Military and Defense Industry and Dust Collection
Introduction to Dust and Fume Collection for Military and Defense
Few industries are presently experiencing uncertainty like military and defense manufacturing. Rapid changes in technology are forcing manufacturers to make expensive transitions, whether they’re ready for them or not. Budgets for military spending are in flux, both in terms of funding amount and priorities. As defense departments around the world seek to adapt to a new unconventional landscape, they must consider affordability, as well. Manufacturers are surfing these waves in the industry while facing plenty of internal pressures of their own.
Manufacturing is as complex and challenging today as it has ever been. Regulatory demands, for example, continue to force manufacturers to maintain—or improve—air quality and other workplace standards. Plant managers must monitor air quality and ensure that dust collection equipment is operational at all times, especially in facilities that use welding or metal cutting.