Sly Inc. produces series of videos for training on use of new dry and wet dust collection systems
Online PR News – 11-January-2011 – – CLEVELAND, OH — January 4, 2011 — Sly, Inc., (www.slyinc.com), the 137-year old manufacturer of air pollution control products, in cooperation with Powder and Bulk Dot Com, has produced a three-part dust collection video lecture series called "Baghouse 101.” In the lecture series, Bill Kurz, Vice President of Sly, Incorporated will introduce the viewers to fabric filter (“baghouse”) dust collection systems. Lecture 1 examines the general approach for overall dust collection system design. Lecture 2 covers specifics about design and construction features of fabric filter dust collectors. Lecture 3 contains a discussion of dust collector sizing and selection fundamentals for various application conditions. Lecture 3 concludes with an overview of combustible dust considerations.
The lecture series is available exclusively through the Powderandbulk.com website. Click here for a Free Preview!
Sly Incorporated has sponsored this video training series with Powder and Bulk Dot Com for the purpose of educating engineering and production professionals about dust collection topics. Sly’s sponsorship allows these lectures to be offered at a discounted price, while the information is presented in a practical, non-specific format. The video training series may be purchased as individual lectures for $19 USD each including a 7-day validity, or all three lectures can be purchased together for a 20% savings at $45.00 USD and a 21-day validity. The series includes downloadable class notes and a self-administered quiz with answer sheet for each lecture. The subscription allows you to watch and review the video classes as many times as you need within the validity period.
See http://www.powderandbulk.com/online_training/ for more information.
Sly, Inc. manufactures a full range of both dry and wet custom dust collection systems designed to meet any air pollution code. Sly’s experienced team of experts can advise and select the optimal dust collection technology for specific applications. Dust collection equipment can be engineered to service nearly any size or collection need.