Dust Types

A sample of dusts for which Griffin has designed dust collectors

Food Industry Related: These dusts are primarily from food processing and manufacturing. They are often organic and can be combustible. Proper handling is crucial due to potential health hazards and their role in food production.

Metals and Minerals: These dusts come from mining, metal processing, and manufacturing. They can be abrasive, potentially toxic, and require careful handling to avoid environmental and health risks.

Construction and Building Materials: Originating from construction activities, these dusts are commonly found in urban and industrial areas. They can affect air quality and are often a focus of environmental regulations.

Industrial and Chemical Products: These are by-products of chemical and industrial processes. They vary greatly in composition and require specific handling procedures due to their potentially hazardous nature.


Food Industry Related Metals and Minerals Construction and Building Materials Industrial and Chemical Products
Spices Gold Cement ABS powder
Starch Alumina hydrate Concrete ABS pellets
Sugar Aluminum Gypsum Carbon black
Flour Arsenic dust Limestone PVC pellets
Cocoa shells Brass Brick dust Detergent powder
Green coffee bean dust Bronze Granite dust Bromine
Ice cream cone dust Iron
Chocolate Tin
Zinc oxide