Our clever dust protective covers defend equipment, machinery and vehicles from negative impacts such as damage and erosion caused as a result of coming into contact with dust. Dust is all around us and may seem relatively harmless but it can damage moving parts in equipment and vehicles, such as ball bearings and axles. It impacts performance and can even stop activity altogether. Consider the amount of dust churned up when a helicopter or aircraft takes off, the amount of sand that can get into the parts of a military vehicle operating in dessert terrain, or simply the amount of dust that exists within factories where a machine is deployed within a manufacturing process. Dust can cause downtime and frequent maintenance which is costly, coupled with the additional costs of equipment being out of action when it is needs to be working. Dust damage will also reduce the overall lifespan of equipment, resulting in large costs to replace expensive equipment so it’s necessary to take steps to keep dust out. Our dust protective covers do just that.
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Mining plants, aggregate and mineral processing plants, recycling plants and other material handling plants utilise crushing equipment to reduce the size of the raw materials. Some crushing machines have fabricated panels instead of PVC ones but our clients prefer using PVC which helps cut down the amount of dust being circulated and prevents the raw material being contaminated by other materials on-site whilst operational.
Our client had to set up their battery plant quickly and the factory was still in use, whilst construction work was still ongoing. We were commissioned to manufacture and install clear PVC partitions to segregate part of the factory off to allow production to continue alongside completion on the construction work. These temporary factory partition wall dividers kept dust and dirt out so production could continue. The wall dividers could also be moved to alternate locations as the construction work progressed.
During marine construction silt and sediment can cause turbidity in the water, turbidity is measured by the quality of the water. Silt curtains also known as turbidity curtains are used to control this and create a barrier to stop the spread of this contamination. When construction is taking place in or around waters it is imperative that steps are put in place to prevent any spread of turbidity due to legislation.
A stillage is a fabricated device used to cary loads just like a pallet does but with sides to protect the customers load and separate goods in transit. The stillages are generally fabricated bespoke to the clients needs and have been used by many car manufacturers because they are generally stackable and can handle a large number of items easily without major risk of damaging goods when loading and unloading from vehicles.
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