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Enviromental Control

Industrial Environmental Control 

Our expert team can provide a complete dust, fume collection and extraction solution for Industrial facilities that meets local regulations for Fire Code, Environmental by-laws, NFPA guidelines and Health & Safety regulations. In addition we can design and supply flue gas ducts and its special components like dampers and expansion joints for boilers and carbon capture projects 

Dust Collection & Extraction System 

Industrial dust collection systems are used for air quality improvement and safety in various workspaces. They filter out dust and particles from the air and environment by extracting the air at the source of emission and forcing it through a series of filters. The clean air is then returned or exhausted, and the collected dust is contained for disposal. There are two main categories of dust collection systems: source capture and ambient. The design and selection of dust collectors, filter media, fan performance, dampers, silencers, duct, and capture hoods depend on the type and characteristics of the dust and the air stream. Industrial dust collection systems require regular inspection and maintenance to ensure efficient operation and avoid damage or degradation.

Dust Collection System

Fume Collection & Extraction System 

Industrial fume extraction systems are air pollution control equipment that remove and filter harmful gases, fumes, smoke, and dust from various heat processes. They are designed to protect the health of workers and the environment. They can be used in different industries and applications that generate high volumes of fume and dust particulate, such as welding, metalworking, injection molding, additive manufacturing, and chemical processing. They can have different source capture methods, such as fume extractor arms, overhead hoods, and backdraft hoods

Fume Collection system

Flue Gas Duct Design 

Flue gas duct design refers to the process of designing a duct system that will transport flue gases from a combustion process to the point of release into the atmosphere. Flue gas duct design is a critical component of any combustion system, as it directly impacts the efficiency and performance of the system.

Here are some key considerations for flue gas duct design:

  1. Temperature: Flue gases are often hot, so duct design must take into account the potential for high temperatures and thermal expansion. The duct material and insulation must be able to withstand the high temperatures.

  2. Pressure: Flue gases are often under pressure, so duct design must account for potential pressure drops and resistance within the ductwork. This can impact the efficiency of the system.

  3. Corrosion: Flue gases can be corrosive, so duct material must be resistant to corrosion. This can impact the selection of material for the ductwork.

  4. Condensation: Flue gases may also contain water vapor, which can condense and cause corrosion or blockages within the ductwork. Proper insulation and drainage must be considered in the design.

  5. Accessibility: Flue gas ducts should be designed with accessibility in mind, to allow for maintenance and inspection.

Flue Gas Ducts
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