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How Dust Collectors and Air Handlers Can Benefit from Condition Monitoring

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Particulate buildup can be a problem in industrial processes ranging from wood processing to painting to grit blasting. Excess deposits can cause problems with the equipment and the product, alike. This can affect product quality and trigger premature failure in equipment. Therefore, dust collectors and other air handlers are commonly used to remove these particulates.

The need for environmental safety and removal of harmful or even explosive particulates makes air handler and dust collector condition monitoring a necessity.

 

Why Operators Need to Implement Continuous Dust Collector and Air Handler Condition Monitoring

Certain particles are strictly regulated by government agencies and operators may be required by law to maintain lower levels to comply with environmental laws or occupational safety. As a result, there is a higher cost of failure and potential penalties making dust collectors ideal candidates for vibration monitoring. Should a dust collector or air handler motor fail, the environment may become unsafe, resulting in a shutdown.

However, dust collectors are often overlooked in favor of monitoring other equipment because they may not be part of direct production and they are typically located at the edge of the plant. More than likely, they are remote devices not connected to the rest of the factory network. Online dust collector condition monitoring systems, particularly those that take advantage of existing infrastructure communications infrastructure, make monitoring viable and economically feasible. Dust collector and air handler vibration analysis through the use of reliable equipment will ultimately help save money and time while ensuring that facilities adhere to safety standards.

Keep Systems Working with a Remote Air Handler and Dust Collector Condition Monitoring Solution

Through the use of online dust collector and air handler vibration monitoring systems, you can prevent issues before they have the chance to occur. As a result, you’ll benefit from more efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and safety as your facilities remain clear of potentially harmful particulate.