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Dustraction's business is to provide fume and dust extraction equipment to cater for your specific requirements.

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Pinewood Studios
01-September-2014, 11:55

Dustraction won the contract to put a new face on waste at the shop floor that makes all the film-sets at Pinewood Studios. Pinewood, at Iver Heath in Bucks, is Britain’s Hollywood - the studios that made the Bond Films famous, and made Michael Caine a star, first as Harry Palmer in movies like the Ipcress File and later The Italian Job; Pinewood is also the home of the Carry-On films.

 

The workshops at Pinewood help make all the film sets for movies which, in the present day, include recently released Maleficent starring Angelina Jolie; manufacturing in wood and wood-based panels for the film-sets of movies like these gets busier and busier. Dustraction’s new installation services many traditional woodworking machines from makers like Wadkin, that have been on the floor at Pinewood doing the same work for years, together now with more up-to-date names

like SCM that share the work-load of today.

 

One of the most important watchwords at Pinewood, whoever you are, is noise because filming is always going on somewhere on the million square feet of staging the film-makers are now working with. Dustraction has been tasked with reducing the sounds of dust extraction and disposal, noise with which we, in this industry of ours, is eminently familiar to us but which is outlawed by the sound recording teams working on today’s movies.

 

Because of the importance of noise abatement around the film sets, Steve Matuska says all the new filters and fans at Pinewood are now located indoors and have been partitioned off inside a dedicated new plant room. Systems contain several fans and duct mains, each serving a separate area of the shop floor, in a layout that enables individual areas to be shut down when not in use, making savings in power as well as noise.

 

Dustraction have been working on impeller noise generated by the traditional paddle-blade style of fan-set and Steve Matuska reports on big increases in efficiency as well as lower noise output. Work done by the R&D Team in the drawing office at Oadby has resulted in a new generation of ruggedly constructed wood-waste handling fan-sets that retain the self-cleaning characteristics of the old paddle-blade styles but which can also now operate at much higher pressures with increased efficiency as well as lower noise output due to improvements in blade design.

 

The new cyclo filters are Dustrax 5s which between them handle a total air volume of 11.3m3/sec which represents a spare volume capacity of almost 50% for the future, which Pinewood’s man Jonathan Ash says may be needed sooner rather than later! At Pinewood, Dustraction have now installed two new indoor cyclo-filter systems together with a number of fan sets; one cyclo filter handles clean wood and the other plastics and non-recyclables, each plant discharging to externally mounted skips via closed loop cyclones.

 

The filter sleeves of Pinewood’s new reverse pulse cleaning systems generate good cake-waste release without significant cloth movement and meet continuous use requirements. Duct mains are run out of the new plant shop to external waste skips. The contract overall carried a completion clause for the end of May 2014, which Dustraction have met.

 

The sounds of waste extraction at Pinewood Studios are now housed in a dedicated Plant Room at the back of the Woodworking & Panel Mill where redesigned fan-sets  operate at higher pressure and at lower noise output.

New ducting by Dustraction is now feeding many more machine stations at Pinewood Studios in Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire.

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Retail House Solutions Limited
01-September-2014, 11:46

Shop fitting and retail displays is a fast-moving environment in which shop-fitters react quickly to the needs of their high visibility brand clients whose timber or panel-based displays can generate massive lifts in sales overnight. Production Manager Luke Dakin says: “Design is also in the mix, of course, combining the best graphics with wood and panel based displays manufactured to high standards and to very tight schedule deadlines for big brand customers. We need a clean and functional shop floor to address that.”

 

Retail House in-store displays, with fully supported overhead canopies and large light boxes, for example, can boost sales by 100% on prime retail sites overnight for client brands like Yves St. Laurent, L’Oreal, Guerlain, Givenchy, Giorgio Armani and Christian Dior. Skincare, colour, fragrance and consultation sites for prime names like these demand manufacture and fit-out to tight production deadlines when department floors will be re-open for trading at 9.30am next morning.

It’s exciting stuff, says Luke: “We have to make here, often overnight, and then pack, shift and fit-out top quality panel-based displays overnight and with no suggestion of hold-up. Now we are also breaking into new fields with clients like BareMinerals, for whose skin-care and colouration retailers we are working with modern sheet materials like black glossed wood-based panels, printed acrylics and even painted glass or stainless steel sheet plus Corian patterns and colours.

And now Retail House has a cohesive shop floor production layout of their own featuring state-of-the-art CNC by Biesse plus also edgebanding, overhead routing, vertical spindle moulding, planer thicknessing plus table saw sizing precision. “The plan is to extend manufacturing capacity to the many other organisations in the industrial midlands area with similar production needs to our own. We  have a good layout here in Croft, designing with real timber finishes and combining light pad and LED illumination, stainless steel sheet and Corian solid surface work tops.

Dust extraction has become a very significant part of the manufacturing mix at Retail House Solutions in an environment that has to be as clean, tidy and efficient, and as creative as every other part of the shop floor. Dustraction’s Dustrax No 27 modular filter has a cloth area of nearly 2,000 sq ft and gives a filtration velcocity of  5.2 fpm. Each section of the modular woodwaste filter carries multiple tubular cotton fabric filters with more than 100 of them in total, all powered by a 37kW TEFC-wound uni-directional electric motor.

Heavier waste particles are dropped by the system into a hopper while fine dust is collected by the fabric filters; two automatic shakers maintain the sock-type filters clear of wood dust and in perfect working order. All wood dust and waste generated by Retail House leaves the factory via heavy-weight rotary valve and airseal with resilient rubber-tipped fan blades that prevent blockages, avoid fan damage and are also now low noise. The filter  is fitted with explosion relief  panels in full accordance with the latest ATEX requirements.

“All of our wood waste collection and disposal systems are fully COSHH -compliant,” says Dustraction’s Steve Matuska. “We take our role in keeping production machinery clean and clear of working dust very seriously; everything we do is in full compliance with the latest regulations of the Health & Safety Executive whose working regulations we monitor at all times and to whose conditions we always react immediately.”

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Handcraft Manufacturing
13-May-2014, 08:41

Founder and company director Paul Manchett says he is going to double sales at Handcraft Manufacturing in the next 6 months and is installing new production machinery and wood waste technology accordingly.

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Truframe Limited
17-September-2013, 10:39

Dustraction has completed a new swarf extraction layout for Truframe, the country’s largest fabricator of the innovative Liniar UPVC window and door profile system. The installation is a spin-off from one that Dustraction completed at Amari Plastics for their sheet cutting operations in 2010; Dustraction attended to all COSHH/LEV needs to meet all Health and Safety Executive requirements.

The new Truframe installation is based around a Dustrax No. 27 WWRV filter: waste is continuously transferred to the end of the hopper section by a floor-mounted high efficiency extraction fanset and is discharged via a heavy duty rotary valve airseal into two large capacity bulker bags for recycling. The filter has a 108m2 of effective filter cloth area giving a filtration velocity of around 2m/min at the air handling volume specified.

Dustraction’s new installation at Truframe is providing a plastic waste extraction to service two existing BJM cutting and prep lines and ducting. The Dustrax No 27 filter will give Truframe around 8,000cfm extraction capacity, enough to cater for Truframe’s growth and expansion.

An automatic shaker system is incorporated for the periodic removal of UPVC waste from the filter sleeves, as in Dustraction’s woodwaste layouts, and is powered by a supplementary 0.37kW uni-directional electric motor.  The filter media is fitted with access points for random inspection and maintenance. A Dustrax No. 33 paddle-blade fanset has been included to handle plastic waste in chip form with a 22kW TEFC motor; all of the filter equipment is CE marked and conforms to the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations in its latest amended forms.

UPVC is widely claimed not to biologically decompose and to be resistant to weathering, with consequently low maintenance cost requirements, particularly in comparison with soft and hard woods. It is provenly tough on impact and retains its shape in normal climatic temperatures. It can also be reshaped at high temperature and therefore be recycled.

Furniture and building components still remain only a very small part of UPVC’s usage overall - perhaps as little as 4%.

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E E Smith Contracts Limited
26-July-2013, 11:30

Over the Christmas and new year period in 2006, Dustraction installed a new cyclo filter and wood waste extraction layout and storage silo for long established and upmarket bespoke joiners E E Smith Contracts, who celebrated their centenary in 1997. That installation was hailed as a feat of micro engineering because of the very limited space available in which to actually site the equipment, which had to be manufactured to fit the space and then craned into position from an adjoining site.

Dustraction have now repeated the operation, in essence, during the same period in 2007/8 for Smiths, who were able to acquire a 5,000 sq ft building alongside their own 52,000 sq ft factory when the company that occupied it went into liquidation earlier last year. As a result, works manager John Richardson has been able to fulfil a long term corporate ambition to separate and isolate the sanding and finishing elements of the production process on an independent, clean and contamination-free site.

The new site acquisition is quality control driven, he says, and has enabled him to address a personal aim, as shop floor manager, to streamline and improve production procedures at the company, which has been expanding as its reputation for fine, precision-made interior joinery work has developed. “It’s always sad to see a neighbour go to the wall,” says John Richardson, “but it created a fine opportunity for us to underpin our own growth, which has been as strong in 2007 as it’s been since the end of the last war”.

E E Smith Contracts Ltd. are big in upmarket hotel fitting for groups like Hilton, Marriott and Raddisson, as well as for clubs like the RAC, institutions like Wembley Arena and for corporates like Norwich Union. As well as CAD CAM designed and bespoke made joinery and fitting, E E Smith Contracts also has Panelok, the company’s own modular system of ‘perforated’ panels which are engineered to absorb sound and eliminate reverberation and echo and which the team is called upon to incorporate into projects across many sectors.

Fine finishing of hardwood joinery and of veneers has been one of the main strengths that has underpinned the company’s success and growth. The premises windfall has given E E Smith an opportunity to invest in a new wide belt sander alongside an edge sanding line and a new UV lacquer line, surface finishing improvements that are scheduled for installation in March of this year.

Because the volumes of waste that will be generated in the new finishing shop are not yet known, Dustraction have incorporated an additional port on the 4 x 6 cyclo filter which will effectively double the 10,500 cfm extraction capacity that it’s set up to deal with at the moment. The cyclo filter is equipped with the latest pulse action controller to dislodge any caked waste for discharge along with the main bulk back through the existing Dustraction layout.

The cyclo filter, with Dustrax No. 40 heavy duty, vee belt-driven paddle blade fan and 37kW motor and star delta starter, is on a pedestal support alongside a new RanHeat incineration plant installed by Dustration as part of the E E Smith Contracts project. The burner is the same as one already installed as part of the ‘micro-engineered’ installation at the main factory a year ago.

During the 20 odd years that John Richardson has been at E E Smith Contracts, he says that Dustraction is the only waste extraction engineering and management company that his team has used. “We’ve always found that Steve Matuska and his engineers and installation team will bend over backwards to meet the awkward situations they’ve run up against on our site,” he says.

“The ‘quart into a pint pot’ thing was picked up on by the media about the awkward installation of the cyclo filter and silo a year ago. We might now have a bit more elbow room with the new site, but it hasn’t exactly been plain sailing. Dustraction have met the challenges and ticked all the boxes regarding quality of engineering, installation ingenuity and customer courtesy,” John adds.

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Pinewood Studios
01-September-2014, 11:55

Dustraction won the contract to put a new face on waste at the shop floor that makes all the film-sets at Pinewood Studios. Pinewood, at Iver Heath in Bucks, is Britain’s Hollywood - the studios that made the Bond Films famous, and made Michael Caine a star, first as Harry Palmer in movies like the Ipcress File and later The Italian Job; Pinewood is also the home of the Carry-On films.

 

The workshops at Pinewood help make all the film sets for movies which, in the present day, include recently released Maleficent starring Angelina Jolie; manufacturing in wood and wood-based panels for the film-sets of movies like these gets busier and busier. Dustraction’s new installation services many traditional woodworking machines from makers like Wadkin, that have been on the floor at Pinewood doing the same work for years, together now with more up-to-date names

like SCM that share the work-load of today.

 

One of the most important watchwords at Pinewood, whoever you are, is noise because filming is always going on somewhere on the million square feet of staging the film-makers are now working with. Dustraction has been tasked with reducing the sounds of dust extraction and disposal, noise with which we, in this industry of ours, is eminently familiar to us but which is outlawed by the sound recording teams working on today’s movies.

 

Because of the importance of noise abatement around the film sets, Steve Matuska says all the new filters and fans at Pinewood are now located indoors and have been partitioned off inside a dedicated new plant room. Systems contain several fans and duct mains, each serving a separate area of the shop floor, in a layout that enables individual areas to be shut down when not in use, making savings in power as well as noise.

 

Dustraction have been working on impeller noise generated by the traditional paddle-blade style of fan-set and Steve Matuska reports on big increases in efficiency as well as lower noise output. Work done by the R&D Team in the drawing office at Oadby has resulted in a new generation of ruggedly constructed wood-waste handling fan-sets that retain the self-cleaning characteristics of the old paddle-blade styles but which can also now operate at much higher pressures with increased efficiency as well as lower noise output due to improvements in blade design.

 

The new cyclo filters are Dustrax 5s which between them handle a total air volume of 11.3m3/sec which represents a spare volume capacity of almost 50% for the future, which Pinewood’s man Jonathan Ash says may be needed sooner rather than later! At Pinewood, Dustraction have now installed two new indoor cyclo-filter systems together with a number of fan sets; one cyclo filter handles clean wood and the other plastics and non-recyclables, each plant discharging to externally mounted skips via closed loop cyclones.

 

The filter sleeves of Pinewood’s new reverse pulse cleaning systems generate good cake-waste release without significant cloth movement and meet continuous use requirements. Duct mains are run out of the new plant shop to external waste skips. The contract overall carried a completion clause for the end of May 2014, which Dustraction have met.

 

The sounds of waste extraction at Pinewood Studios are now housed in a dedicated Plant Room at the back of the Woodworking & Panel Mill where redesigned fan-sets  operate at higher pressure and at lower noise output.

New ducting by Dustraction is now feeding many more machine stations at Pinewood Studios in Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire.

Retail House Solutions Limited
01-September-2014, 11:46

Shop fitting and retail displays is a fast-moving environment in which shop-fitters react quickly to the needs of their high visibility brand clients whose timber or panel-based displays can generate massive lifts in sales overnight. Production Manager Luke Dakin says: “Design is also in the mix, of course, combining the best graphics with wood and panel based displays manufactured to high standards and to very tight schedule deadlines for big brand customers. We need a clean and functional shop floor to address that.”

 

Retail House in-store displays, with fully supported overhead canopies and large light boxes, for example, can boost sales by 100% on prime retail sites overnight for client brands like Yves St. Laurent, L’Oreal, Guerlain, Givenchy, Giorgio Armani and Christian Dior. Skincare, colour, fragrance and consultation sites for prime names like these demand manufacture and fit-out to tight production deadlines when department floors will be re-open for trading at 9.30am next morning.

It’s exciting stuff, says Luke: “We have to make here, often overnight, and then pack, shift and fit-out top quality panel-based displays overnight and with no suggestion of hold-up. Now we are also breaking into new fields with clients like BareMinerals, for whose skin-care and colouration retailers we are working with modern sheet materials like black glossed wood-based panels, printed acrylics and even painted glass or stainless steel sheet plus Corian patterns and colours.

And now Retail House has a cohesive shop floor production layout of their own featuring state-of-the-art CNC by Biesse plus also edgebanding, overhead routing, vertical spindle moulding, planer thicknessing plus table saw sizing precision. “The plan is to extend manufacturing capacity to the many other organisations in the industrial midlands area with similar production needs to our own. We  have a good layout here in Croft, designing with real timber finishes and combining light pad and LED illumination, stainless steel sheet and Corian solid surface work tops.

Dust extraction has become a very significant part of the manufacturing mix at Retail House Solutions in an environment that has to be as clean, tidy and efficient, and as creative as every other part of the shop floor. Dustraction’s Dustrax No 27 modular filter has a cloth area of nearly 2,000 sq ft and gives a filtration velcocity of  5.2 fpm. Each section of the modular woodwaste filter carries multiple tubular cotton fabric filters with more than 100 of them in total, all powered by a 37kW TEFC-wound uni-directional electric motor.

Heavier waste particles are dropped by the system into a hopper while fine dust is collected by the fabric filters; two automatic shakers maintain the sock-type filters clear of wood dust and in perfect working order. All wood dust and waste generated by Retail House leaves the factory via heavy-weight rotary valve and airseal with resilient rubber-tipped fan blades that prevent blockages, avoid fan damage and are also now low noise. The filter  is fitted with explosion relief  panels in full accordance with the latest ATEX requirements.

“All of our wood waste collection and disposal systems are fully COSHH -compliant,” says Dustraction’s Steve Matuska. “We take our role in keeping production machinery clean and clear of working dust very seriously; everything we do is in full compliance with the latest regulations of the Health & Safety Executive whose working regulations we monitor at all times and to whose conditions we always react immediately.”

Handcraft Manufacturing
13-May-2014, 08:41

Paul Manchett reckons he’s going to double sales at Handcraft Manufacturing in the next 6 months and is installing new production machinery and wood waste technology accordingly. The latter has been a challenge because he needs all the floor space he can get; there is only a narrow footprint to the rear of his new Wellingborough factory and that is completely inaccessible to vehicles for the installation of filter, fans and ducting and also for an inclined elevator and silo to feed a new wood waste boiler.

Steve Matuska at Dustraction was obliged to drop his new extraction equipment in by crane from the far side of the new factory and to take all the ducting in through the gable end, where the filter and transfer fans leave only inches to spare! Handcraft supplies kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and office furniture either as customer-bespoke cabinetry for end users, with a wide range of fittings and accessories, or as quality carcasing for sole traders, retailers and dealers in the construction industry.

Founder and company director Paul Manchett says that Handcraft uses only high quality 18mm MFC in a wide variety of colours, grains and finishes a far bigger selection, he adds, than is available from competitive sources. Output is currently running at a minimum of 1,200 cabinets a week generating five to eight tons of waste that was previously bagged for disposal to land-fill.

Paul chose a Dustrax 30 RV Series tubular filtering system from Dustraction, complete with three automatic shaker cleaning mechanisms serving 160 filter tubes and a return air system to bring the manufacturing air quality and temperature inside the new factory to optimal seasonal levels. He has been turning work away recently, he says, for want of a better manufacturing set-up and is now planning to double his output over the course of the next six months and all without increase to his workforce

“Because we are a bespoke manufacturer,” says Paul, “we have the flexibility to produce our carcasses to any size, with thickness options of 0.4mm or 2mm and with PVC or ABS edge finishing’s. All of my factory waste now goes up the chimney; disposal of flammable waste used to cost us around £120,000 per year and I reckon I’ll see payback on Dustraction’s installation costs inside 15 months”. he adds.

Steve Matuska at Dustraction says that because Handcraft’s new factory site is densely residential in Wellingborough, noise is a major issue. Recent research and development by the Dustraction team at Oadby has resulted in major strides being made in noise reduction; Paul Manchett says: “I had a single fan running before and I’ve now got three, serving many more machine stations, and combined they make less than half the noise.”

The new filter is externally mounted on a narrow strip of concrete to the rear of the new factory with transfer fans and silo for wood-waste storage and burning. The filter plant sits on a steelwork support gantry to raise rotary valve airseal outlets for smooth discharge of waste to an inclined conveyor and storage silo by Wood Waste Technology to feed a new boiler for seasonal air heating, cooling and disposal as needed.

Truframe Limited
17-September-2013, 10:39

Dustraction has completed a new swarf extraction layout for Truframe, the country’s largest fabricator of the innovative Liniar UPVC window and door profile system. The installation is a spin-off from one that Dustraction completed at Amari Plastics for their sheet cutting operations in 2010; Dustraction attended to all COSHH/LEV needs to meet all Health and Safety Executive requirements.

The new Truframe installation is based around a Dustrax No. 27 WWRV filter: waste is continuously transferred to the end of the hopper section by a floor-mounted high efficiency extraction fanset and is discharged via a heavy duty rotary valve airseal into two large capacity bulker bags for recycling. The filter has a 108m2 of effective filter cloth area giving a filtration velocity of around 2m/min at the air handling volume specified.

Dustraction’s new installation at Truframe is providing a plastic waste extraction to service two existing BJM cutting and prep lines and ducting. The Dustrax No 27 filter will give Truframe around 8,000cfm extraction capacity, enough to cater for Truframe’s growth and expansion.

An automatic shaker system is incorporated for the periodic removal of UPVC waste from the filter sleeves, as in Dustraction’s woodwaste layouts, and is powered by a supplementary 0.37kW uni-directional electric motor.  The filter media is fitted with access points for random inspection and maintenance. A Dustrax No. 33 paddle-blade fanset has been included to handle plastic waste in chip form with a 22kW TEFC motor; all of the filter equipment is CE marked and conforms to the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations in its latest amended forms.

UPVC is widely claimed not to biologically decompose and to be resistant to weathering, with consequently low maintenance cost requirements, particularly in comparison with soft and hard woods. It is provenly tough on impact and retains its shape in normal climatic temperatures. It can also be reshaped at high temperature and therefore be recycled.

Furniture and building components still remain only a very small part of UPVC’s usage overall - perhaps as little as 4%.

E E Smith Contracts Limited
26-July-2013, 11:30

Over the Christmas and new year period in 2006, Dustraction installed a new cyclo filter and wood waste extraction layout and storage silo for long established and upmarket bespoke joiners E E Smith Contracts, who celebrated their centenary in 1997. That installation was hailed as a feat of micro engineering because of the very limited space available in which to actually site the equipment, which had to be manufactured to fit the space and then craned into position from an adjoining site.

Dustraction have now repeated the operation, in essence, during the same period in 2007/8 for Smiths, who were able to acquire a 5,000 sq ft building alongside their own 52,000 sq ft factory when the company that occupied it went into liquidation earlier last year. As a result, works manager John Richardson has been able to fulfil a long term corporate ambition to separate and isolate the sanding and finishing elements of the production process on an independent, clean and contamination-free site.

The new site acquisition is quality control driven, he says, and has enabled him to address a personal aim, as shop floor manager, to streamline and improve production procedures at the company, which has been expanding as its reputation for fine, precision-made interior joinery work has developed. “It’s always sad to see a neighbour go to the wall,” says John Richardson, “but it created a fine opportunity for us to underpin our own growth, which has been as strong in 2007 as it’s been since the end of the last war”.

E E Smith Contracts Ltd. are big in upmarket hotel fitting for groups like Hilton, Marriott and Raddisson, as well as for clubs like the RAC, institutions like Wembley Arena and for corporates like Norwich Union. As well as CAD CAM designed and bespoke made joinery and fitting, E E Smith Contracts also has Panelok, the company’s own modular system of ‘perforated’ panels which are engineered to absorb sound and eliminate reverberation and echo and which the team is called upon to incorporate into projects across many sectors.

Fine finishing of hardwood joinery and of veneers has been one of the main strengths that has underpinned the company’s success and growth. The premises windfall has given E E Smith an opportunity to invest in a new wide belt sander alongside an edge sanding line and a new UV lacquer line, surface finishing improvements that are scheduled for installation in March of this year.

Because the volumes of waste that will be generated in the new finishing shop are not yet known, Dustraction have incorporated an additional port on the 4 x 6 cyclo filter which will effectively double the 10,500 cfm extraction capacity that it’s set up to deal with at the moment. The cyclo filter is equipped with the latest pulse action controller to dislodge any caked waste for discharge along with the main bulk back through the existing Dustraction layout.

The cyclo filter, with Dustrax No. 40 heavy duty, vee belt-driven paddle blade fan and 37kW motor and star delta starter, is on a pedestal support alongside a new RanHeat incineration plant installed by Dustration as part of the E E Smith Contracts project. The burner is the same as one already installed as part of the ‘micro-engineered’ installation at the main factory a year ago.

During the 20 odd years that John Richardson has been at E E Smith Contracts, he says that Dustraction is the only waste extraction engineering and management company that his team has used. “We’ve always found that Steve Matuska and his engineers and installation team will bend over backwards to meet the awkward situations they’ve run up against on our site,” he says.

“The ‘quart into a pint pot’ thing was picked up on by the media about the awkward installation of the cyclo filter and silo a year ago. We might now have a bit more elbow room with the new site, but it hasn’t exactly been plain sailing. Dustraction have met the challenges and ticked all the boxes regarding quality of engineering, installation ingenuity and customer courtesy,” John adds.

Dustraction are specialists in a wide range of fume and dust extraction equipment for a wide range of sectors. From industrial clients to schools and colleges, we can provide fume and dust extractor systems to cater for your specific requirements. From unit and cyclo filters to our range of modular filter systems specifically designed for wood waste extraction, Dustraction has provided the right product for you, specifically tailored to your needs, budget and available space.

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