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Michigan Combustible Dust

In Michigan manufacturing and production facilities, combustible dust is a significant problem. In addition to causing irreparable damage to sensitive machinery, it serves as a fire and explosion hazard. For these reasons, it is important to invest in regular facility cleaning to prevent accumulation. However, while dust on and near the ground is easy to maintain, dust and debris on and near the ceiling is much harder to remove. For these areas, facility managers must turn to Michigan high surface cleaning processes.

 

Strength H2O Industrial Solutions specializes in Michigan 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).  

 

Strength's highly trained experts are trained in the removal of fine dust particulates that can accumulate and cause potential fire or explosion hazards.  Strength'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.  

 

Strength H2O has performed combustible dust cleaning in a wide array of Michigan facilities and has dealt with many types of combustible dust. Keeping your Michigan facility clean and free of dust hazards can help you keep your workplace safe, and help avoid any regulatory fines.

Specialized Michigan Combustible Dust Cleaning Equipment includes:

  • High lift and elevated scaffolding with fall protection and personal 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

 

Michigan 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 Michigan Dust Explosion:

  • Combustible dust fuel is present
  • Dust suspended in air at high concentration
  • Oxidant is present
  • Ignition source is present
  • Area is confined or enclosed in a building

Michigan Combustible Dust and High Surface Cleaning Services at Strength h2o

Combustible dust poses a significant risk to a wide range of facilities. By investing in a regular cleaning program, facility managers can minimize the hazards associated with dust accumulations. If you need combustible dust and/or Michigan high surface cleaning services, turn to the experts at Strength H2O!

 

Strength H2O has extensive experience in providing combustible dust and high surface cleaning for manufacturing and production facilities throughout Michigan. For most cleaning requests, there is a 10,000 square foot minimum requirement, but not always!

 

Michigan Combustible dust cleaning operations typically involve the use of HEPA-filtered, explosion-proof vacuums and non-spark tools to safely remove loose particulate debris and dust from high ceiling surfaces. Utilizing high reach mechanized equipment, ladders, and scaffolding, Strength H2O technicians are trained to perform the work in compliance with OSHA standards, including proper Fall Protection equipment and requirements.

 

At Strength H2O Industrial Solutions we provide combustible dust cleaning and Michigan high surface cleaning for numerous manufacturing facilities including plastic, metal and wood, computer, printing, food preparation, and other facilities where sensitive materials and equipment must be protected, isolated, and kept clean. This extensive experience has provided us with the knowledge and skills we need to handle nearly any customer’s needs.

Combustible Dust FAQ's

Industry Codes For Combustible Dust Risk

OSHA’s Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program outlines the policies and procedures for managing and controlling combustible dust risk in industries where that risk is a possibility. Check to see if your company falls within one of these industries, and contact a representative at Strength H2O to help you manage your Michigan combustible dust hazards.

The following industries are at a high combustible dust risk:

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These industries have a potential for combustible dust explosions:

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