3. Feeding and Mixing Dust Treatment
The feeding process involves the conversion of diverse raw food ingredients into a single, homogenized form of feed, such as mash, pellet, and crumbles, etc. During this process, the fine dust coming out travels through the worker’s breathing zone and into the rest of the facility. Exposure to such dust can be hazardous to worker’s health.
Similarly, during the batch mixing process of food production, when the raw materials are poured together for the mixing process, a large amount of airborne dust is generated, which gradually spread in the workshop environment. Furthermore, if the dust is flammable and explosive, it can also threaten the lives of employees.
In order to handle this kind of dust, it is necessary to reasonably design the size and installation mode of the suction hood, and the industrial dust collection system should be carefully calculated and selected.