Dust Control Handbook
Consolidates information developed by industry and government laboratories on dust control engineering techniques. Designed for the minerals processing industry, the technology applies to other industries as well. Dust, its prevention, formation and control are examined, including wet and dry control systems, personal protection, and testing methods.
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DUST AND ITS CONTROL
PREVENTING DUST FORMATION
DUST CONTROL SYSTEMS
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abrasion Airborne dust capture airflow baghouse bags Belt conveyor blast gates Bucket Elevator buildup bulk material handling Bureau of Mines Check cleaning contact angle Crusher cyclone diameter discharge dryer duct ductwork dust capture system dust collection system dust collector dust concentrations dust control system dust particles Dust Prevention Measures dust sampling dust seal dust source Dust suppression system elbows Electrostatic precipitators Emission Points Enclosure open area equipment Exhaust air volume exhaust hood exhaust volume exposure fan speed Feeder filter flow rate ft/min gas stream gases Hammermill Hinged dust curtain hopper impact increase inlet Inspection door installed liquid maintenance material flow minerals processing operations motor nozzle piping Pitot tube pressure drop pressure losses pump Radon removed respirable dust Rockbox screen Screw Conveyor static pressure stockpiles surface surfactants temperature Transfer chute transfer points types U.S. Bureau valves water droplets Water Sprays wet dust suppression Wet Scrubbers