Steadily flowing material tends not to dust. When the material falls, changes direction or shape, the dusting starts and can create challenges to the surroundings that are difficult to control. With proper sealing and size of the feed, it is possible to prevent the dust from spreading to the surroundings. Tools for this as well are correct chute geometry, skirtboard sealing and proper directing of the material flow. Also the correct choice on wear materials can reduce the amount of dust. We can offer active and passive solutions for dusting with integrated or stand-alone units.
We can offer stations as stand-alone units or central units for dust reduction. Capacity and the amount of accumulating dust will normally tell us which choice is better.
With CARM-V units the dust is directed to proper bag filters that collect the dust to its surface. The compressed air is reversed when pressure sensors notify that the filters are full. This action will makes the accumulated dust to fall to the belt again. With this action the valuable materials will fall back to the stream. Cleaning sequences can be set manually according to the pressure level. Read more
With concentrated GARM-GH systems, large volumes normally come to play. Dusty air is directed to a separate filter unit where air is fed from above and directed down. Every filter unit is equipped with own funnels, platforms and support structures. Demolishing end can be conducted with a closing feed and a screw depending on the material and volume. see components for process solutions