Air Handling Systems has dedicated resources to continue to strengthen dust collection education opportunities for people involved in dust collection and industrial ventilation.
Air Handling has always prided itself on providing expert knowledge in the field of dust and fume collection through technical sales staff, as well as design information and installation information published in both the catalog and on-line. Staff serve as Technical Advisors to Trade Publications, such as Fine Woodworking, Wood & Wood Products, CWB, Woodshop News, FDM, Cabinetmaker and Woodweb.com, just to name a few.
Our staff is involved in a wide range of activities covering the industrial dust collection and air handling systems market.
The staff of Air Handling Systems provides dust collection education, technical support for leading industry trade publications, such as Wood & Wood Products, CWB, Woodshop News, and FDM among many others.
We have provided technical seminars and presentations at trade shows and conferences throughout the country on woodworking dust collection, solid surface dust control, and combustible dust.
Jamison Scott, Executive Vice President, of Air Handling Systems has done extensive research on the Combustible Dust issue. Jamison has presented numerous combustible dust seminars throughout North America and regularly acts as a technical resource. He has authored several combustible dust articles for national and international trade publications including Air Pollution Control, Powder Bulk Solids, Wood & Wood Products, FDM Asia, FDMC, Wood Industry (Canada), Woodshop News, Chemical Engineering, and Pallet Enterprises. Jamison also serves on the Technical Advisory Board for Air Pollution Control.
Jamison served as president of the Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America (WMMA) 2014-2016 and on the Board of Directors 2007-2017. Additionally, he served on the Board of the New Haven Manufacturers Association for over a decade recently rebranded to ManufactureCT. A fierce advocate for Connecticut industry, Jamison is in constant communication with Washington and Hartford, Ct elected representatives on behalf of Air Handling Systems and manufacturers across the state of Connecticut and the nation.