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Dust Collectors & Rotary Air Locks’ Importance in Industry

Dust collectors are critical for maintaining employee health and safety in industrial environments, and airlocks play an essential role within these systems. Besides offering a diverse range of HVAC systems for various applications, we help reduce air pollution in industries in many ways. We are one of the few companies providing a wide range of emission control solutions to meet today’s air quality requirements. For many years, we have offered cutting-edge equipment and systems to address the ever-increasing problem of air pollution.

VENTECH is the best choice for various industrial air pollution control systems, from concept to commissioning. They purify the air for greater returns.

What Is the Process of Dust Collection?

Industrial dust collectors are critical for controlling air pollution in manufacturing and other commercial settings where particles in the air might pose a safety risk. They contribute to the safety of the environment within and around industrial facilities by eliminating and regulating potentially hazardous particulates generated during processing.

Dust collecting systems remove impurities from the air to enhance air quality. They function by pumping air through filters to remove dust and debris, then trapping and filtering the pollutants before releasing cleansed air into the atmosphere.

How do rotary airlocks work?

Rotary airlock valves are designed to outlive all other dust collector rotary airlocks. The unit has the most flexible seal, allowing bigger particles to pass through while maintaining the air gasket.

A dust collection system with an airlock enables continuous operation without the need to shut down and empty containers, reducing employee exposure to dust and making the system less prone to particle backup and filter degradation.

Without an airlock, dust would escape through the discharge valve, destroying the system. This reduces removal efficiency in vacuum systems, which are more commonly used because much of the dust returns to contaminate clean air. 

Airlocks prevent a lot of dust-related explosions and fires by employing specially designed rotary valves.

Airlocks come in a variety of styles. Generally, vacuums are used to segregate the dust and keep it from escaping, which protects exhaust fans, while some systems use pressurized dust collectors. 

The following are examples of dust collector airlocks:

  • Duplicate dump valves
  • Gate valves with knives
  • Rotating valves
  • Trickle valves

To get the maximum performance out of your rotary airlock valve, make sure you purchase the right one. It should be capable of processing the resources you want.

Do you need assistance choosing the most efficient framework to deploy for your industry? We will be happy to assist you. Please contact Ventech Systems so that we can book an appointment with you.

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Ventech Systems is an ISO certified manufacturer of ventilation, air conditioning control systems and air pollution control systems where quality is on high priority.

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