Remtech's specialized cleaning techniques ensure compliance with Insurance company requirements that require compliance with OSHA 's Directive #: CPL 03-00-008 Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program and NFPA 654 Standard for the Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions from the Manufacturing, Processing, and Handling of Combustible Particulate Solids.
Remtech's Specialized Combustible Dust Cleaning Equipment includes:
◆ High lift and elevated scaffolding with fall protection
◆ Static controlled HEPA vacuum truck particulate removal
◆ Grounded and Bonded HEPA vacuum cleaning
◆ Pressure Washing
◆ HEPA air cleaning and exhaust systems
◆ Wet cleaning floor scrubbers
Combustible dusts that provide fuel for fires or explosions are frequently organic or metal dusts that are finely ground into very small particles, fibers, fines, chips, chunks, flakes, or a small mixtures. Types of dusts include, metal dust, such as aluminum and magnesium; wood dust; plastic dust; biosolids; organic dust, such as sugar, paper, soap, and dried blood; and dusts from certain textiles.
Five Conditions are Required for a Dust Explosion:
◆ combustible dust fuel present
◆ dust suspended in air at high concentration
◆ oxidant is present
◆ ignition source is present
◆ area is confined or enclosed in a building
Sources of Dust Ignition Include:
◆ electrostatic discharge
◆ electrical arcing
◆ hot surfaces
◆ auto ignition
Combustible dust cleaning removes the fuel for explosions. Remtech uses static controlled and grounded, and dust suppression systems to ensure that combustible dusts are removed safely.
Serving Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida
Remtech specializes in combustible dust cleaning and fugitive dust removal from manufacturing and facilities producing chemicals, carpets, textiles, food, sugar, forestry and furniture products, processing wastewater, metal processing, paper products, pharmaceuticals, and recycling operations (metal, paper, and plastic).
Remtech's professionals are trained in the removal of fine dust particulates that can accumulate and cause potential fire or explosion hazards.