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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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During the month of August, after visiting AUSENCO, Envirohandling and Weathersolve at BC, we flew down to Arizona to meet M3 Eng's procurement team.

All this as part of our marketing activities.

On 2003 we installed ADS Dry Fog into a Rotary rail dump located Gerald Gentleman Station Power Station in Nebraska to help them reduce the amount of dust generated at each wagon dump. Few weeks ago our client told us that the system wasn't working as expected and probably will need an upgrade to make it run as it used to do it.

There are many ways to control dust in dry bulk material handling applications and all have their place.  ADSTM Dry Fog is particularly well suited to most containable dust sources, its sometimes the only choice that has a chance of success, and it sometimes cannot be used.  In most plants, a well thought out combination of technologies is the best solution.