Plant Engineering and Construction of Dust Suppression Systems

Behind every well-functioning plant stands an excellent planning as well as consulting team. At EmiControls, nothing is left to chance: before we start a project, we personally visit the site and provide our customers with competent and professional advice.

Problem Identification and Solving


To guarantee optimal results, the demands and needs of our customers are the main focus of our planning from the very first consultation.

During an initial on-site inspection, we analyze the sources of dust and the type as well as the quantity of dust. With the help of the gained information, we determine the actual state and then, together with the customer, we define the requirements and goals for the dust suppression system.

Only when the actual and desired state has been defined, we start with the planning of the dust suppression system. In close cooperation with the customer, we calculate all elements of the plant down to the last detail. Because only a perfectly coordinated plant planning is the key to an energy-efficient and resource-saving dust control system.


Step 1: Assessment of the actual state

  • Definition of the dust source
  • Measurement and logging of the intensity and concentration of dust emission (over a longer period of time)
  • Determination of the different types of dust
  • Analysis of material flows 

Step 2: Definition of the desired state

  • Which legal aspects have to be considered in terms of environmental protection and occupational safety?
  • Based on the dust measurements and possible requirements from authorities/work safety etc., we define the desired values
  • What are the technical requirements for the plant (e.g. automation)? 

Step 3: Solution proposal

  • Elaboration of the project to achieve the desired state

Competent Organization during Installation and Commissioning


After the planning and coordination phase, we begin with the installation of the system. An EmiControls project manager is responsible for supervising and coordinating the work while serving as the primary contact for the customer. The specific nature of each dust problem always requires an individual approach to be perfectly tailored to the customer’s needs.

At the end of the construction work, the project manager and his team take over the commissioning and, after a detailed training session, hand over the dust suppression system to the customer.


Step 4: Installation

Step 5: Commissioning

  • Training
  • Handover of all documents

After-Sales Service & Monitoring of Dust Values


Even after commissioning, we are always there for our customers. The service team is available to our customers for questions regarding the plant as well as for any repair and maintenance work.

Maintenance contracts additionally ensure long-lasting safety and reliable operation of the plant. In order to be able to immediately solve any problems that may arise, we have an extensive stock of spare parts; not only for the current equipment but also for older models.

In order to check whether the system achieves the desired and pre-defined goals, we regularly check the dust values. These data additionally provide reliable documentation of the development of the dust values (interesting for authorities).


Step 6: Verification of the desired state

  • Measurement of the dust values
  • Optimization of the plant

Step 7: After-sales service

  • Regular maintenance
  • Delivery of spare parts