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ATMOS360 is a Cincinnati, Ohio based Engineering, Design, and Manufacturing organization founded in May, 1989. We specialize in Industrial Air Filter Systems and Equipment that provides improved air quality for employees and reduced levels of dust/aerosols on consumer products. Under new leadership and a Family Owned Business vision, We are poised for business growth, job creation and more community involvement due to the depth and breadth of technical skills, capabilities, and capacity.


ATMOS360, Inc.


64 Circle Freeway Drive

Cincinnati, OH 45246

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INDUSTRIAL VENTILATION





ATMOS360 divides Industrial Ventilation or Dust Control into three broad categories:

Online - Hoods and Enclosures


Ductwork


Offline - Filtration Systems


Online - Hoods and Enclosures

Online dust and aerosol control is the science of capturing and containing dust at its source as it is generated by manufacturing processes. This includes close capture hoods designed to collect dust at the point of generation and enclosures to contain dust from entering the plant environment. There are instances where close capture hoods or enclosures are not feasible due to operational constraints. Area hoods are used in these applications to keep dust levels to permissible limits.


The foundation of ATMOS360's expertise in collection at the source derives from our work with controlling respiratory irritants and sensitizers in the manufacturing environment.


Ductwork

Once the dust has been captured, ductwork is used to transport the dust laden air to the offline filtration equipment. While less complex than online hoods or enclosures, appropriate design of the duct network is essential to the overall performance of the dust control system. Maintaining conveying velocity, optimizing duct routing, minimizing elbows and turbulence are all important elements considered during design. Physical characteristics and amount of dust being transferred must be considered in determining ductwork access requirements. Access can be provided utilizing hinged access doors, flanged spool sections or quick disconnect couplings.


Offline - Filtration Systems

The offline or filtration side of a dust control system can use various types of equipment depending on the characteristics of the dust and the required cleaning efficiency. Some common examples include: baghouses, cartridge filters, drum filters, cyclones and venturi scrubbers. We have historically used commercially available filtration equipment for our systems. Our development of the Reverse Air Cleaned Filter (RACF), Circular Pulse Jet Filter (CPJF) and our acquisition of Air Filter & Equipment have entered us into the filtration equipment business. We continue to use commercially available equipment when it is the correct solution for the project or the customer has a preferred supplier.


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