As exhibitors at the 31st annual American Foundry Society (AFS) Environmental, Health, and Safety Conference in Louisville, KY, they will showcase the steps foundries should consider when affected by respirable crystalline silica emission exposures.
“When your foundry is affected by silica, it is important to determine that your ventilation systems are operating as intended,” says Dan Patton, a manager at Schust. “Schust will work with industrial hygienists and IH audits to design a system that reduces worker’s silica exposure at the foundry.”
Attendees can stop by Schust booth #18 at the Embassy Suites Louisville Downtown where engineering experts will be available for inquiries and discussions on ventilation systems. With nearly four centuries of combined experience, Schust has the experience and know-how to help foundries with harmful emission exposures back on the path to meeting their compliance goals one step at a time.