Controlling the high levels of dust generated in crushing operations to meet stringent permitting requirements is a difficult challenge for mining engineers. At one U.S. copper mine, the use of a cartridge-style dry dust collection system from Farr Air Pollution Control (APC) has reduced emissions to a level of only 0.00037 grains/dry standard cubic foot (dscf) average. This is just a fraction of the required limit of 0.02 grains/dscf – while delivering added benefits of energy savings, water savings and ease of maintenance.Controlling the high levels of dust generated in crushing operations to meet stringent permitting requirements is a difficult challenge for mining engineers. At one U.S. copper mine, the use of a cartridge-style dry dust collection system from Farr Air Pollution Control (APC) has reduced emissions to a level of only 0.00037 grains/dry standard cubic foot (dscf) average. This is just a fraction of the required limit of 0.02 grains/dscf – while delivering added benefits of energy savings, water savings and ease of maintenance.

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