Dust extraction specialist continues 50th anniversary year with attendance next month’s PPMA Show

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Dustcontrol UK is set to exhibit a range of its highly effective extraction equipment at next month’s highly anticipated Processing and Packaging Machinery Association Show (PPMA) – as the company continues to mark 50 years of extraction solutions for the production industry.

Taking place from Tuesday, September 27th to Thursday, September 29th at the NEC, Birmingham, the Dustcontrol team will be showcasing the firm’s extensive range of both fixed and mobile cyclone-based dust extractors, air cleaners, as well as a selection of mobile machines on Stand E30.

The DC11-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 DC11-Module can be fitted with HEPA 13 filters, allowing exhaust air to be safely returned to the work environment.

Alternatively, the firm’s evolved GFF (Good For Food) range of food and pharma-grade dust extraction accessories and equipment is also set to be on display. The GFF range is designed to offer efficient dust extraction and cleaning of food contact areas that previously may not have been allowed, while also opening up the possibility for recycling.

On top of this, the Dustcontrol team will be showcasing its DC AirCube 500, DC AirCube 2000, DC Tromb 240V and DC 1800 EX Stainless Steel. The DC AirCube 2000 is the company’s most powerful single-phase air cleaner with a capacity of 1800m3/hr. It comprises an energy-saving ECO-fan, a pre-filter, a HEPA H13 microfilter of 10m2, a filter indication lamp, and variable speed transmission to save energy consumption. It also has the capability to clean air from hazardous particles as small as 0.3 micrometres, including both silica dusts and airborne viruses.

James Miller, Director of Dustcontrol UK, said: “The PPMA exhibition is a great event and one that we’re all very excited to showcase our products at. We supply a complete range of dust collector equipment and accessories for large and small companies across many industries – from aviation and automotive, to metal work, printing, food, and pharmaceuticals.”

The company, based in Milton Keynes, has 50 years of experience in developing dust extraction solutions and centralised vacuum systems to fit client requirements in the production industry. They are experts in problem-solving with a high technical capability of capturing dust at its source, then containing and transporting it to a convenient discharge solution.

Organised by the PPMA, the three-day event will see around 400 exhibitors showcase their products to more than 8,000 visitors, with every aspect of the production line being represented; from labelling, filling and packaging machinery, to processing equipment, robotics, automation and industrial vision systems.

James concluded: “The PPMA event will provide an excellent opportunity for us to show those in the production industry how we can help businesses stay healthy through the use of efficient dust extraction.”

For further information on Dustcontrol UK’s products call 01327 858001, or email sales@dustcontrol.co.uk

For further information visit www.dustcontroluk.co.uk or www.ppmashow.co.uk

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