Despite the dangers of dust being well known, over 12,000 workers in the UK die each year because of past exposure to dangerously high dust levels in hazardous environments.
Most dust suppression systems aren’t capable of intelligently understanding and responding to dangerous dust levels, because the monitoring technology they use is outdated and unreliable and is incapable of providing an accurate real-time picture of the hazards present.
Through the integration of our intelligent, real-time dust monitor, dust suppression systems – whether water, lubricant or foam based – can exercise greater control over dust management and intelligently automate dust suppression, reducing the reliance on personnel and enabling significant cost-savings by switching the system off when it is not required.
The availability of up-to-the-minute, highly accurate information is a critical factor in the effectiveness of dust suppression, ensuring compliance and helping to improve worker safety.
Using our systems, you can improve dust management across your operation significantly and protect your workers, machinery and assets from dangerously high levels of dust, whilst improving your process efficiency and reducing costs.
Process Control for the
Pigment Manufacturing Industry
Find out how the Air XD integrated with this customer's existing process and dust control measures to allow much tighter control of the pigment production process.
Process leakage identified via remote monitoring
Learn how real-time monitoring of the particulates generated by the milling process has enabled effective remote detection of process leaks, allowing this customer to protect their personnel.
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