In the same way that Stanford’s Yi Cui is confronting the effects of China’s pollution, Imperial Systems strives to reshape the future of North American industries.
In recent decades, sociologists have speculated about the population growth of cities and the coinciding rapid development of urban industry. Air quality has been definitively compromised by industrial growth, and is a major concern for politicians and businesses alike. This is because dust generation is a universal problem for manufacturers, affecting industries such as:
- Food processing
- Pet food
- Chemical processing
- Paper scrap
- & Fiberglass, to name a few.
The need for an industrial air purification service grew out of people’s’ desire for safer societal conditions. Engineers and manufacturers at Imperial Systems are leaders in the designing, manufacturing, and installing premiere dust collection systems for industrial air purification within North America. Imperial Systems is working for a safer future.
A Growing Economy Needs an Industrial Air Purification Service
Globalization will continue to reshape the economy and the development of industry. Imperial Systems established themselves as North America’s dust collection and air pollution control experts because they want to help invest in future manufacturing and industry. Products and services offered by Imperial Systems are of the highest caliber and include:
- CMAXX Dust and Fume Cartridge Collectors
- BRF Reverse Air Baghouses
- Pulse Jet Baghouses
- Slide Gates
- Diverter Valves
- Abort Gates
- SCF After Filters
- Backdraft Dampers
- DeltaMAXX Cartridge and Bag Filters
- & Flex Hose components.
This February 2015, a breakthrough in air purification was made by Stanford engineers working to address air pollution in China. Associate professor of materials science and engineering Yi Cui developed an inexpensive, personal and hand-held air filter for citizens to combat daily air pollution consumption. Nature Communications published the findings, in which polyacrylonitrile (PAN), a material found in surgical gloves, was made into a filter through the method of electrospinning. The fibers are the size of a thousandth of a human hair and resemble a web.
The function of PAN, a polymer, is to attract PM2.5 particles found in smog. The material will possibly be used for smaller applications initially, such as for window screens. Yi Cui explains, “It works really well, and it might be a game-changer.” There is potential that it could be utilized in an industrial scale in the future after extensive testing.
Imperial Systems applauds the incredible contribution Yi Cui has made to the industrial air purification field, and looks forward to the ensuing development of the polyacrylonitrile filter. In the same way that Cui is confronting the effects of China’s pollution, Imperial Systems—an industrial air purification service, strives to reshape the future of North American industries through the production of safe and cutting-edge dust collection systems.
If you would like more information about the services provided by Imperial Systems, we invite you to reach out to us at 1-800-918-3013.
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