Dust Suppression

October 22nd, 2014 by Smart Fog

Dust Suppression Systems

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) establish guidelines for dust suppression to protect workers and the environment respectively. Many studies have been done on the damage to workers’ health caused by breathing in large amounts of dust for sustained periods of time. In some environments, simple breathing masks do not effectively eliminate the required amount of dust particles.

Proven, Effective, and Reliable Dust Suppression

Smart Fog has created a proven method of dust suppression. By Creating 4.2µ, water droplets (Defined as Dry Fog) into the air by Smart Fog system. Dust particles are trapped by the water droplets and not allowed to travel through the air. Smart Fog droplets can catch all size range particles. Because of the droplets’ size, more droplets are available in the air as compared to other fogging systems. The Smart Fog system has proven itself in the most demanding dust suppression situations.

Smart Fog uses the best materials and components available to create a long-lasting dust suppression fogger needing very low maintenance. The Smart Fog systems use less water and less power than other systems to lower utility costs for customers. The Smart Fog team stands by to answer any questions you may have. After all: You need the best dust suppression system.

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