Dust Collection System

How to Control Dust in Quarries

Generally, the dust in the aggregate plant mainly comes from the discharge point of the crushing and screening equipment, the transportation and transfer point, the storage and unloading point of the aggregate, and the dust generated during the loading of the aggregate.

Common Problems and Design Requirements of Dust Collectors

Dust treatment in the crushing workshop of the beneficiation plant is a systematic project, which requires specific dust conditions (temperature, humidity, particle size, acidity and alkalinity, cohesiveness, infiltration, etc.), pipeline layout, collection methods, and equipment at specific dust process points. Comprehensive consideration of all aspects such as operating cycle. We have summed up the dust management experience in the crushing workshops of hundreds of mines in quarries, copper mines, iron ore, lead-zinc mines, etc., and put forward the following problems that are prone to dust management in mine crushing workshops.

Common Types of Dust Control Systems in Quarries

In applications such as mining and quarrying, dust is an unavoidable hazardous substance in aggregate processing. Dust control systems need to be installed to suppress dust and protect workers, the environment and processing equipment. The most common dust removal solutions include dust suppression and dust collection, both of which have different dust control systems.

What is Baghouse Dust Collector

ZXMC series baghouse dust collector is a new type of mine dust collector independently researched and developed by our company. It has the characteristics of high technical performance, high purification efficiency, large processing gas capacity, stable performance and long service life.