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RECENT ARTICLES

The New OSHA Standard for Industrial Silica Exposure

  • Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The New OSHA Standard for Industrial Silica Exposure OSHA has issued a final rule that provides stronger protection for workers against the harmful effects of respirable crystalline silica dust. Silica is a common mineral found in products and materials used in many industries. If your processes produce dust, you may have a respirable silica dust hazard, and you need to determine if your facility is at risk. This article summarizes the impact of the new OSHA rule, how to achieve compliance, and the specific role of cartridge dust collection as a proven and reliable engineering control strategy.  read more



Keep an Eye on Mexico’s Oil & Gas Sector

  • Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Keep an Eye on Mexico’s Oil & Gas Sector Energy reform in Mexico was all the talk a year ago. Since then, a lot of work has been done in Mexico and in the U.S. to prepare for, evaluate, and begin the bidding rounds. While the first round of bidding was disappointing, it was a first step  read more