Dust Control Technology has engineered a smaller version of its low-turbulence atomized mist unit for applications that require precision particle control without the disturbance of a fan-driven design.
Developed for applications such as conveyor unloading points and other limited-space, dust-producing areas, the DustBoss DB-M Mini is built to provide effective suppression without material disruption or saturation. Generating a cascading mist of atomized droplets averaging 50–200 microns in size, the unit has a throw of about 10 ft (3.04 m) under calm conditions. The result is effective fugitive particle management at the source of the problem, with little pooling or runoff, according to the company. The unit’s standard boom length is 2 ft, but can be specified anywhere from 1 to 15 ft (0.3 to 4.57 m). It is fitted at the end with a misting head featuring nine atomizing nozzles. Along with customizable boom length, proprietary Variable Particle Sizing (VPS) Technology allows specialized nozzles to be added, removed or replaced on the head in order to customize droplet sizes for optimum suppression. If using potable water, nozzles need only be inspected once per year. An optional dosing pump can be attached for accurate metering of additives. The unit runs on water pressure alone, requiring no electrical hookup.