As part of a regular preventative maintenance program, customers can also request a visit from bonded and insured technicians to perform either a dust collector inspection or service. We help you understand what’s included and the differences between an inspection versus a service.
22 Point Inspection
A well maintained dust collector ensures your system is performing at peak efficiency. It’s also critical to minimizing unscheduled plant downtime and the wear and tear of your dust collector parts. As part of a regular preventative maintenance program, customers can also request a visit from bonded and insured technicians to perform either a dust collector inspection. An inspection typically includes an analysis of your dust collector and its most vital parts, a written report, and recommended corrective actions to solve any issues. An inspection may also include an exam of the following:
- Overall status of dust collector(s)
- Compressed air system for leaks
- Regulator pressure
- Air Shut off valve is sealed and is properly working
- Solenoids firing properly
- Diaphragm Valves firing properly
- Couplings are sealed
- Magnehelic is working properly
- Fan Vibration readings
- Bearing Temperatures
- And more
Dust Collector Service
Different from an inspection, a service on a dust collector system includes bonded and insured technicians performing a change out or corrective actions. This can include the following:
- Changing filters
- Seal minor air leaks
- Repair or replace damaged solenoids, valves, or diaphragm kits
- Any other repairs or troubleshooting needed on a baghouse – for example, vibration issues with a system after a filter change
Dust Collector Inspection and Service Questions
If you are looking for an inspection or service from a supplier, here are some of the most common questions asked before receiving a formal proposal and costs.
- What type of service or troubleshooting are you requesting?
- Where will the service take place?
- What type of dust are you filtering? Is it hazardous? Is special safety equipment required?
- Are there any current issues with your filters?
- Is there any special training or background checks needed before entering a facility?
- When would you like to have the service performed? What are the permitted service hours (evening or day work, weekends only, etc.)?
For more information on inspections or services for your dust collector, you can contact a USAF account manager at 888-221-0312 or also email [email protected] Also included below is a link to our comprehensive dust collector maintenance eBook that can be downloaded.