Two C&W Dust Collection Systems for a Mixer Drum with De-bagger and a Brick Coloring Station\
At each ducting pick-up point, C&W supplied an aluminum slide gate to balance air ﬂow.
C&W Supplied the Snorkel Box
C&W Supplied Hanson Brick’s Mixer Drum and De-Bagger with:
C&W supplied ducting to each mixer tank, shown above
Shown is C&W’s CPR 6500 Dust Collector which captures fugitive dust from three mixer tanks (left) and the enclosed cabinet (below).
Brick Coloring Station features:
Mixer tanks contain coloring powder that’s dispensed with a shaking mechanism onto the bricks below which are located on a moving conveyor. When the shaking mechanism is in use, this creates a large amount of dust. To solve this problem, C&W customized an enclosed cabinet with plexi-glass windows to capture the fugitive dust.
C&W custom manufactured this cabinet with plexi-glass windows and is
approximately 12 feet long and 6 feet high. Hopper and Screw Conveyors are located underneath the cabinet to gather the collected dust.