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Industrial Dust Extraction

Many types of materials generate varying types of dust, dependent on the processes and materials used in the production environment. Some of these dusts can be hazardous, and some even potentially explosive – to keep your work space safe and healthy, careful consideration and planning should be applied when considering dust removal systems.

Make integratedAIR Systems your trusted dust control partner and we will do the rest. With experience in multiple industries, such as commercial print, corrugated card, beverage cans and many more, we are dedicated to our trade and ready to work with you.

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Industrial Dust Extraction

How Does an Industrial Dust Extraction Systems Work?

To be effective, your dust extraction system needs to be tailored to the equipment you use, and the type of dust they create. The starting point for this is selecting the appropriate application-specific dust collectors.

Following this, the dust extraction process can take place:


The dust is captured with an extraction hood, a flat-bed vacuum system or an on-tool dust collector depending on the industrial process.


Ducted air at the correct velocity keeps the extracted dust in suspension.


Once collected, the dust goes through dust extraction filters which filter the air, collect the dust and can then recycle clean air back into the workspace.

Cleaner Air Flow

One problem encountered by an industrial dust control filter is that it can very quickly become clogged, reducing efficiency as the extracted airflow reduces. To address this, a reverse jet pulse cartridge or bag filter would be

The way a reverse jet filter works is to periodically blast the opposite side of the filter with a jet of compressed air. The collected dust is dropped into the collector hopper & bin below, and the filter elements cleaned to allow air to pass through the selected media & flow freely again.

Cleaner air flow

What Are the Applications of Industrial Dust Extraction Systems?

Dust control filter systems are essential in any business where processes generate dust.

Most recently we have been designing systems for removing Aluminium, corrugated card and lacquer dust for companies such as Crown Packaging, Ball packaging, Trivium, DS Smith, Bluetree group and many more, all around the world. We can do the same for you.

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Industrial dust control systems

What Are the Benefits of Industrial Dust Control Systems?

Dust control systems are vital to meeting your safety, quality and environmental obligations, as well as saving you time and money in the long run:
Protects worker health
Protects product quality
Protects plant machinery
Reduces explosive risk
Reduces necessary workspace cleaning
Reduces general machinery maintenance and servicing

Compliant Systems

We can make sure that your systems are compliant with whatever regulations that need to be followed depending on the type of dust or fume that needs to be extracted:

• Our equipment will help your workplace comply with LEV & CoSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) requirements.
• Our equipment will meet the emissions regulations set by your local authority.
• When a dust is potentially explosive, and/or when a filter unit is being installed in an ATEX rated area, our range of filter units can be supplied fully compliant with the ATEX Directive.
• Our systems can also be supplied with ATEX certified non-return valves for mounting in your extraction ductwork. This prevents explosions from propagating through extraction ducts and back into production areas, providing a de-coupling feature required for ATEX compliance.

Compliant dust control systems

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