Featured Dust Extraction products
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Dusts are tiny solid particles scattered or suspended in the air. The particles are “inorganic” or “organic,” depending on the source of the dust. Inorganic dusts can come from grinding metals or minerals such as rock or soil. Examples of inorganic dusts are silica, asbestos, and coal. Organic dusts originate from plants or animals. An example of organic dust is dust that arises from handling grain. These dusts can contain a great number of substances. Aside from the vegetable or animal component, organic dusts may also contain fungi or microbes and the toxic substances given off by microbes. For example, histoplasmosis, psittacosis and Q Fever are diseases that people can get if they breathe in organic that are infected with a certain microorganisms. Whereas chemical dusts can cause cancer or acute toxic effects. Dusts can also come from organic chemicals (e.g., dyes, pesticides).
The way the respiratory system responds to inhaled particles depends, to a great extent, on where the particle settles. For example, irritant dust that settles in the nose may lead to rhinitis, an inflammation of the mucous membrane. If the particle attacks the larger air passages, inflammation of the trachea (tracheitis) or the bronchi (bronchitis) may be seen. The most significant reactions of the lung occur in the deepest parts of this organ. Particles that evade elimination in the nose or throat tend to settle in the sacs or close to the end of the airways. But if the amount of dust is large, the macrophage system may fail. Dust particles and dust-containing macrophages collect in the lung tissues, causing injury to the lungs e.g. scar tissue.
Dust, fumes and other gaseous contaminants can be extremely dangerous to both the health of your employees and your business. Exposure can lead to a wide variety of illness and poor health in the longer term, as well as significantly affect productivity and workforce performance. Our extensive range of dust extractors and dust extraction units means that it’s easier to keep this menace under control.
We offer a wide variety of extraction systems tailored to your individual needs. With our extensive knowledge in various industries no application is beyond our capabilities. Our dust extraction units and extraction systems cover:
- 425M3/hr-23,000+M3/hr of filtered extraction
- Manual or Automatic cleaning
- Shaker or on-line reverse pulse cleaning
- ATEX compliant models available
- Various filter media available
- Quiet in operation
- Remote control unit
- Available with poly-sack or debris collection bins