Isolation of small areas or processes within a larger facility is a cost-effective means to control plant air quality. Encapsulating a dust source and containing the “dirty air” in a walk-in booth or enclosure, minimizes the amount of air that needs to be cleaned and thus the cost of control.
Dust containment enclosures control those processes where pollutants are blown away from a capture point and dispersed around the facility by cross drafts, man coolers, compressed air or by rotating equipment like sanders and grinders. They can be rigid wall sheet metal construction or a soft wall design using vinyl curtains or noise blankets. They are an advantage where large pieces need to be cleaned and processed and moving of a flexible arm or moveable hood slows down the process.
- Free of cross drafts
- Lowest dollar per CFM of all dust collection process options.
- Isolate dusty areas within a plant
- Captures and contains all the dust from the operation
- Cost effective verses a ducted dust collection system
- Windows allows view of the operator in case of emergency
- Employee safety as noise is attenuated using noise blankets
- Work stations
- Walk-in Clean Air Stations
- Self-Contained Filtration Booth
- Dust Control Booth
- Dust Containment Booth
- Weigh stations
- Weld stations
- Grinding booths
- Assembly areas
- Blackout Inspection booths
- Noise control enclosures
- Equipment dedusting
- Bag filling operations
- Aircraft wings
- Filtration of captured particulate by way of a continuous duty pulse cleaning dust collection or a bank of replaceable throw away filters
- Noise blankets to attenuate the noise of grinders or other rotating machinery
- Retractable enclosures – The complete booth can be retracted like an accordion
- Retractable roof section for crane access
- Removeable Velcro sections to allow movement of materials thru the enclosure
- Custom designs to fit tight space envelopes
We’re ready to show you how encapsulating your dust source will keep your facility clean.