How They Work

The Spraystream SS-25i is the newest in Air One’s line of defense against dust and odors in larger indoor areas. The ability for the SS-25i to control very fine particulate and odor in larger spaces is unparalleled by any other apparatus on the market today.

The SS-25i uses less water, power and equipment than our competitor and can project a stream of very fine  horizontal mist up to 75-feet from the front of the unit.   When coupled with the oscillating option, each SS-25i unit can cover up to 7,500-square feet of area. With the addition of a dosing pump to add surfactants and/or deodorizers, there is little the SS-25i can not do in larger transfer stations and recycling centers.  Rotary foggers are the most economical alternative to conventional high pressure nozzle systems for odor and dust suppression in larger facilities.

Simple Operation

The SS25 uses a simple fan assisted centrifugal water flow system that atomizes water into small droplets (average 10 micron droplet). They do not use nozzles, high pressure pumps or compressors.

Durable and Reliable

The SS25 come in lightweight composite housings. Motors and fans are duty rated for consistent performance and reliability.

Water Management

Spray volume is completely adjustable from 0-gallons per hour (gph) up to 60-gph with an average of 1 gallon per minute average water flow. The system can be operated on domestic water supply pressure or a low pressure booster pump.

Available Models 

  • Ceiling mounted, non-oscillating
  • Ceiling mounted, oscillating

Technical Specifications

 18 inch 2.2 kw fan 230 V/ 60HZ/ 30 AMP/ 1PH
16 cleanable filtered nozzles Oscillating option
1.0 gallon per minute average water flow VFD pump option
75 feet of throw Remote control option
Average 10 micron droplet 1000 psi high pressure pump

Dust Collection System | Dust Control

Dust Collection System

When you run an industrial operation that creates dust you must have a proper dust collection system designed and installed.  A Dust collection system is often mandates by laws and regulations in your industry.  A dust collection system will keep your employees safe from dust hazards.  Breathing in dust can be detrimental to one’s health.

Industrial dust creation can pose a serious threat to your people, your product and your facility. Dust is inherent in a wide range of industries such as Recycling of Construction and Demolition (C&D) or Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Sewage Treatment works, Quarries and Foundaries, Cement or Concrete, Pulp & Paper and any industry where dust is produced or disturbed — making it airborne.  Air One, Inc has 10 + years of custom dust collect system design and implementation.

Dust Collection System | Recycling Construction and Demolition (C&D)

Misting Systems for Dust Control

Industrial Dust Control Systems

Our dust control systems are designed and engineered to meet your specific business’ needs. We understand that each site or facility presents a unique circumstance.

Protects Your People, Your Product, Your Facility

Air One dust control systems are custom engineered for your specific application and help to protect your people and your business.

Dust Control for C&D

Dust Collection System for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

Rotary Fogger- Dust Control

Air One, inc. will create a dust solution tailored to your space and budget allowing you to capture dust at the source of the problem.  It’s well known that inhaling dust particles and airborne bacteria at solid waste processing plants can be hazardous to your health especially in the Solid Waste Industries- by the nature of the waste being broken down.  The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has imparted strict rules regarding dust collection systems that must be implemented in plants in the Solid Waste Industry.  According to the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) the potential for human health harm becomes exponentially worse over time:  our respiratory systems and our skin can become increasingly more and more sensitive to wood dust and other dusts, the more we become exposed to it.  Allergies can develop over time and become more evident with a faster onset as your body sensitizes to the dust.  Allergic reactions such as nasal dryness, asthma, dermatitis and eye irritations can occur.

Dust Collection System for Recycling Environments

Recycling Dust Control

Recycling construction and demolition debris and MSW involves materials like wood, cement and paper that produce dust when processed.  OSHA has classified wood dust as a known carcinogen, causing cancer.

In addition to health hazards, the presence of dust in the workforce can cause fire and safety hazards.  Wood or saw dust can easily catch fire if a spark arises.  Wood or saw dust can create a slipping hazard on the floor.  Our Dust Collection System Designs will take care of these potential issues for you and Air One, Inc will do this in an affordable, safe, and efficient manner.  Our Dust Collection Systems can be designed without taking up floor space with adapters and accessories to bring dust collection to every nook and cranny inside your operating facility.  Our experienced team offers installation after the design stage is complete.

Air One has a Dust Collection System designed specifically for these demanding environments.  Contact us today so we can do a free consultation as the first step in the process.

Low Pressure Dust Control in Action:  PA Landers in Plymouth, MA (lef)

Low Pressure Dust Control:  How they work

Low pressure systems use “street” pressure and/or a booster pump to deliver water through nozzles at an operating pressure below 100-pounds per square inch (psi). At this pressure, the water is delivered at a higher flow rate than a high pressure system and the droplet size is significantly larger (average 50-microns).  A low pressure dust control system is designed as a dust containment system where only the respirable or fine size particles are moved to the collection device.  The larger dust particles are contained instead of conveyed and are returned to the process stream.  At the pickup points, the pickup air flows, capture velocities, hood design and static pressures are the same in a high or low velocity transport system.

What Low Pressure Dust Control Does 

Low pressure systems provide dust suppression to nuisance type dust emission facilities (aggregates operations and stockpile locations). These types of systems work best with larger dust particles.

Where they fit

Low pressure systems are typically found in industrial facilities within buildings and mounted on portable equipment. Low pressure systems use large amounts of water and require a significant amount of space to house the associated equipment.

Why Use Low Pressure Dust Control

To control fugitive dust emissions relative to “nuisance” dusts.  The advantages of the low pressure system are lower energy consumption, lower maintenance cost, and more reliable dust control.  A high pressure system may lose effectiveness more quickly than a low pressure system.  A low pressure system may have a higher initial cost but in the long run you are saving on energy and maintenance costs.

Coverage and flow

The coverage area per system is variable. Air One can design a system that will treat dust emission source points and/or your entire facility. Depending on the water pressure and nozzle specification, typical systems range in flow rates from 3-gallons per minute up to 15-gallons per minute.

Sources:  AIHA

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
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