Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA)

The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) released a new standard on combustible dusts, NFPA 652, in September 2015. One new requirement introduced by the standard is that a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA) must be performed by September 2018.

The DHA is similar to a Process Hazard Analysis (PHA). The purpose of the DHA is to guide facilities through determining the combustibility of their dusts and to guide planning and designs to mitigate potential hazards.

ADF has developed a simple, cost-effective process to assist our clients with every step of their DHA.

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DHA Cost

While each DHA will be tailored to your specific needs and plant conditions, these ranges could be representative of what to expect:

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ADF can take care of your entire DHA process.

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