• dry fog
  • coal chute
  • codero plow with fog
  • Wind screen, steel beams with screen
  • Wood fog in hopper Shasta Energy
  • wind fence coal
  • Dry Fog™ Dust Suppression

    Ship Loader
  • Dry Fog™ Dust Suppression

    Silo Fill Conveyors at a Coal Fired Power Plant
  • Dry Fog™ Dust Suppression

    Reclaim Feeder for a Coal Mine
  • DustTamer™ Wind Fence

    Protecting a Mine Tailings Stockpile
  • Dry Fog™ Dust Suppression

    Truck Tipper for a Biomass Power Plant
  • DustTamer™ Wind Fence

    Protecting a Stockpile
Several factors must be considered when designing a Wind Fence System. These factors fall into three main categories:
  1. Ambient air/dust control effectiveness.
  2. Existing site conditions including equipment traffic patterns, other structures (including underground) and grade of terrain.
  3. Engineering factors that include wind load, seismic conditions, soil type and selection of column supports.

D.S.I. engineers can assist in the evaluation of these factors and provide whatever calculations that may be required, including certified drawings. We typically charge a nominal fee for this service and may be required in order to provide the customer with a firm scope of supply and or turn-key pricing. Budget pricing is typically provided at no charge.

Conclusion

Dust Tamer Wind Fence/Screen Systems, can be a highly effective measure to help control fugitive dust. It is a cost effective alternative to buildings and other solid structures.

Additional information is available upon request, including a U.S. EPA sponsored study titled, Windbreak Effectiveness for Storage Pile Fugitive Dust Control: A Wind Tunnel Study.

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