Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA)
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Combustible dust can pose a significant risk in an industrial setting. A dust hazard analysis, or DHA, is a systematic review of your process and facility aimed at identifying, communicating, and ultimately mitigating existing combustible dust hazards.

Our teams experience with combustible dust management systems and bulk powder processing coupled with your knowledge and expertise of your own process environment results in practical and actionable recommendations that will help improve the overall safety of your operation.

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Our Three Step Approach

1. Characterize

Understanding the combustible nature of your materials helps us identify which materials are combustible and where credible explosion or fire hazards exist in your facility.

Our safety professionals will work with you to identify key data points to ensure that the information is used to make decisions aimed at improving the safety of your facility.

2. Identify

Understanding the combustible nature of your materials helps us identify which materials are combustible and where credible explosion or fire hazards exist in your facility.

Our safety professionals will work with you to identify key data points to ensure that the information is used to make decisions aimed at improving the safety of your facility.

3. Mitigate

The ultimate goal of a DHA is to protect your employees and assets from the effects of combustible dust fires and explosions. Properly characterizing your materials and identifying credible hazards in your process environment enables you to begin the process of risk reduction or mitigation.

XP Products leverages years of process and combustible dust management experience to provide you with recommendations to mitigate the combustible dust hazards in your facility.

Engineering Services

Our team is composed of talented chemical and mechanical engineers with years of experience in bulk powder handling systems and process safety. Whether your looking to validate your explosion relief vent size or need assistance with developing options to mitigate your combustible dust hazards, XP Products can help.

Contact one of our safety professionals today for more information.

Training

Need to train your staff or customers on combustible dust hazards, NFPA code, and/or OSHA regulations? XP Products can help. Our staff has provided numorous training sessions on combustible dust hazards and can cater to you specific needs.

Course offerings include combustible dust basics, NFPA 652 complaince, and trainings on commodity specific NFPA codes.

Contact us today to discuss your NFPA compliant dust collection needs.

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