• 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

Dry Fog has many advantages over dry dust collection systems commonly referred to as Bag-houses. These Dry Fog advantages include:

  1. Dry fog is typically up to 4 times less costly to purchase, operate and maintain. See  pdf Cost comparisons Dry Fog versus collection submitted to the U.S. Environmantl Protection Agency (USEPA) by a PRB Coal Mine.
  2. No duct work is required.
  3. No secondary waste stream to deal with.
  4. Reduced explosion hazard as we do not collect the dust where it is contained waiting for an ignition source.
  5. No moving parts to repair or replace.
  6. Considered BACT for PRB Coal Conveying systems by the Wyoming DEQ.
  7. Now rated as Best Demonstrated Technology or BDT for subbituminous coal handling by the U.S.E.P.A.

View Video of Dust Discharge of a PRB Coal Mine Bag-house before Dry Fog. Note dust is still coming off the belt when collecting, then a large discharge of dust when purging to the belt.

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