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  • Date : 16 / 10 / 2017
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  • Comments : Comments Off on How to Improve Your Fabrication Shop with a Portable Clean Room Enclosure
Fabricators working at various stages in the supply chain, from contract brazers to top-tier aerospace suppliers, need portable clean room enclosures that can help them manage the processes they use to create their products — as well as improve the efficiency of their shops. For operations that have to be performed in controlled atmospheres, not having a clean room is simply unacceptable. In the absence of one, there has historically been a choice between two alternatives: turn one’s entire facility i. . .
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  • Date : 25 / 09 / 2017
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  • Comments : Comments Off on 4 Operations Every Metal Fabricator Should Contain with an Industrial Air Filtration System
Shops that make fabricated metal products, do fabricated plate work, or engage in fabricated structural metal manufacturing cut, grind, weld, and finish metal. These operations release particulates and fumes into the shop environment. Containing them with an industrial air filtration system can ensure compliance with environmental regulations, benefit employee health, and reduce downtime. Below we take a closer look at four key operations employed by most metal fabricators and discuss how an industrial ai. . .
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  • Date : 25 / 08 / 2017
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  • Comments : Comments Off on Dust Control Solutions for Wind Turbine Rotor Blade Manufacturing
Wind turbine rotor blade manufacturing involves incessant grinding passes that create large quantities of particulate and require innovative dust control solutions. Rotor blades usually range between 30 and 60 meters long. Made by layering thousands of thin filaments impregnated with epoxy resin, the rotor blades have to be reduced to the proper dimensions and prepared to accept the next layer of material via grinding, often on a daily basis. Each typical grinding pass can discharge up to one kilo of dust. . .
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