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Quick Facts About Electrical Fire Hazards

This article is Part 5 of our “Quick Facts About Fire Hazards” series. Check out the other posts on combustible dust, hot work, flammable and combustible liquids and gases, and equipment and machinery hazards. Anywhere electrical wires exist, so does an electrical...

Combustible Dust Laws in Canada (Updated)

Updated August 2016 Combustible dust isn’t just a U.S. problem! While OSHA removed a combustible dust standard from their regulatory agenda, other countries are taking their own approach to regulating this clear and present manufacturing danger. In Canada,...

Coffee Bean and Dust Collection with Class II, Division 2 Vacuum

Our newest cleaning challenge features the VHS 110, Class II, Division 2 vacuum collecting coffee beans and potentially combustible coffee dust. This specific application demo involves a filtered pre-separator enabling much higher collection capacity while maintaining...

Silica Dust at a Glance: Answers to 7 FAQ About OSHA’s New Rule

Updated in April 2017, to reflect a 3-month delay in the enforcement of the rule for the construction industry. In March of this year, OSHA announced a new final rule to protect workers exposed to silica dust. As this is the first time silica regulations have been...
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