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.
Dust suppression at common conveyor transfer points and where smaller amounts of fog will do.Learn more
Dust suppression at common conveyor transfer points with a high level of dust, smaller hoppers and chutes, and hoppers with guard hoods.Learn more
Dust suppression of large-capacity conveyor belts, outdoor hoppers, wagon rotary dumpers, crushers, screeners, bucket excavators, etc.Learn more
Ship loader, outdoor hoppers, wagon rotary dumpers, primary crushers, unprotected places with enormous content of dust.Learn more