Whether in the automotive sector, the chemical industry, the food industry or even packaging, many particles can stick to different industrial machines. To avoid damaging workers' health and improving their working conditions, industrial dust removal is necessary.
What is industrial dust removal?
Industrial dust removal is more than just removing dust.Relatively more complex, this operation consists above all in capturing residues and various debris in the form of particles at the source.The dust is then transported inside pipes dedicated for this purpose before undergoing industrial filtration.This step is followed by the recovery of dust by automatic unclogging which is then packaged in bags called "bi-bags".However, it is also possible that the particles are recycled thanks to certain machines.Some devices are even able to transform the sucked air before reintroducing it back into the business premises.
Industrial dust removal is an operation applicable in many fields. In addition to bonding companies, which are the main targets, this process is also used in the pharmaceutical, aeronautical, medical, furniture, cosmetics and even textiles fields.
What is the point of this operation?
Cleaning is of critical importance in certain industrial sectors. Indeed, even microscopic, dust and debris encrusting on materials and surfaces in the premises are likely to cause deterioration of equipment. In the long run, this can cause production problems. To ensure the proper functioning of machines, their cleanliness is essential. Moreover, the particles present in an excessively dusty environment increase the risk of accidents for operators.
Thanks to industrial dust removal, it is possible to prevent dirt from polluting the systems and products used. The removal of dust encrusted on surfaces is particularly essential in the printing industry guaranteeing the quality of prints. Indeed, debris can affect the bonding of two substances. The same applies to the gluing and hot stamping operation. Among other things, natural dusting improves the properties of surfaces and the adhesion of materials.
Which dust collection system to choose?
Different dust collection systems are applicable in the industrial sector. Two techniques are mainly used. The former requires mechanical contact and is used in the printing industry, in the manufacture of printed films and in conveyors. In this case, the cleaning actually affects the materials. The parts are thus clean before their use in the production facilities.
The second system does not require any mechanical contact and can be done using different techniques: air blowing, suction or ionization. This system allows surfaces to be dusted without the risk of modifying their properties or damaging them. It is used in particular to eliminate dust on installations in textile industry. In this case, an antistatic system is used. This technique improves the electrostatic relationship between embedded dust and surfaces. The particles suspended above the support are then sucked up.