dedusting

dedusting

[dē′dəst·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
Cleaning ore, using pneumatic means and screening, to remove dust and other fine impurities. Also known as aspirating.
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NLMK Lipetsk, NLMK Group's flagship production site, has embarked upon a large-scale overhaul of its steelmaking capacities, namely BOFs and associated dedusting equipment in BOF Shop No.2.
There are many kinds of dedusting technologies and dust collectors [1], most of which focus on wet dedusting and filter removal technologies, especially on spraying dedusting [2-4] and filter-bag dedusting.
After identifying the increased dust levels as the issue, Replogle undertook online research of dedusting equipment and contacted Ryan Buskey of Polymer Systems Solutions (polymer-ss.com), a manufacturers' representative, who eventually put him in touch with Pelletron Corp., Lancaster, Pa.
The analysis of current state of dedusting technologies shows that in the most ecologically dangerous industry--thermal power--mainly direct-flow systems are used with some one type of the dust arrester (battery cyclone, wet scrubber or the electric precipitator).
* An enlarged circumferential dust extraction channel for improved dedusting efficiency.
Offering high-level capsule polishing and dedusting, Pharma Technology Inc.'s PTG-V Vertical Capsule Polisher can handle capsules at speeds up to 500.000/ hr.
And still another one is "vacuum," which is really dedusting with a powerful engine that costs hundreds of dollars rather than a plain old rag, which you get for free just by cutting up an old shirt you outgrew in 1982.
Dedusting of the filter cartridges is done using a fully automated microprocessor Pulse Control.
Dedusting technology reportedly leads to a reduction in your scrap percentage, a reduction in material consumption, a better quality product and a cleaner production environment.
FLSmidth will deliver a vertical cement grinding mill with environmentally friendly bag type air filters for dedusting. This type of mill saves some 40% in power consumption compared to traditional ball mills.
'Strongmaster' is designed specifically for industrial fume extraction that is easy to use with a fan capacity of 3,000m3/hour, a separator and a durable manual dedustable large surface class W3 UPF filter cartridge, which remains in the unit during dedusting making operator exposure to dust extremely low.