Why Dust Control?

After dust is formed, dust control systems are used to reduce the dust, catching and dropping dust particles to ground. A well-designed dust control system can protect workers and usually provide other benefits, such as;
  • Prevents and reduces the risk of dust explosion and fire.
  • Prevents potential accidents by improving the vision.
  • Prevents unpleasant odors.
  • Reduces cleaning and maintenance costs.
  • Reduces the abrasion especially in components like bearings and pulleys which fine dust particles has serious wearing effects.
  • Increases the motivation and productivity of the workers.
  • Provides continuous compliance with existing occupational health and safety regulations.
For an effective, cost-efficient and reliable dust control system; planning, design, installation, operating and maintenance are essential.
To Leave a Green Environment To Next Generations