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We have used our ADSTM Dry Fog to suppress dust from copper, gold, silver, manganese, molybdenum, iron, and nickel mineral in mines loted in North/South/Central America, Australia, South

ADSTM Dry Fog based dust control is rapidly gaining acceptance in ports and bulk storage facilities.

Agglomerative Dust Suppression Systems, ADSTM, has earned a reputation as an effective, low cost solution for the control of fugitive and nuisance dust in coal fired power plants.

Fog based dust control technology was first used in coal mining applications in 1995 in the Powder River Basin region of the western United States.

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We would like to thanks to all our current and potencial customers who came to visit us last week at our booth at EXPONOR 2019. In the photo from left to right John Manolakis (Quaker), Travis Colson (TRC) & Gonzalo Campos (TRC).

 

By the end of April, TRC held a "Lunch & Learn" in M3 Tucson, USA. The main topic for our presentation, was the case study published in the latest edition of Dry Cargo magazine. (news item previously published "Measuring the efficiency of dust suppression systems).

 

 

One of the most difficult things to control pollution through dust suppression systems is to anticipate and measure the efficiency of it, writes Gonzalo Campos Canessa, CEO of TRC, in his Dry Cargo magazine article for the month of May.

His article is based on the methodology developed by TRC for one of his clients, consisting of working based on: