Environmental Solution for Mitigating Dust Particle Dispersion in Air
REAL-TIME DUST MEASUREMENT SYSTEM FOR DUST SUPPRESSION
Mining and quarrying activities contribute to dust emissions from periodic explosions and heavy transportation vehicles. Subsequently, many industrial processes emit particulate matter mainly mineral, metallic, and wood dust. This phenomenon worsens air quality and increases the cases of respiratory ailments like asthma, bronchitis, etc. Dust measurement on these sites becomes critical as it can affect overall ambient air quality conditions. Construction activities are also one of the major sources of airborne particles. It produces particles like metallic, gravel, and concrete dust. In addition, DG sets and loading vehicles around the site emit gaseous pollutants like NO2 and SO2, which can form nitrate and sulfate particles. Consequently, this attributes to the adverse effects on the health of the workers and residents living in the proximity.
By installing the Dust measurement system around the sites, dust impact is quantified. Setting thresholds on the dust levels can provide relevant alerts for the authorities and regulatory bodies. The alerts are useful to optimize the dust suppression process and automate the system.
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By installing the Dustroid – Online Dust Monitoring Device around mines, quarries, and construction sites, monitoring of suspended particulate matter, i.e. Monitoring of PM1, PM2.5, PM10, PM100 in real-time. The dust measurement data helps in optimizing the dust-suppression process in case of excess emissions from the sources. This data is useful to generate alerts and alarms on the basis of the custom threshold set by regulators. Using such triggers, a pre-existing dust suppression system like Mist cannons, Sprinklers, Mechanical barriers, Dust collectors, Dust Filters, etc. is activated.
Why Dust Monitoring is Important for Mitigating Dust Particle?
The solution ensures that effective alerts are deliverable to the site contractor and the triggers automate the dust suppression systems on time. Hence, taking relevant actions on these triggers, dust levels are maintained within the permissible limits for effective environmental regulation. The real-time Dust measurement system also ensures the health and safety of the people working on the field. Read more on air pollution case studies.
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