The most common concern for cement, asphalt and concrete industries is to find a dust collection system that will be cost effective, compact, and reduce product loss. With all of these of this in mind, we are exploring the most common dust collection solutions for this industry.
The most common concern for cement, asphalt and concrete industries is to find a dust collector that will be cost effective, run at peak efficiency, prevent them from losing product while taking up minimal space. With all of these of this in mind, what’s the most common solution to these frustrations?
The overwhelming choice for dust control in the cement, concrete, and asphalt industry is a bin vent system with Spunbond Polyester filters. When you are trying to figure out what type of dust collector is right for your application, you’ll find that bin vents are most commonly used in applications involving silos, storage bins, or where you are moving product from one location to another. One of the greater advantages of using a bin vent is that they are very space-efficient and modular. Bin vents have a small footprint you can easily expand down the road. You also have the option of installing several smaller bin vents instead of one large central baghouse with ducting. Whether you need one or several, you’re still going to benefit from the top advantages of a bin vent.
Top Benefits of a Bin Vent:
Ideal for product transfer applications
Compact and Modular
Designed for easy service and change outs
May not require additional ductwork
Most Common Dust Collector for Cement, Concrete, and Asphalt Applications:
Bin Vent Model 3-PBBV-39-6.25
Bin Vent Model 66-PTPV-84-6
Bin Vent Model 22-PBBV-39-6.25
Most Common Filter Media for Cement, Concrete, and Asphalt Applications: