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Collector Catastrophes: Avoiding the Top Dust System Maintenance Failures
This webinar is part of Canadian Biomass and Canadian Forest Industries' Dust Safety Week 2021. Dust Safety Week wouldn’t be complete without addressing maintenance. Maintaining a dust system is a serious and ongoing part of every fibre processing facility’s routine, but learning about maintenance best practices doesn’t have to be dry. This FREE 60-minute webinar, presented by VETS Sheet Metal’s dust collection specialist Francis Petit, P.Eng., plays off the popular ‘fail army’ videos to explore the top areas of maintenance ‘failures’ that can affect the efficiency and safety of your systems. Correcting these top maintenance oversights will support the safety of your team, your facility and your operation. Petit has been designing dust collection systems for over a decade and has collaborated with VETS' hands-on project management team to capture and address the most frequent maintenance issues encountered onsite.

Thanks to our sponsors VETS Sheet Metal, Biomass Engineering & Equipment, Fagus GreCon and Fike for making this webinar possible.

Francis Petit is an engineer for non-engineers and engineers alike! He shares his knowledge eloquently with as much detail as his audience wants while adding real life stories to his presentations. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Sherbooke, Que., and has developed a specialization in dust abatement systems. Petit has more than 10 years’ experience in design, engineering and installation of dust collection and industrial HVAC ventilation systems.

This webinar is part of Canadian Biomass and Canadian Forest Industries’ fifth annual Dust Safety Week happening June 21-25, sponsored by VETS Group, Biomass Engineering & Equipment and Fagus Grecon. Check out more content at www.canadianbiomassmagazine.ca/dust-safety-week.

Jun 25, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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