The HYDRA Mobile Dust Control Package

They Hydra Dust Suppression package saw its first action this month at a demolition site in Lancaster, Ohio. On the edge of town, the demolition site needed to prevent dust from entering the tight packed neighborhood to the northwest. The HYDRA unit features the Dust Demolisher 200-480V-E dust canon that comes equipped with a 45Kw MQ Whisperwatt Generator, and 1,000 …

Dust Demolisher Winterizing Heat Tape Option

A WINTERIZED DUST CONTROL SOLUTION JUST IN TIME FOR THOSE LOW TEMPERATURES!   Carroll, OH— While experiencing 5° F temperatures at the headquarters of CW Machine Worx, the Engineering and Fabrication departments has been hard at work this past week developing a winterizing option for the Dust Demolisher DE150 and DE200. To combat cold weather overnight freeze ups in the …

Telescoping High Reach Dust Control

May 17th, 2016 C.W. Machine Worx and Company Wrench have just developed a new weapon that could prove to be the ultimate game changer in the dust control war. A new hybrid machine was designed to give contractors pin-point targeting from operating heights of up to 65 feet in the air. The engineering staff at C.W. Machine Worx has recently …

Silica dust is threatening worker’s health

By Jessica Krippendorf, Correspondent Journal of Commerce A massive threat to worker safety is looming before the construction industry. Silica dust, which has been called the new asbestos, is starting to be recognized for taking its toll on worker’s health. WorkSafeBC has recently launched another awareness campaign focused on enforcing jobsite specifications around the control of airborne chemical contaminates, including …

Study finds dust suppression equipment improves road dust

By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press BISMARCK, N.D. -A former top North Dakota health official will direct a study to explore the best ways to control dust clouds kicked up by the heavy truck traffic that has accompanied western North Dakota’s oil boom. North Dakota’s Industrial Commission on Tuesday approved contributing $220,000 to the cost of the study. It will …

Dust control rules and regulations have become more strict

In response to an EPA ultimatum, the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG), Maricopa County, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and other regulatory agencies have devised a State Implementation Plan to bring the Phoenix area into compliance with federal dust-control requirements. Consequently, the County is cracking down on dust-control violations, with particular scrutiny on construction sites. Fines handed out to …