Dry Fog Dust Suppression

Dust Control

Dry Fog Dust Suppression

There are a number of systems used for dust suppression ranging from “garden hose” technology, through water and surfactant sprays, foam and fog generation systems. These various suppression technologies call for adding different volumes of moisture to the material.
(ed. WoMaMarcel - 29/7/2013)
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Dust Suppression is the application of water and/or chemicals, either to the body of material to prevent fines from being carried off into the air, or to the air above the material to return fugitive airborne fines to the material bed. A significant advantage of dust suppression is that the material does not have to be handled again. The suppressed dust returns to the main body of conveyed material and the process without requiring additional material handling equipment. There are a number of systems used for this purpose ranging from “garden hose” technology, through water and surfactant sprays, foam and fog generation systems. These various suppression technologies call for adding different volumes of moisture to the material.
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