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Publication Date: 10/2013
Pages: 3
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Dust collector captures fugitive silica dust

A paving stone manufacturer installs a dust collector to help eradicate fugitive dust.

When Unilock Ltd., headquartered in Ontario, Canada, was making plans to build a new facility in Pickering, Ont., one of its priorities was to find a dust collector that could manage fugitive particle emissions, especially from crystalline silica. Silica, always a concern, is a basic component of sand, granite, and other minerals. Because crystalline silica is a regulated substance, eliminating exposure through engineered filtration controls and providing a safe work environment was of the utmost importance to Unilock.

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