Material Handing Dust Control Systems
Midwest’s state-of-the-art material handling Dust-Buster Dust Control Systems apply foam dust suppression agents at transfer, process point, stack-out, or reclaim areas in an accurate and easy-to-control method. Working together, our custom dust control systems and chemical dust suppression agents stop process dust from occurring during loading, unloading, belt conveying and transferring, stack-out reclaim, crushing, and other critical locations where particles can become airborne and cause many environmental headaches.
Midwest’s Dust-Buster foam-spraying systems make operations safer and cleaner. They require 90 percent less water than other methods and protect moving parts on the conveyor belt from exposure to abrasive dust particles that water cannot capture.
Dust-Buster dust suppression spray systems are equally effective in controlling concrete dust, cement and cement kiln dust, coal dust, aggregate dust and almost any type of material handling dust regardless of industry.
Material Handling Dust Control Programs
As a total-solution company, Midwest can provide a full dust-suppression spray system program starting with a site survey and proceeding through equipment design, installation, ongoing service and onsite performance testing. Our seasoned experts ensure that all systems are functioning efficiently so that optimal dust suppression levels are the norm.
The advanced and customizable design of Midwest’s Dust-Buster dust control management systems facilitates optimal dust suppression no matter how difficult the challenge. Dust-Buster spray systems can be off-the-shelf units or can be custom-designed to meet each customer’s unique specifications.
- Reduces dust by up to 90%
- Does not release dust downstream
- Alleviates respiratory issues caused by poor air quality
- Customizable to meet the needs of specific operations
- Manufactured for years of use in harsh environments
- Motors designed for manual or automatic on/off
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