Dust suppression

Dust Control ­Technology has announced the introduction of a new low-turbulence design for applications in which a fan-driven mist would be undesirable. The DustBoss® DB-M (Fig.) is well suited to operating conditions involving very fine dust particles. It generates an umbrella-shaped cloud of atomized droplets averaging 50-200 µm in size, projecting the mist about 30 feet (9.14 m) under calm conditions.www.dustboss.com

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