Choosing dust control systems for indoor or outdoor use starts with understanding the needs of the space. These systems, depending on their design, can be used both indoors and out.

The way that the most efficient dust control systems operate is through the use of a mist or fog. This allows extremely small droplets of water, just microns in size, to attach to dust in the air. The combination of dust and water is too heavy to remain in the air, so it falls to the ground where it remains.

When using these highly economical systems, there are three different factors to consider. By choosing the right match for your facility or location, the system will perform to expectations.

Correct Configuration

Not every building or outdoor area is the same. The top manufacturers of industrial dust control systems recognize this fact and provide a range of different products. These products are all optimized for specific locations and requirements. Having the experts design the system and setup a configuration for maximum efficiency in the system is an essential factor.

Volume and Quantity of Mist Produced

Not all types of dust and odor control systems provide the same level of coverage. Each unit, which typically includes a mister/fogger as well as a fan will be rated to cover a set number of square feet. By selecting a system with the coverage required as well as the finest possible production of water droplets to address the air in your facility, you will save on costs while boosting the effectiveness.

Flexibility of the System

There are some systems that provide a range of different options in foggers/misters and fans. This can include deflectors to allow direction of the mist and air combination produced. With this ability the system becomes more flexible, allowing configuration for a wider range of locations, building and dust control needs.