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Heading: 1.1.2Dust Control within Screening Buildings
Using buildings to enclose dry screening processes look like a good idea on the outside, but on the inside, it seems like there is one big mess.

If you are in colder climates where temperatures are well below freezing, the challenge becomes even greater. Attempting to heat the building while a baghouse system is sucking dust and heated air from inside the building and exhausting the heated air outside the building seems insane.

Does anyone have any suggestions, as to how to control dust within dry screening structures?

Jay Lukkarila

Why does the baghouse vent to the outside, It should be containing all the dust and just expelling air?
Wilkerson Wilkerson

Hi Jay,
I can forward you some information on our dust sealing systems for screens,conveyors,etc. You may have heard of our systems that are in place in Southern California. These were in installed by our local distributor in Corona, Ca - Cooley Equipment.
Tom T. said hello, he mentioned that he spoke to you yesterday, and he can give you some references in his area of successful dust sealing applications.
I can also provide the name of our regional specialist in the St. Paul area if you are interested.

Best regards,
Rich Moreno
Screening Media/Wear protection specialist
West Coast
916-718-3876 direct
Richard Moreno
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