Dust Suppression in the Waste Industry

KVA Thurgau, Weinfelden 2013

Our third installation in an urban waste incinerator which, thanks to rigid sub-zero winter temperatures, allowed Nephos to learn what happens when Nephos fog freezes. Becuause the mirodroplets of water are frozen they loose their ability to attract and absorb dust. These beautiful but useless clouds were floating above the waste pile and actually decreasing visiibility in the plant. As soon as the mechanism was clear a solution was found to keep the temperatures above freezing and the Nephos Fog System functioned perfectly.