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Nalco Water
1601 W. Diehl Road
Naperville, IL 60563-1198
630-305-1000  Phone

Nalco Champion
11177 S. Stadium Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77478.
281-632-6500  Phone


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Dust Control Equipment

At Nalco, we understand that dust can create serious health and environmental issues and be a drain on your bottom line results. Left untreated, dust is the source of numerous problems such as: 

  • Acute and chronic health risk from inhalation 
  • Irritation to eyes, ears, nose, throat and skin
  • Safety hazard caused by impaired visibility 
  • Fire and explosion hazards
  • Increased operating cost due to lost production time 
  • Material losses from wind and transport 
  • Premature equipment-wear leading to higher maintenance and increased equipment replacement costs
  • Poor relations with the work force and surrounding community 

Enviroflo Engineering Ltd. in the UK is owned by Nalco.  Their Expertise is in Dust Control programs and engineering to assist the Mining and Mineral Processing industries.

Visit the Enviroflo Engineering Web Site.

Wet suppression is the oldest method of dust control, and by simply adding water, dust is controlled somewhat. However, using too much water can increase equipment wear, cause slippery roads, reduce the value of your product or put you out of specification on moisture. Today's best available dust control technology typically combines elements of containment, suppression and, where needed, collection. These approaches are not mutually exclusive or competitive to one another. Rather, they are allies in the battle to control dust. When correctly combined in a properly designed and implemented dust control program, they can help to provide the optimum multi-layered defense against the productivity draining costs and health hazards of airborne dust.

We offer a full line of dust suppression additives including foams, surface tension reducers, binders, tackifiers and humectants, as well as optimal combinations of these approaches to effectively help prevent or solve dust control problems.