Dust extraction plants are used to remove dust and particulate matter generated during various industrial processes. These systems are crucial in industries such as woodworking, metalworking, and mining, where airborne dust poses a risk to worker health and safety.
Dust extraction plants typically consist of a network of ducts, an extraction unit, and a filtration system. The ducts capture dust at the source, transporting it to the extraction unit, where filters separate the dust from the air. Clean air is then released back into the workspace or discharged outside the facility, while the collected dust is safely disposed of or recycled.