Modular yet Engineered for Your Project
So How Does it Work?
Check out this video to see how dust, smoke, and fumes are collected from your application by the SMAC Unit. The video also highlights how the ‘Self-Maintaining’ technology works.
Dust is then collected into a barrel or bin for later disposal or material reclamation.
Carbon Injection Systems
Not contained properly, carbon dust can quickly become a nightmare to deal with. The fine particulates can damage machinery, be difficult to clean, and can be hazardous to human health when inhaled. Material loss can easily build up over time. SMAC units address all of these issues, allowing you to protect your people and equipment, mitigating material loss.
Lime Injection Systems
Alloy injections into a furnace can always cause a lot of dust, but lime injections in particular can be troublesome to manage. Not enough air flow or too much moisture leaking in can cause serious headaches. Our engineered for the application SMAC units take all of this into account, giving you a reliable workhorse to keep your furnace in operation.
Railcar loading can generate plumes of dust leading to major material loss over time. SMAC Units can not only help keep things clean, but can also mitigate material loss. SMAC Units can also be sized to cover multiple loading bays with a single unit and multiple duct runs.