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A NEBULIZER AS A DUST FIGHTER

Good to know: Since 1 January 2017, contractors have been required to keep dust emissions as low as possible when carrying out construction works. Fortunately, Buildingdryers.be has the solution. You can always rent not only dust extractor, but also nebulizers from us. Because, with a nebulizer, you are always a step ahead of dust from works and other harmful substances... or you can provide cooling during your event.

The importance of a nebulizer

Needless to say, dust, and especially quartz and asbestos dust, is harmful to human health. Using a nebulizer to fight dust therefore lowers the risk of silicosis and other lung diseases immediately – including lung cancer. Even your neighbours will be delighted that you keep dust emissions at your construction site as low as possible. And that contributes to good relations with neighbours and the local authorities as well. So keep in mind a nebulizer to keep your construction site dust free, alongside with a dust extractor.

The importance of a nebulizer

But how does a nebulizer work?

The water in the machines is nebulized into miniscule particles, which then bond with dust particles in the air. Dust becomes heavier and ends up on the ground, outside the breathing range of everyone on the worksite. A nebulizer at your worksite therefore not only prevents dust from being inhaled but also from getting into your eyes. Buildingdryers.be is thinking about your health and therefore has only the best nebulizers in its range.

New nebulizer: the Dust Fighter series

Dust Fighter. Yes, the name of this nebulizer sounds just as spectacular as it is. The new nebulizers from Buildingdryers.be are more than just nebulizers: they are mist cannons – relatively small in size but with great potential. A Dust Fighter distributes water in drops of 50 to 150 micrometres on average, which capture dust particles in the air and throw them to the ground. Dust Fighters are compact and mobile. Depending on the nebulizer subtype, the Dust Fighter can spray a water mist of 1340 or 70 metres under windless conditions – ideal, therefore to kill off dust on your construction, dumping, production and recycling sites.

Rent your nebulizer from Buildingdryers.be

Do you want a nebulizer or mist cannon alongside a good dust extractor to fight dust on your worksite? Or do you want to provide cooling at your event? You are bound to find what you need at Buildingdryers.be! We deliver and install our nebulizers completely free of charge and you can use our extension cords likewise for free. Ask for a quotation now by completing our contact form and become a Dust Buster!

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