Waste from Explosive Environment Case Studies
- Challenge: To dispose of masking material from the painting of airplanes. During the process, light bulky material, mostly paper, disposable protective clothing, plastic and tape needs to be compacted within the painting area. The material, which includes paint containing chrome, is considered hazardous. They required an industrial waste compactor that could meet the Class II, Division II requirements.
- Solution: KenBay designed the RotoPacBlastPac Hazardous and Explosive Environment Waste Compactor.
- Result: The custom compactor meets their requirements.
- Challenge: Combustible dust was being generated in a process area where considerable waste was produced.
- Solution: The RotoPacBlastPac a hazardous and explosive environment waste compactor was installed.
- Result: Met Class II, Division II dust requirements.