Become an Air-Quality ExpertFebruary 1, 2017
Fumes and particulates created by welding and other industrial manufacturing processes aren’t just unpleasant—they have real health and safety consequences for employees. And, having dirty equipment and facilities can reduce the useful life of capital equipment.
To help manufacturers learn first-hand the scientific and practical lessons required to improve their facilites’ air quality and production processes, RoboVent has launched the Clean Air Academy, first held in January and to be repeated April 18-19, 2017, at its headquarters location in Sterling Heights, MI.
The two-day course is designed to give engineers, facility managers and maintenance staff a solid foundation in the science of air-quality management. Participants will come away armed with the knowledge they need to recognize air-quality problems, evaluate remedy options, make informed equipment selections and maintain a healthy work environment. Price: $995 per person.
Topics on the agenda include characteristics of weld fumes and other contaminants; introduction to industrial hygiene and EPA/OSHA regulations; dust and fume capture and conveying; and spark arrestance and combustible dust.
See also: RoboVent
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