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    ellanos Guest

    Shipunloading dust control

    Dear friends:

    Our company needs a system to control dust generated during phosphate rock shipunloading. Major dust emission points are: (1) windblown dust at ship´s holds (2) clamshells discharge onto mobile hoppers (3) belt conveyor transfer points.
    Please advise what companies could be interested in offering dust abatement technology for this aplication.


    Thanks in advance,


    Samllanos

  2. The dust control system for ship unloading operation is very much affiliated with ship unloading system / mechanism.
    I would suggest you to contact the manufacturers of the Ship Unloader who will be in the best position to offer the system or suggest the supplier of dust control systems, who will have the necessary experience for such specific cases.

    Regards,
    Ishwar G Mulani.
    Author of Book : Engineering Science and Application Design for Belt Conveyor.
    Email : parimul@pn2.vsnl.net.in
    Tel.: 0091 (0)20 5882916

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    Richard Davies - Dustex, USA Guest
    I agree with Mr. Mulani. The first two areas of concern are probably best handled by them.
    As far as the belt conveyor transfer points go, you could utilize small "insertable" pulse jet dust collectors for those areas of concern. They are available from various dust collector manufacturers.

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    Ditmars Guest

    Smile Burnley Baffles for Dust Suppression

    McGill AirClean Corporation provides dust suppression systems for effective dust control for facilities that handle grain, fertilizer, cement, lime, coal, crushed rock, powders, and chemicals.

    We offer Burnley Baffles for controlling fugitive dust from loading and unloading operations, including shipping docks. Our Burnley Baffles are gravity-operated devices consisting of pivotally mounted baffles and fixed metal deflectors.

    A detailed brochure is attached and also available for download from www.mcgillairclean.com. A videotape demonstration of the Burnley Baffles operating at a ship unloading dock is available on request.

    For immediate assistance to determine your needed dust suppressio configuration and/or to request a quotation, please contact Mr. Dave Luttenberger at 614/542-2427. Email: service@mcgillairclean.com. Address: McGill AirClean Corporation, 1779 Refugee Road, Columbus, Ohio 43207-2119, USA.

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    Lightbulb

    I suggest you to consult to:

    NEUERO
    Contact: Mr. Andreas HIDENBURG
    Phone: 00 49 542295030
    e-mail: neuero@neuero.de

    More information: http://www.neuero.de

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    Straif Guest
    We ask you to contact us, because we have a lot of experiences in dedusting filters for ship unloading terminals, special in the dedusting of phosphate rock ship unloading stations in ports of Syria and Jordan.

    Please contact:

    SCHEUCH GmbH
    Mr. Josef Reisinger
    Phone: 00 43 7752 905 124
    Fax: 00 43 7752 905 375
    E-Mail: j.reisinger@scheuch.com
    http://www.scheuch.com

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    O.G.Vanani Guest
    Our Principals, M/s Dustven Private Ltd can do the job.

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    Conveyor Dynamics, Inc. (CDI) offers dust control for belt conveyor transfer stations. See: www.conveyor-dynamics.com

    Other forms of dust generation may also be controlled by the science/engineering solutions we offer.

    Discrete Element Method (DEM) simulation modeling of granular flow with gas can produce the best available transfer chute geometry that can achieve twelve major benefits and control of:

    1. Dust emissions
    2. Belt wear
    3. Belt puntures, tears,.....
    4. Noise
    5. Liner wear
    6. Product degradation
    7. Impact station idler life
    8. Belt spillage
    9. Chute pluggage
    10. Belt tracking by load centering
    11. Power saving
    12. Increased belt capacity

    Hoping to hear from you.

    Lawrence Nordell
    Conveyor Dynamics, Inc. USA
    nordell@conveyor-dynamics.com
    ph: 360-671-2200
    fx: 360-671-8450

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    Steve Coffee Guest

    Lightbulb Reverse Pulsejet Dust Collectors

    Dear Samllanos:

    Scientific Dust Collectors (www.scidustcollectors.com) has extensive experience in this type of application with companies such as Lafarge. Please refer to website and feel free to contact me directly for more information.

    Best regards,
    Steve Coffee
    scoffee@scientificdust.com

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    John Purvis Guest
    Camfil-Farr offers a comprehensive range of dust abatement equipment to suit various Air Pollution Control applications.

    Please visit the Air Polution Control section on our web site for more information (http://www.camfil.com) or contact me direct.

    John B. Purvis
    Camfil Farr Ltd, UK
    E-Mail: john.purvis@camfil.co.uk

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