Industrial Fire Prevention specializes in helping protect industrial manufacturing processes, pneumatic and mechanical conveying, and dust collection systems from combustible dust fires and explosions.
We identify Fire & Explosion Safety System Design as four distinct disciplines, creating "Layers" or Stages of development:
1) Fire Prevention
2) Fire Protection
3) Explosion Prevention
4) Explosion Protection
It is vital to understand all of these components as they relate to your overall plant safety program, to help prevent and mitigate combustible dust fires and explosions in production processes, and provide the comprehensive layers of protection required by code and current best engineering practices, and also to provide the safety your company and work force deserves.
PROTECT Production Processes from Fires and Explosions
ENSURE Continuous and Safe Production
PROVIDE a Safe and Secure Working Environment
PRESERVE Capitol and Inventory
AFFORD Peace of Mind for all Employees and Management
COMPLY with Local and National Codes and Standards
Realize 80% of all manufacturing process material, powders and dusts are combustible!
Does your manufacturing facility process or create dust?
Chances are your dust is combustible.
We can help you get in compliance.
With our strategic alliances we can help you prevent fires, explosions and
get in compliance with OSHA, NFPA, and FM Global, national and local standards.
With an arsenal of products and services designed to help you mitigate process fires and explosions, we are ready to help you prevent fires and explosions in your dust collection systems, material handling and manufacturing processes.
Industrial Fire Prevention, LLC
PO Box 2046
Milledgeville, GA 31059
toll free 800-367-0063
Consider the value Industrial Fire Prevention can provide your company in helping prevent combustible dust fires and explosions:
We have been helping industrial manufacturers prevent dust collector fires since 1979. Industrial Fire Prevention is a key resource for plant process Hazard Monitoring and Safety Systems, in many diverse industries, for large and small companies, many of which are household names.
We constantly strive to keep up to date with what is happening with the market, industry, our customers, current code and standards, as well as current best engineering practices.
With recent major catastrophic events in industry, combustible dust is now a priority for many manufacturers, insurers, and regulatory agencies, including the CSB US Chemical Safety Board, and OSHA, as well as local AHJ Authorities Having Jurisdiction, Code Enforcement Officers, and Fire Marshals.
We continuously stay on top of the current news, standards and regulations for OSHA, NFPA, FM Global, etc. to help ensure our customers stay informed.
We publish many of these articles on Combustible Dust issues on our blog: