Have peace of mind that your dust collection system is helping, not hurting, your business!

Industrial Dust Collector Systems & Service In New Holland, PA

Turnkey & Custom-Designed For Your Operation

Cleaner Air & Better Ventilation For Your Employees

Full NPFA Compliance With 20+ Years Of Experience

Say goodbye to an outdated or inefficient dust system for your New Holland business!

Dust collection system on an industrial building.

Is your manufacturing or woodworking facility struggling with the following?

  • The existing dust or smoke collector isn’t working properly.
  • Your employees are complaining about dust or ventilation issues.
  • It’s time to expand but your current dust system is already maxed out.
  • You know you aren’t NFPA compliant.

We design, build, and service custom dust systems for any manufacturing plant in New Holland to help your business grow with complete peace of mind!

Dust Collector Services We Offer In New Holland

Industrial Dust Systems

Have a 100% custom system designed for your manufacturing plant's machinery and needs.

Economy Dust Systems

Don't need something custom? We provide off-the-shelf systems for small and mid-sized spaces.

Smoke & Fume Collection

A series of filters and separators, combined with proper ductwork, means smoke and fumes are properly removed.

Industrial Filters

No matter what filtration your system needs, we will make sure it's properly maintained or replaced!

Service & Repairs

Get the experienced technicians and support you need when things aren't working properly or efficiently.

Preventative Maintenance Programs

Avoid costly repairs and shop downtime with a regular maintenance program.

Ductwork Systems

It doesn't matter if it's a custom or standard design, we provide a full range of ductwork.

Bucket Elevators

We make moving storing and moving bulk product easy and convenient with a range of bucket elevators.

We Make Efficient Dust & Fume Collection Simple

Get A
Free Estimate

Tell us your needs and what you want to accomplish with your plant.

& Proposal

We provide a preliminary design & estimate customized to your plant.


When approved, our team builds and fabricates your system.


Our team installs the system, and your team enjoys a high-quality dust collection system!

Why Choose Lapp Millwright?

With over 20+ years of experience and located in the heart of Southeast PA, Lapp Millwright has the experience, team, and credentials to make sure your collector & ventilation systems are efficient and working properly. 

Here’s our team makes your project a success:

  • Knowledgeable team that listens to your needs and provides solutions
  • Ability to size and scope any system size – complete with an engineer’s stamp
  • 2-year warranty on equipment
  • We fix any mistakes we make and ensure your system runs as designed
  • Customer service that treats you like a person with returned phone calls and answered questions 
Lapp Millwright technicians on site

Satisfied Customers Say:

Industrial Collector Systems FAQs

It is a dust collector designed to withstand years of wear and tear while effectively filtering industrially produced dust and debris. Industrial dust collectors are constructed with longevity and efficient performance in mind.

There are three basic ways to collect dust:

  1. Cyclone
  2. Baghouse collector, which uses filter bags to clean the air.
  3. Cartridge collector, which uses pleated cartridge filters to filter the air. This is mainly used for fine dust, smoke, and fumes.

These baghouses are found in industries such as grain, seed, rubber, silica, feed, wood, and aggregate.

A fume extractor is not meant for dust; its filters are designed to capture fine smoke particulates and would clog up with dust such as sawdust. They are often not set up to move the amount of air that a dust collector would because it takes a lot less to handle smoke and fumes as opposed to dust. On the other hand, a dust collector is designed to handle bulk quantities of dust effectively. Its filters also would not be able to trap fine smoke and fume particulates.

Determine the size of the collector the customer needs, and we figure out the ductwork layout. Based on that, we calculate our price.

It really varies depending on the size and complexity of the project. It could be 3 days, weeks, or months.

Essentially, a dust extractor is an oversized shop vac. Overall, dimensionally, they are pretty much the same, but a dust extractor has higher CFMs and material handling capabilities.

One of the first things we like to do is schedule a site visit with the potential customer to meet them at the location where the new collector will be installed. We gather information about the building and machine layout and discuss all the options with the customer to ensure we are on the same page. We then provide a system quote that will work for the customer’s facility (which may include multiple options). Additionally, we create a system drawing to ensure mutual understanding with the potential customer. At that point, we review it with the customer and make any necessary changes to the layout and quote that may arise.

Dust collection system on an industrial building.

Your Local New Holland Dust Collector Experts!

If you are a manufacturing facility located in New Holland, PA, you may be worried that your dust collection system is not working properly, is undersized for your operation, or is not NFPA compliant. 

At Lapp Millwright, we design and build custom-built, high-efficiency industrial dust and smoke collector systems that are fully NFPA compliant and provide true peace of mind.

Working in a shop that doesn’t have a proper ventilation and dust collection system can be unpleasant, trying, and downright hazardous to your health.

If you have ever tried it, you’ll know what we mean! 

At Lapp Millwright, we understand how important it is to keep your workplace clean and dust-free. That is why we make dust collection systems for businesses and shops in New Holland, PA. 

With our dust collection systems you can keep your work area free of dust and make sure it’s safe and healthy for you and your crew. Contact us today to learn more! 

Situated in Lancaster County, PA, New Holland stands as a borough housing approximately 5,386 residents and covering a land area of 1.3 square miles. It finds its place in the eastern expanse of Lancaster County, roughly ten miles to the east of Lancaster City.

A visit to this location will lead you to a plethora of captivating attractions to engage your interests. Among these is the renowned New Holland Auction, recognized as one of the most expansive livestock auctions in the nation. This characteristic holds significance considering New Holland's position at the heart of Pennsylvania Amish Country. The vicinity also offers an array of other attractions related to Amish culture, along with opportunities to savor the delightful and hearty Amish cuisine.

In the close proximity of New Holland, several other remarkable attractions await:

  • New Holland Farmers Market
  • Kitchen Kettle Village
  • The Amish Village
  • Sight & Sound Theatres
  • Dutch Wonderland
  • Strasburg Rail Road
  • Cherry Crest Adventure Farm
  • Lancaster County Park
  • Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area
  • Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site
  • Wolf Sanctuary of PA
  • National Christmas Center
  • Aaron & Jessica's Buggy Rides
  • Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum
  • Ephrata Cloister

For those delving into the historical backdrop, New Holland, PA, and its surrounding area unveil layers of captivating history. The establishment of New Holland dates back to 1728, attributed to John Michail Dichter, a German immigrant. The naming of the town is in homage to the country of Holland due to its fertile soil, reminiscent of that European nation.


In its early stages, the town's economy revolved predominantly around agriculture and farming. However, the 1800s brought a significant transformation as the town evolved into a pivotal transportation hub within the region, capitalizing on its strategic proximity to the Pennsylvania Railroad. New Holland's progression continued throughout the 20th century, marked by the establishment of numerous enterprises and industries. Presently, the town boasts a picturesque downtown area that features an eclectic mix of shops, dining establishments, and historic edifices.

Another remarkable historical occurrence in this vicinity involves the birth of what would eventually evolve into the Case-New Holland machine company. The New Holland website encapsulates this event as follows:

New Holland’s agricultural heritage also is responsible for making the town’s name known around the world for its farm equipment. Abe Zimmerman, a 26-year-old village tradesman in 1895, opened a machine repair shop. Zimmerman’s New Holland Machine Shop introduced a portable feed mill in 1899 and went on to produce other farm equipment innovations aimed at reducing a farmer’s labor. Throughout the 20th century, New Holland Machine Shop was purchased by several companies such as Sperry-Rand and Ford.

If you are located in New Holland and would like to check out a dust collection system, give us a call! 

We serve the New Holland zip code, 17557, and surrounding zip codes. 

We look forward to hearing from you! 

Save 10% On Basic Dust Collectors!

For the month of February, take advantage of BIG savings with 10% off our basic dust collectors!

Promotion expires 2/29/24. 10% off is for product only and does not include installation labor. Other terms & conditions may apply.