Wet dust suppression system uses liquid to wet the material so that it has a lower tendency to generate dust. The material when damp will rarely become airborne.
Plain Water Dust Suppression:
For airborne dust (i.e. dust generated during material transfer), water and dust particles collide to form agglomerates. When these agglomerates become too heavy to remain airborne, they settle.
Chemical Mixed Dust Suppression:
In case of chemical mixed systems, surfactants are used to lower the surface tension of water allowing the droplets to spread further and penetrate deeper into the material pile.
We have been providing Dust Suppression systems for various industries like coal, limestone, Iron Ore, etc. Our design engineers are well equipped to custom design a dust suppression system when provided with relevant input data and drawings.