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Webinar: Upgrading a Dust Collection System

Diane Cave P.Eng, regional manager of Eastern Canada, Element6 Solutions, will present “Upgrading a Dust Collection System” as part of Powder & Bulk Solids’ DryPro webinar series.

On Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 2 p.m. Eastern/11 a.m. Pacific, Diane Cave P.Eng, regional manager of Eastern Canada, Element6 Solutions, will present “Upgrading a Dust Collection System” as part of Powder & Bulk Solids’ DryPro webinar series.

Over time, processes change and so should your dust collection system. This webinar will examine the parameters that need to be looked at in a dust collection system to ensure it will meet the requirements of process changes. Topic that will be covered will be dust collector, fan, and duct sizing, as well as case studies.

Cave has spent the past 16 years working with the design, installation, and retrofitting of dust collection systems in industries ranging from sawmills and grain installations to food and beverage and specialty chemicals. Her expertise covers all aspects of dust collection systems, from troubleshooting system issues to upgrading systems to meet current codes and standards. Cave has also assessed hundreds of dust collection systems for combustible dust hazards using the latest NFPA codes and standards. She can also provide advice and design experience for explosion protection systems, vessel retrofits, Pred verification, and static bonding and grounding. Cave has a degree in Chemical Engineering from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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