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August 31, 2017
Have you ever tried to run a bend and every time it turns out creased and wrinkled? Here’s a few ways to fix it.
Bending a tube requires accuracy and precision. Every detail matters when making a smooth bend. Choosing the correct size bender, the correct tooling set, and correct style of bender are all important factors.
Having the right size bender is the first thing to ensure...
August 4, 2017
There is widespread marketing to convince buyers that cartridge-type dust collectors are the new and improved way to collect dust. There are many applications very well suited to cartridge-type filtration.
While the stereotype is that baghouses are old fashioned, experienced engineers know, that they excel in certain applications.
Bag filter dust collectors are particularly useful in...
July 20, 2017
There are many types of fans, including material handling fans, backward inclined fans and pressure type fans. The fan creates the air movement within a dust collection system. With a material handling fan, it not only moves the air but also is capable of moving the material.
Material Handling Fans Capabilities:
Handles Abrasives: Material handling fans are built for heavy duty applications...
June 9, 2017
The varying words and definitions that describe the world of bending:
Tube Terminology PART 1: Tool-set
Have you ever tried to describe tube bender tooling without the proper terminology? It can get interesting very fast. From phrases like “Mandrel”, “Bendy-Thing”, and “Pressure Die”, this blog will help make every tooling conversation going forward...
May 4, 2017
A functioning and efficient pulse clean system will extend filter life and minimize operating costs. Make sure your pulse cleaning system is effective without wasting compressed air.
Troubleshooting tips for your dust collector’s pulse clean system
Check the pressure in the air manifold – should be 85-100 psi – clean, dry air, with sufficient volume to maintain pressure
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