Dustcontrol UK will be exhibiting a range of its high-performance extraction equipment at Advanced Engineering 2019, taking place on Wednesday, 30th and Thursday, 31st October at the NEC, Birmingham. The Dustcontrol team will be showcasing the firm’s extensive range of both fixed and mobile cyclone-based dust extractors and air cleaners at stand M116.
The DC 11-Module for example, which comes in several models, is an optimised stand-alone unit for source extraction and industrial cleaning. It has been designed to service up to six normal extraction points or several cleaning outlets at a time, and is modularly built, meaning it can be tailor-made to suit any manufacturing and production environment.
As with all of Dustcontrol UK’s equipment, the DC 11-Module can be fitted with Hepa 13 filters, meaning exhaust air can be safely returned to the work environment.
James Miller, Managing Director of Dustcontrol UK, said: "We’re excited to be showcasing a range of our most efficient extraction equipment at Advanced Engineering 2019. As well as showcasing centralised systems, we’ll be exhibiting a range of H Class mobile air cleaners and cyclone-based vacuum units, with a selection of ATEX-approved models and accessories to complete the extensive range.
“In addition, all of our mobile machines are designed to be as ergonomic as possible, so they are easy to handle, move around and transport, as well as being simple to maintain.”
The company, based in Milton Keynes, has over 45 years of experience in developing dust extraction solutions and centralised vacuum systems to fit client requirements in the manufacturing and engineering industries. They are experts in capturing dust at its source - both where and when it’s created.
With a two-day attendance of some 15,000 engineering professionals, Advanced Engineering promotes supply chain business and technology transfer across the aerospace, automotive, medical technology and energy industries, as well as any other sector that involves high-value manufacturing and innovation.
Miller concluded: “Advanced Engineering 2019 will provide us with a great platform to show trade users first-hand how our elite dust extracting equipment can help them stay healthy while on the job.”