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Simple, Proven Methods to Ensure Your Dust Collection System Controls Your Dust Emissions

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Jack E. Osborn, senior project engineer, Airdusco EDS, will present "Simple, Proven Methods to Ensure Your Dust Collection System Controls Your Dust Emissions"

On Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 2 p.m. Eastern/11 a.m. Pacific, Jack Osborn, senior project engineer, Airdusco Engineering and Design Services LLC, will present "Simple, Proven Methods to Ensure Your Dust Collection System Controls Your Dust Emissions" as part of Powder & Bulk Solids DryPro webinar series.

Too often dust collection systems are considered mystical, ineffective, and a waste of capital and maintenance expense.  Yet, common sense does apply even to dust collection systems. This presentation will offer the attendee proven methods to either improve your existing system or to assure your new system does what it is designed to accomplish, control dust emissions. One hour of your time will give you the knowledge needed to achieve this goal.

Osborn has 45+ years experience in the concept, design, project management, start-up, and operations/maintenance for an extensive range of mechanical equipment systems, including dust collection, ventilation, bulk handling mechanical systems (pneumatic and mechanical), storage, weighing, mixing, batching, etc. He is also a member of all six NFPA committees on combustible dusts (61, 484, 652, 654, 664, and correlating).

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