High Pressure Dust Control Systems

High Pressure Dust Control Systems in Action:  ACE Recycling in NJ (left) and New England Recycling (right)

High Pressure Dust Control Systems | How they work

High pressure dust control systems are essential in a large material transfer facility or  a material processor facility.  AirOne, inc. helps your company design and implement these systems.

These dust control systems utilize a pump to drive the water pressure to a point where the result is “atomization” of the water molecule. This is achieved using a piston or plunger type pump, high pressure tubing and nozzles. The water molecule size typically ranges from 50-microns down to as small as 10-microns.  These misting systems help with dust suppression, dust abatement, and air filtration.

What Our Dust Control Systems Do

High pressure dust control systems assist with the treatment of airborne dust and odor molecules. They can be confined to focus on very small areas (feed hopper or transfer point) or cover larger areas (entire facilities). Air One high pressure control systems can be constructed of multiple zones to control different areas of the facility or a single zone that covers a larger area.

Where the Dust Control Systems Fit

High pressure dust control systems are typically found in industrial facilities within the confines of on-site buildings. High pressure systems use a modest amount of water and electricity and require a small amount of space to house the associated equipment.

Why to use

High pressure dust control systems are an effective means to suppress dust and odors inside buildings.

Coverage and flow

The coverage area per system is variable. Air One can design a high pressure dust control system that will treat dust emission sources, odor emitting areas and/or your entire facility. Depending on the pump and nozzle specification, typical systems range in flow rates from 1.5-gallons per minute up to 10-gallons per minute.

Sources:  Osha.gov