In this guide, we will look at dust collection as a system. We’ll then discuss each individual component of the system and how it can help or hurt overall performance. Then, we’ll talk about what to consider as you work to achieve the best design for your specific individual needs. I will also show you two videos of two different systems I set up and used here in my workshop.
Electrostatic precipitator (ESP) is a kind of dust removal equipment in which dust particles are ionized by high voltage electric field and charged by dust particles. Under the action of electric field force, dust particles are deposited on the electrode, so that dust particles and dust gases are separated. It can effectively recover the dust in the gas to purify the gas. The dust removal efficiency can reach 99% or even higher under suitable conditions. At present, it has been widely used in chemical industry, thermal power generation, cement, metallurgy, paper making and electronics, etc.
DIY Dust Collector System with Homemade Blast Gates and Automatic Start/Stop Function.
Dust collection systems are key to maintaining appropriate conditions for employees and equipment in industrial workspaces. Dust collectors are designed and constructed to filter airborne dust and debris that can cause injury or illness to employees, damage or degrade equipment, and negatively impact plant production. In light of this important function, it is essential to choose the right dust collection system to maintain a clean, productive, and compliant work environment. Below is an overview of some of the considerations to keep in mind when designing and selecting a dust collector system.