Is Your Mist Collector Meeting Your Expectations?

Author: Scott O'Malley

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If you have mist collectors, are they meeting your expectations? If not, do you understand exactly why not? Mist and smoke created by a wide variety of industrial, medical, foodservice, and pharmaceutical operations can create a whole host of issues for manufacturers affecting both employers and employees alike!

Is there a constant haze hanging in your plant?  Or does one buildup over the course of a workday or shift? There are two primary approaches to controlling airborne mist and smoke, ambiently or by source capture. Our experts can help you determine which method might be best for your specific situation and preferences. The final solution might even involve a combined solution of both source capture and an unducted system.

Do you think improved indoor air quality might help you retain employees and attract new ones? Let’s face it, today’s employment environment is hyper-competitive to say the least! People want to work in an environment where they feel like their personal health and well-being are important to the company that they work so hard for every day. Clean air is fundamental to that feeling!

Other questions relating to mist collection that you might think about include, but are not limited to:

  • Do you frequently move machines around your shop?
  • Do you have overhead cranes?
  • How many shifts are you operating?
  • Are your floors slippery?
  • Is finished inventory contamination a problem?
  • Are process fires ever an issue for you?

All of these questions and more will have an impact on what type of mist collection system is right for you. Contact us! We would welcome the chance to walk you through these questions and the available options to meet both your requirements and your budget.


Key blog takeaways

  • Mist and smoke created by a wide variety of industrial, medical, foodservice, and pharmaceutical operations can create a whole host of issues for manufacturers affecting both employers and employees alike!
  • There are two primary approaches to controlling airborne mist and smoke, ambiently or by source capture.
  • People want to work in an environment where they feel like their personal health and well-being are important to the company that they work so hard for every day.

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If you're in need of technical product assistance on existing equipment, please contact us by phone as you will get a response more quickly: (440) 543-1900. Thank you.

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