1. Debunking One More Dust Explosion Myth!

    In our last blog, we considered two myths about dust explosions, showing that just because you can't see the dust doesn't mean it isn't there, and just a little dust is necessary for ignition. If you own a facility, it's important to understand just how dust explosions work so you can protect your property. It's even more important to get the dust out so you and your employees don't have to live w…Read More

  2. Don’t Believe These Myths About Dust Explosions!

    At Baghouse America, we are very familiar with dust. It's kind of our business! We work hard to create industrial dust collector systems that can give industry leaders peace of mind by protecting both their employees and the environment. One of the biggest risk our baghouses eliminate is dust explosions. In today's blog, we're going to debunk three myths about these dangerous incidents in order to…Read More

  3. Why a Baghouse Can Save Your Life

    Any industry that produces raw materials has to deal with dust. Whether it's a sawmill, a metalworking factory, or a fabrication facility, dust is an issue. Additionally, now that OSHA has created standards and rules for handling dust, it's especially important to go the distance when it comes to dust removal. OSHA is involved not only because dust particles can hurt people's lungs; they are worri…Read More

  4. The Importance of Baghouse Air Filters

    Keeping your employees (and yourself) healthy when you run a facility that produces a lot of dust doesn't have to be difficult. At Baghouse America, we are here to help you both keep your people healthy and to stay on the good side of the law. In our last blog, we explored the respiratory system and how incredible it is. It works extremely hard to keep the body healthy. However, it can be overwhel…Read More

  5. Why Your People Need the Help of a Baghouse

    Did you know that coal miners inhale about 1,000 grams of dust in their lifetimes? Incredibly, when their lungs are examined after death, no more than 40 grams of dust are found. It means their lungs evicted about 960 grams of dust - that's over two pounds! The respiratory system is aggressively equipped to reject dust, but it can't prevent all damage. In today's blog, we're going to look at the r…Read More

  6. The Pros and Cons of Baghouses

    In our last blog, we discussed how baghouses physically collect particles. Today, we're going to explore the different types of baghouses and their advantages and disadvantages. Pulse Jet Baghouses In this type of baghouse, the air filters are supported by a cage to keep them from collapsing when dirty air flows into them. Once a bag gets clogged with particles, a burst of air is shot into the b…Read More

  7. Baghouses 101

    Did you know you can invest in your business and the environment at the same time? Even if you're in an industry that produces toxin-laden air, Baghouse America has air filtration systems that can eliminate the problem. Our systems are used around the world, and we are well-known for our dedication to building relationships. Baghouses came as an answer to the massive pollution caused by the indust…Read More

  8. Welcome to the Baghouse America Blog!

    Keeping air clean is an important mission for any industry, and at Baghouse America, we are proud to empower companies around the world to do just that. We take emissions very seriously, because we know they have a direct impact on everything around them. Many industries produce very toxic emissions, and without baghouses, these harmful airborne chemicals pour into the environment. Rather than try…Read More