Sunday, March 3, 2024

Dust extraction specialist announces attendance at UK’s premier manufacturing event

Dustcontrol UK is set to exhibit its collection of high-performance extraction equipment at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2023.

Taking place from Tuesday, February 7th to Thursday, February 9th at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, Hampshire, the Dustcontrol team will be showcasing the firm’s extensive range of both fixed and mobile cyclone-based dust extractors and air cleaners, at Stand L170.

Some of the equipment attendees will be able to see up close includes the DC Tromb 400, Dustcontrol’s most powerful single-phase dust extractor. The unit has been designed to meet modern safety requirements and work in conjunction with tools that have

become ever more efficient in manufacturing processes.

The powerful DC 2900 range will also be on display, which can be used for industrial vacuuming or on-tool dust extraction. Its suction casings make it particularly effective for dust-creating activities.

In addition, Dustcontrol’s range of DC AirCubes will be exhibited at the event, which are the perfect complimentary background air cleaners to at-source extraction, circulating clean air back into an area used for dust-creating activities and providing greater extraction efficiency.

Rounding off the equipment on display will be the DC 1800 EX and DCF 60 Pre-Separator, along with a range of accessories including ATEX and suction cases.

Ira Morris, Country Manager of Dustcontrol UK, said: “Once again, Southern Manufacturing & Electronics promises to be another great event for those within the industry. With an expected 800 exhibitors and 9,000 guests in attendance, we’re excited to be hosting live demonstrations of our vacuum systems to showcase their effective dust extraction capabilities.”

The company, based in Milton Keynes, has 50 years of experience in developing dust extraction solutions and centralised vacuum systems to fit client requirements in the manufacturing industry, including electronics, healthcare production, and aviation. They are experts in problem-solving with a high technical capability of capturing dust at its source, then containing and transporting it to a convenient discharge solution.

Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is the most comprehensive annual industrial exhibition in the UK. Having been held for over 20 years, the event has fast become a major pan-European showcase for new technology in machinery, production equipment, electronic production and assembly, tooling, components, and subcontract services across a wide range of industries.

Ira concluded: “The event will enable us to show key personnel in the manufacturing and electronics industry how our expertise in efficient dust extraction can help businesses stay healthy.”

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