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Identifying Wood Dust Hazards in the Shop

By Johannes Lottermann, Dr.-Ing Posted: 03/27/2014 12:08PM

Tips to help wood products manufacturers identify and protect against wood dust explosion hazards in the shop.


8 Reasons to Use Tablets for Cabinet and Closet Sales

Posted: 03/27/2014 11:46AM

8 Reasons to Use Tablets for Cabinet and Closet Sales


The Scoop on RFID Technology

Posted: 03/27/2014 10:34AM

What Woodworkers Need To Know About RFID Technology.


Preventing Moisture Problems from Start to Finish

Posted: 12/13/2013 3:48PM

It is not enough to use perfectly dry lumber at 6-8% when producing cabinets and furniture. Lumber always interacts with the surrounding air.




It´s 'Only Wood' Understates Dust Explosion Hazards

By Dr.-Ing. Johannes Lottermann, REMBE GmbH Posted: 12/10/2013 11:02AM

That wood can burn is obvious. But it is still not common knowledge that its combustibility makes wood handling processes some of the most hazardous in any industry from an explosion standpoint.


Fletcher Wood Makes a Case for ERP Software

By Jonah Coleman Posted: 12/05/2013 3:24PM

During the mid 2000’s, Fletcher Wood Products had an information problem. In some areas, we had enough data being collected but the only access to it was through a text-driven, DOS-based database program. In other areas we were in the same boat as everyone else (and many still are today): information locked up in spreadsheets, printed papers, and key personnel’s brains.


Industrial Explosion Guide to ComDust Prevention

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 12/04/2013 9:17AM

A guide to industrial explosion protection includes scientific basics, case studies of combustible dust explosions, and prevention measures. A wood chip furnace dust explosion is detailed.


ComDust Prevention: Woodshops Take Note

By Jamison Scott Posted: 09/05/2013 5:14PM

OSHA is visiting wood operations of all sizes to check for combustible dust related issues. Here is what you need to know.


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