|Selected issues of Pulse Jet Pointers have recently been
added to Beckert & Hiester's web site. Look for articles of interest
to you in the listing below.
|Publication Volume & No.
||Articles in this Issue
|Volume 1, No. 1||If you're acquainted with dust collectors, maybe you're
familiar with poke holes?
There are many optional features. A quick review.
|Volume 1, No. 2||Cartridge Collectors
Getting Away From It All
Back Talk From Your Dust Collectors
Trying to Change The Old Bag!
Getting Dried Out
|Volume 1, No. 3||Ceiling Fans
Clearing the Confusion of Dust Particle Size and Concentrations
When to Get Practical and Just Blow it Outside
|Volume 1, No. 4||Some thoughts about this business of dust control and air filtration.|
|Volume 1, No. 5||What to do when you thought you had a quiet weekend coming —
and then the dust collector broke down...
|Volume 1, No. 6||Blow your horn(s) . . . A new way to clear fly-ash, soot and
dust build-up in ductwork, fans and collectors.
PULSONICS . . . Pulses of air keep material free-flowing in bins, silos and hoppers.
Leaky coils? Leave the headaches of replacements to us.
Identifying bags . . . At last, a way to talk the bag makers language.
|Volume 2, No. 1||Buying Air Filters - A Guide|
|Volume 2, No. 2||Filter Medias
Little Dust Problems
|Volume 2, No. 3||Out in the Cold
New High-Ratio Elements Replace Cartridges
Benefits of High-Ratio Elements
The Un-Calculated Risk
Solution to Riddle in Last Issue
|Volume 2, No. 4||Fan Frustrations
Dampering a Centrifugal Fan
Refurbishing the Wreck
|Volume 2, No. 5||Literature: Top Bag Removal Systems
Bat Bag Offer
|Volume 2, No. 6||The Electric Fan
Big Bad Bag Bamboozle
Sneaky Scrim Scandal
The Air-To-Cloth Ratio
Oil Mist & Smoke Collector
|Volume 3, No. 1||Do cyclones operate upside down?
How do you keep a dust collector company going?
Broken coils and broken promises
Flex duct fuel free air replacer
Air Replacer Image
Filters and more...
|Volume 3, No. 2||How to Get from Dust Problem to CFM
Styles of Cartridge Collectors
Coil and Convector Freeze-Ups
|Volume 3, No. 3||Getting the Dust Out
But What if the Dust Won't Come to the Valve?
|Volume 3, No. 4||Cool Caressing Breezes for the hot shop worker|
|Volume 4, No. 1||Keep Your Cool
Summer Time is Bagging Time
Fans With Lost Wheels
More of Our Products
|Volume 4, No. 2||Can Velocity
Trivia: First Air Pollution Law
|Volume 5, No. 1||Sheave Shenanigans--A letter from Bruce Beckert|
|Volume 6, No. 1||Innovations at Beckert & Hiester, Dust Collectors|
|Volume 7, No. 1||Cleaning Nozzles for Cartridge Collectors, and
Other Thoughts on Aids to Better Dust Control
|Volume 7, No. 2||After Getting the Dust Out - Then What?
Potential Consequences of Improper Disposal of Hazardous Pollutants
|Volume 7, No. 3||If It Is Clean Air - The Best Way is Not Sharing!|
|Volume 8, No. 1||About Fans for Dust Collectors (how do these fans work?) Technical Details|
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