Improving sustainability, environmental and regulatory compliance with connected equipment
As companies face stricter environmental regulation, manufacturing leaders are looking for ways to improve their sustainability initiatives and reduce their environmental impact. These may include reducing greenhouse gases and managing indoor air quality and/or emissions exhausted into the outside environment. Keeping your impact within allowable limits, and perhaps reporting compliance to government agencies.
These responsibilities give you a vested interest in the performance of the industrial dust and fume collectors in your facility. In many facilities, managers rely on operations personnel to log dust collector performance data over a period of days or weeks. This data must be collected, and written notes transferred into a compliance report. Now, with the advent of the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), monitoring a dust collector can be automated and provide accurate, real-time information.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how Connected Filtration Monitoring service can simplify compliance documentation and reporting, reduce collector downtime and optimize collector energy efficiency. We’ll also review a few emerging air quality regulations that manufacturers may be required to meet, and how connected filtration monitoring can help you maintain that compliance.
Register now and join us as we discuss these critical issues and how connected filtration monitoring can improve sustainability initiatives and simplify compliance.
Global Products Manager, Donaldson Connected Solutions Division
Brent Nelson is Business Development Manager of IoT and Connected Solutions for Donaldson Company, Inc. based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a specialist in wireless communication products for machine-to-machine and IoT applications. Nelson joined Donaldson in 2018 after six years at Digi International, where he was product manager for emerging IoT products. Prior to that, Nelson worked for 10 years as an electrical design engineer in both the defense and commercial markets. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Minnesota. Reach Nelson at [email protected] .