June 12, 2020
Believe it or not, the amount of silica that can fit onto Abraham Lincoln’s forehead on the penny is enough silica to be fined for overexposure [...]Read more What does a penny have to do with silica dust?
For many people, working from home for an extended period of time is a new experience. This major adjustment may bring different challenges such [...]Read more 7 Tips for Productivity While Working From Home!
Although respirable silica dust has been causing diseases such as silicosis for thousands of years, true regulations to control worker [...]Read more History of Silica Dust Regulations in the US
March 26, 2020
Chemtek, Inc is committed to the safety of our employees and their families. As the COVID-19 Pandemic takes a stronghold on our nation, [...]Read more Chemtek Continues to Provide Vital Solutions During the COVID-19 Pandemic
November 5, 2019
Producing quality work while limiting costs is a daily challenge for all paving and road construction contractors. Projects must be completed [...]Read more Reducing Material Costs by Integrating Smarter Solutions
The hazards of respirable silica dust are well known. There are now regulations and suggested engineering controls in place to help protect [...]Read more Why Does Water Droplet Size Matter for Silica Dust Suppression?
Respirable dust is invisible to the human eye but can pose serious health hazards. Exposure to respirable silica dust, which is fragmented [...]Read more How Far Can Respirable Dust Actually Travel?