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Case Study: Cornmeal Recovery Vacuum System for Large Bakeries

A large bakery asked Ruwac USA for an industrial vacuum system solution tailored for its primary manufacturing facility that would not only aid in the recovery and reuse of fine ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Silica Dust?

As Dust In Case recently discussed, OSHA has introduced revisions to its existing Silica Dust Rules that update standards for modern concrete and general industry to improve the health and ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Lead Dust?

Previously on Dust In Case, we’ve looked at selecting the right type of vacuum to safely remove gunpowder at firing ranges. Gunpowder dust’s dangers go beyond just combustibility, however, and ...

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WorkSafeBC Continues to Crack Down on Canadian Wood Dust Violators

Frustratingly, the Canadian wood manufacturing industry, which is concentrated primarily throughout British Columbia, continues to struggle with implementing combustible wood dust safety, and if a recent string of fines by ...

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OSHA Issues New Silica Dust Rule

As discussed earlier here on DustInCase, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has revised its rulings to crystalline silica dust exposure to workers in the construction, maritime and hydraulic ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Mold Remediation?

Spring is just around the corner, and while the warmer weather and longer days are welcome, the winter thaw brings with it unwanted precipitation and unexpected leaks that can result ...

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Canadian Wood Industry Continues to Struggle With Combustible Dust

Combustible dust hazards have been plaguing the wood and sawmill industries for years now throughout Canada where there is a large forest industry. In 2012, dozens of fires and explosions ...

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The Facts on OSHA’s Proposed Crystalline Silica Dust Rule

Crystalline silica is naturally found in soil, sand, granite, and many other minerals used within the concrete industry. Millions of U.S. workers in high risk jobs such as abrasive blasting, ...

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Which Vacuum Should I Use for Welding Dust?

Welding and metalworking jobs can produce a byproduct of dusts, fumes and gases that can create housekeeping nuisances throughout a facility, as well as pose both health and combustible dust ...

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More Words of Combustible Dust Caution at Powder Parties

Since Dust In Case initially brought you the news of a combustible dust accident at a color run in Taiwan that killed dozens and left hundreds injured, it seems that ...