Underground Crusher Dust Control at Lake Shore Mine
THE object of this paper is to present a brief summary of the dust control system in use on the 3,825-foot level at the jaw crusher station, Lake Shore mine. During the years 1936 and 1937, dust survey reports were presented to the management showing that high dust concentrations were being created during operating periods. At that time, however, this crusher was running only an hour or so each shift, and it was felt that no large capital expenditure for dust control equipment could be justified.
Air, conveyors, crusher, exhaust system, general idea, grizzly falls, Lake Shore Mines, Crushers, Dust, Dust control, Filters, Ore, Ores