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    Keptter has one important mission to provide customer with unparalleled  services. Our achieved not only from the quality of products but also from close  customer relationship, nurtured from our complete service both before and  af
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    Why dust control?

    After dust is formed, control systems are used to reduce dust emissions. Although installing a dust control system does not assure total prevention of dust emissions, a well-designed dust control system can protect workers and often provide other benefits, such as-

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    Gas-Liquid Separation
      Regardless of the contact mechanism used, as much liquid and dust as possible must be removed. Once contact is made, dust particulates and water droplets combine to form agglomerates. As the agglomerates grow larger, they settle into
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    Reverse Air
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    Air pollution & Dust Particle pollution :
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    Particle pollution
    Particle pollution, called particulate matter or PM, is a combination of tiny specks of soot, dust, and aerosols that are suspended in the air we breathe.
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    Noise is an unwanted sound; its intensity (?loudness?) is measured in decibels (dB). ....
    The decibel scale is logarithmic, so a three-decibel increase in the sound level already represents a doubling of the noise intensity.
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