Dry fog system

The term "dry fog" is used where fog is made of droplets in the size of 10 µm or smaller. The air passing through a special air-atomizing nozzle sucks water and then, when leaving the orifice of the nozzle, breaks these tiny droplets into ultra-fine droplets by impacting the resonance plate. In this way, it converts more than 92% of the volume of water into droplets in the size of 1-10 µm. 

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DSN3 air-atomizing nozzle

Dust suppression at common conveyor transfer points and where smaller amounts of fog will do.

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DSN6 air-atomizing nozzle

Dust suppression at common conveyor transfer points with a high level of dust, smaller hoppers and chutes, and hoppers with guard hoods.

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DSN10 air-atomizing nozzle

Dust suppression of large-capacity conveyor belts, outdoor hoppers, wagon rotary dumpers, crushers, screeners, bucket excavators, etc.

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DSN12 air-atomizing nozzle

Ship loader, outdoor hoppers, wagon rotary dumpers, primary crushers, unprotected places with enormous content of dust.

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