Solutions for the processing of ceramics and bricks include work stations (sound proofed in some cases) which confine areas in which pollutant is generated, while also guaranteeing space for operators to manoeuvre.
In the case of ceramic tile lines, the connection of automatic machinery outlets is sufficient.
Polluted flow is sent to filtering systems which may be wet (obsolete technology) or dry (using bag filtering).
An elastic coupling is fitted directly onto the motor to guarantee reduced energy consumption and maintenance intervals.
Brick firing processes (including refractory brick) require entirely different systems as high temperatures (250°C) and huge SO2/3 content requires the use of special components and construction details which enable the entire system to function.
This type of plant solution is definable as "niche" in virtue of numerous special characteristics: temperature management (to avoid dew point), the management of transmitters with inertising substances, anti-acid painting and pure PTFE bags.
Everything is controlled by a supervision system with remote signals and distance teleassistance.