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Old Rotary Rail Dump System Service

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. Last week our Field Service Manager went on site to inspect the system but he ended up servicing the system. When he left this 16 year old dry fog system, it was running just as well now as the first day on install in 2003.  He mentioned that the system was running very good and it was way too foggy to see your hand in your face.  

Recent news

During the first week of December we trained Pimasa's Field service team at Antofagasta Chile to improve their skills and the performance of the Dust Suppression Systems.

During the last week of November we received the PO for providing the ADSTM Dry Fog for controlling the dust at Toromocho Expansion Project.

During the last week of November we got together with BLEXIM at both of their offices (Lima and Arequipa) to work together in current proposals. We had the chance to meet with customers as well.

The Frac Sand Mobile unit skid it was put into operation last week, in Texas, USA. Its function is to control the pollution at the point where the sands are injected for the process of oil extraction by means of fracking.

Four companies were awarded 2018 NIOSH (National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health) Mine Safety and Health Technology Innovations Awards for developing new tools and systems or using existing technology in new ways.