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Air Spectrum launch the ecotech Rotary Atomiser

ecotech Rotary Atomiser

UK’s first battery-powered, zero-emissions dust-suppression misting system for sale or hire

AIR-quality solutions experts Air Spectrum Environmental have introduced the energy-efficient, zero-emissions ecotech Rotary Atomiser (RA) dust-suppression misting system – said to be the first of its kind in the UK.

Three years in the making, the misting system uses battery power, rather than diesel, and therefore does not generate any harmful emissions or noise pollution. The RA can operate for approximately eight hours on a single charge.

Using rotary centrifugal energy, the ecotech RA can be programmed to provide up to 15m plus of misting at a variety of droplet sizes, according to need. Like the rest of the Air Spectrum misting product line-up, it is designed to work with the company’s range of non-toxic chemical additives for odour control and disinfection, as well as dust control. Its 1,125-litre bowser allows a run time of six to eight hours, depending on flow-rate settings.

Available for purchase or hire from Air Spectrum, the ecotech RA was developed to meet growing customer demand for sustainable solutions, and to fulfil Air Spectrum’s own environmentally responsible agenda. The company aims to become integral to green supply chains in relevant industries such as waste, recycling, construction, and demolition.

Steve Hunt, managing director of Air Spectrum, said: ‘The ecotech Rotary Atomiser is the result of three years of comprehensive development, and designed to reduce carbon emissions during the dust-suppression process. It represents our commitment to our clients, the environment and prioritizing air quality in all our solutions. It’s a first for us and for UK industry.’

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