Fanquip offers innovative dust control systems for industry


Air movement specialist Fanquip has combined its various technologies and expertise to provide niche-sized fixed and relocatable dust control systems for the industrial sector.

The company has combined its fan technologies to provide dust containment units for rapid deployment and re-deployment when required.

Fanquip’s fixed or relocatable units can handle a wide range of dust particle sizes from large and coarse down to fines and clinker.

This means general dust control, as a necessary safety solution, is now a cost effective option for most companies.

Portable solutions can be fork lifted and put into the back of a van or truck for relocation on the same site or at any other site.

In a recent installation Fanquip designed and manufactured a specialised collector unit for a company that encountered an ongoing dust cloud problem when pumping cement into a furnace.

As part of its dust control solution service, a Fanquip specialist first analyses the situation and then recommends an appropriate design based on optimised dust collection units that can easily cope with the forecast maximum duty cycle of the application.

And because Fanquip is an Australian based company, it is accessible for upgrade advice and maintenance as well as general safety analysis.

When it comes to a fixed location dust control system, Fanquip can provide appropriate safety measures relating to accessibility for ongoing inspection and maintenance.



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