Most industrial process, fugitive particulate emissions are controlled by capture and collection or industrial ventilation systems. These systems have three primary components:
A hood or enclosure to capture emissions that escape from the process
A dry dust collector that separates entrained particulates from the captured gas stream A ducting or ventilation system to transport the gas stream from the hood or enclosure to the APCD
Before designing a dust collection system, the environmental engineer must thoroughly understand the process
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