At Material Dynamics Carolinas, we provide our customers with the best possible solution to any dust emissions issues they may face. With state-of-the-art technologies and modern techniques, we can help you efficiently deal with the complex and expensive task of controlling dust issues at your manufacturing facility or industrial and agricultural sites.
Why a dust suppression system is required?
There are certain procedures that create clouds of fine particles which comprise of airborne dust during the process of transporting or transferring of bulk materials. To manage this problem, Dust Suppression Systems are utilized so that they are able to reduce, capture, and drop fine dust particles from the air. A well-designed system will perform this task efficiently while protecting the workers and employees who are in charge. Below are some more features:
- Meeting safety, health, and environmental standards.
- Increasing visibility and reducing the chances of accidents.
- Preventing and reducing the risk of dust explosion.
- Less risk of fire.
- Less wear and tear on machinery from dust and debris.
- It makes the air more breathable.
- Prevents unpleasant odors.
Below are the types of Dust Suppression systems available
Dry Dust Suppression Systems: Usually, a dry dust suppression system makes use of either forced air or suction devices to extract dust from the air and pulling it in a filter. The filtration system could be either fabric bags or specially designed filters that can trap all dust particles efficiently.
Dry Fog Dust Control System: This system makes use of specialized nozzles to dispel a cloud of tiny droplets that match the size of the airborne dust. Then it utilizes compressed air to create high-frequency sound waves that further break down the water into even tinier fog sized droplets. These droplets subsequently group with the dust particles and make them denser so that they settle back to the source. This system is particularly useful for dusty environments.