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Dust, The Problems and Dust Collector Techniques

Is there a construction activity going on near your home? Are there industries near your home which produce large amounts of dust particles? Is any other activity near your residence the cause of the increased amount of dust in the air? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, you should go through this article. In this article, we will explore the sources, effects and dust collector solutions.

How are dust particles emitted?

Dust particles are emitted from a number of sources. They are of two types, the large ones, and the small ones. The larger particles settle to the surface and are less harmful than the smaller ones.

Dust particles are harmful and cause a lot of problems in daily lives. Some of the problems caused by dust particles are given below.

  • Coughing & Sneezing

Dust particles cause a lot of irritation in the nose and throat which causes coughing and sneezing. Apart from this, silica and other forms of dust particles affect the lungs and the respiratory tracts of little children and adults both. In major metro cities and also in coal mines and in factories, the authorities are now using dust collector machines to facilitate the health of the residents of an area.

  • Irritation in Eyes

We all must have at some point experienced irritation in eyes on its contact with dust. This irritation can become painful in many cases and lead to temporary or permanent loss of eyesight.

  • Lung Diseases

When large amounts of dust particles enter the lungs, it results in a number of health-related ailments, many of which could be life-threatening.

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dust collector
  • Asthma Problem

Although no direct link between dust and asthma has been discovered so far, yet many studies reveal that the chances of asthma attack increase in places with high dust concentration.

Dust collection techniques 

Now that we know and understand the problems caused by dust particles, we know why we must go for dust control solutions. In the recent past, the pollution levels have been increasing across the globe resulting in an increase in the number of lung-related ailments.

What are the regulations that are related to the use of a dust collector system? 

  • Regulations for Industries

Industries are one of the major sources of dust. The dust particles generally produced by industries are small in size and thus more harmful. The governments need to introduce regulations and norms and put fines on industries not adhering to the set norms. The particulate matters are removed from the environment with the help of a dust collector. You can hire both the mobile and the stationary systems for dust collection.

  • The sprinkling of liquid on barren surfaces

One of the best dust control solution is to sprinkle liquids on barren surfaces.  The two most common liquids used for the purpose are water and oil. Both these liquids bind the dust particles and don’t let them enter the air.

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dust collector
  • Mechanical methods

A number of machines have been developed which ensure that the emission of the dust particle is controlled in nature. There are a number of receptors installed in chimneys which collect dust and does not let it enter the atmosphere.

  • Speed and Density of Vehicle on Roads

When vehicles move, it results in an increase in dust concentration in the atmosphere. If we somehow reduce the average speed of vehicles and the number of vehicles on the road, we would be able to control the amount of dust.

Now that we know enough about dust pollution and dust collection solution, we can start taking steps to control the emission of dust particles and to remove them from the air. The dust collecting machines are used in ceramic, metal, food industries and also in major construction sites.

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