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Emission Control

Glass and Ceramic

In the realms of glass and ceramics manufacturing, the necessity for efficient dust and fine particle separation is underscored in several critical processes, vital for maintaining product quality, operational efficiency, and environmental standards.

During the treatment of recycled glass, removing fine particles and dust is essential to ensure the purity of cullet, thereby reducing waste and enhancing the quality of new glass products. Similarly, in the glass bottle manufacturing sector, the drying processes demand dust management to prevent contamination and ensure the integrity of the finished products. In ceramics production, the importance of dust separation extends to spray drying processes, crucial for creating uniform, fine powders for construction ceramics and advanced applications, ensuring consistent material quality and reducing defects.

The role of dust separation becomes increasingly critical in the ceramics sector, particularly in spray drying applications where the yield of recovered powder directly influences production efficiency and material utilization, reducing waste. Furthermore, during the grinding of ceramics, including ceramic coatings like borosilicate glass, capturing and recovering the fine dust emitted into the factory environment is vital for both economic reasons and workplace safety.