Dust

Why dust ?

To highlight the advantages of dust removal, Let us recall that the dust that surrounds us Includes different components that can be Grouped into two categories: 

  • biologically inert particles: debris Minerals and organic substances (pollens, fragments Skin or fabric, sand, cement, asbestos, Ash, iron dust, wood dust, Coal, particles that have attached and carry Atmospheric pollutants ...), 
  • potentially active particles on the Biological: small organisms (insect eggs) And micro-organisms (viruses, bacteria, yeasts and Molds conveyed in general By inert particles on which they Fix).

These organisms become active if they encounter Conditions conducive to their development: Presence of a hygroscopic nutrient substrate (Materials constituting the objects for example) and Favorable climate environment.

The presence of dust added to other Factors, in particular climatic factors, Demultiple The risks of contamination (by microorganisms) And infestation (by insects and Rodents) Incurred by the collections. Therefore, Combination of heat, humidity and dirt, In an obscure place where the air stagnates, creates a medium Conducive to the rapid development of molds And the proliferation of insects feeding on Paper, glue, wood, leather.... 

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WHAT SOLUTION?

This pollution must be treated by an industrial aspiration for obvious reasons of hygiene, Safety and quality. It is for this reason that NEW'R has developed solutions For aspiration consisting of industrial air filtration systems adapted to all sectors Of the industry. A dust extraction system or a centralized aspiration system The risk of dust explosion. Equipment such as the centralized suction pipe Or the industrial air filter will be selected depending on the environment concerned. In Some cases of energy savings could be envisaged, the efficiency of the filters allowing To carry out a recycling of extracted air for dedusting.

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