Royal Products recently released this resource highlighting the importance of oil mist and smoke control in machine shops.
- Reduced Health Risks | Any form of pollution is potentially dangerous to the lungs, larynx, and skin.
- Reduced Accident Risks | Oil mist creates slippery surfaces which increase accident rates.
- Reduced Fire Hazards | Oil deposits create a serious fire risk by allowing fired to spread quickly.
- Coolant Cost Savings | The Royal Filtermist recycles coolant and returns it to your machine rather than venting it to the atmosphere.
- Heating & Cooling Cost Savings | The Royal Filtermist returns clean air to the shop instead of exhausting it outdoors.
- Cleaning & Maintenance Cost Savings | Uncontrolled airborne mist and smoke deposits result in more frequent cleaning of exposed surfaces.
- Fewer A/C Service Calls | The Royal Filtermist helps reduce breakdowns of shop air conditioning equipment by preventing mist from contaminating the intake filters.
- Improved Employee Attendance | A contaminated shop environment often results in higher worker absenteeism and lower morale.
- Less Machine Downtime | Fouled contacts in electronic equipment cause expensive downtime.
- Higher Speeds & Feeds | Machining operations can run at higher speeds and feeds without the negative effects of increased mist and smoke protection.
- Better Lighting | Haze from mist and smoke and grimy buildup on shop lighting fixtures cause even the most well-lit shops to take on a dingy appearance. Bright, cheerful environments improve employee morale and performance.
- Fewer Workmen’s Compensation Claims | The increase in workmen’s compensation rates from one large claim can cost more than an air cleaning system for an entire factory.
- Government Regulations | The current OSHA and NIOSH limits on airborne oil mist are 5 mg/cubic meter, and this requirement is expected to become even stricter in the future. The Royal Filtermist exceeds both the current and new proposed limits.
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