Several links mainly targeted for dust control in thermal power plants
1. Boiler dust collection: The boiler flue gas contains a large amount of dust and flue gas pollutants, which require dust collection treatment before the boiler discharges flue gas to reduce environmental pollution. Commonly used boiler dust collection equipment includes electrostatic dust collectors, bag type dust collectors, etc.
2. Chimney dust collection: Chimneys are the outlets for the discharge of flue gas from thermal power plants, which still contain certain amounts of dust and flue gas pollutants, and require dust collection treatment before discharge. Commonly used chimney dust collection equipment includes electrostatic dust collectors, filter bag dust collectors, etc.
3. Dust collection in ash storage: Boilers and flue gas treatment equipment in thermal power plants generate a large amount of dust, which needs to be centrally treated and stored. In the ash silo, it is necessary to use dust collection equipment for dust collection treatment in order to prevent dust from being polluted again.
4. Workshop dust collection: Each workshop in a thermal power plant also produces a large amount of dust, which requires the use of dust collection equipment for treatment. Commonly used workshop dust removal equipment includes cloth bag dust collectors, cyclone dust collectors, etc. In summary, dust control in thermal power plants requires different dust collection treatments for different locations to ensure the environmental protection requirements of flue gas emissions.