Have you ever tried to breathe in a dusty room? It can make it a lot harder, or make you feel like you’re sucking air through a straw. Along with the difficulty of breathing, you can also inhale things you shouldn’t, such as particles, debris, and dust.
It’s a good idea to use dust suppression systems whenever you have dusty rooms or bad odours, such as mould or mildew. Whether you choose wet or dry applications, you’ll be able to breathe easier and do your work without risk of injury, ensuring that you and your employees are safe.
If you’re considering dust suppression systems for your barn, farm, or building, you need to consider all the factors and options. The dry system uses filters where air is sucked into the filtration system and trapped. It can work in small areas. However, the wet system uses liquids, such as water. The water is sprayed using a fine mist. It uses water lines, filters, pumps, and specialty nozzles. It is most effective on large areas and outside applications. They can be used in steel mills, grain storage/mill facilities, mining, power plants, and on home farms.
At Tank Management Services, they offer Rapid Spray brand in a variety of sizes. You can choose petrol or diesel driven pumps. Their products are made of high-quality polyethylene and are customisable for your task. They’re also functional and designed to withstand harsh Australian conditions, which means you won’t have a problem while using them. You can also find sprayers that will fit the system so that you can apply fertiliser and other chemicals as necessary. Whether you want to fill them from overhead standpipes, dams, pools, or hydrants, you’ll find that these dust suppression systems are efficient and cost-effective, encouraging more productivity and fewer injuries.