 2018

WELDING & TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER A Northeast Nebraska Technical Training Center was in need of a new fume collection system for their remodeled welding training area. A system was needed that could be installed inside and could be used for up to 14 stations. Previously they had electrostatic units in place that became outdated and […]

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Metal Fabrication Company Desires Clean Environment

August 12, 2018

AMBIENT AIR CLEANERS – WELDING BAY A metal fabrication company located in southeast Nebraska built a new 41,250 square foot fabrication facility in 2006. The facility is air-conditioned and the owner wanted to try to keep the air environment clean from start-up. In one area of the building they have a 4,200 square foot welding […]

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Mining Manufacturer Cleans up Welding Area

August 12, 2018

MINING MANUFACTURER – T-SERIES A large mining manufacturer and rebuild facility recently decided to spruce up their two welding bay areas. The company already had some stations with source capture arms and collectors, but was not pleased with how they were performing. They looked at several solutions that might be a more efficient and cost […]

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