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An Optimized Approach to Dust Control in Grain Elevators and Terminals

Over 18 billion bushels of grain are produced and moved through grain handling systems in the US each year. The ability of the United States to feed its populace and livestock, support the biofuels movement, and export excess grain to emerging markets is a point of national pride and strength. The infrastructure for moving grain from one point to another includes small country elevators, larger elevators, large grain terminals, trucks, trains, barges, and ocean going shipping vessels. And every time grain is moved from one of these points to another, dust is generated. Dust which must be controlled, captured, and contained. Read the full article.

 

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Dust Collectors

Understanding Conveying Velocities to Save Money on Dust Collection

Troubleshooting Dust Collector On-Demand Cleaning Systems

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Cost-Effective Dust Collector Placement Strategies

Think Smaller and Smarter about Baghouse Dust Collection

Cleaner Air with Advances in Baghhouse Technology

Differential Pressure: What it is and why you should care

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Sizing Ducting for Dust Collectors

Optimizing Dust Collector Filter Cleaning Technology

Understanding RF Baghouse Inlet Differences

Filter Cartridges

Think Twice Before Cleaning Your Dust Collection Filters

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Pleated Bag Filters: Problem Solvers in the Grain, Feed & Seed Industries

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