CDC and Air Blow Fans in Australia

South African clean air specialists represented at Australian Mine Ventilation Conference

CDC Dust Control and Air Blow Fans are joining forces at the Australian Mine Ventilation Conference from 10 – 12 October in Queensland, Australia. The two South African companies will inform conference attendees of their industrial and mine ventilation solutions that ensure safe ventilation practices for improved productivity and safety in mining and industry.

“We will impart our knowledge and experience on wet and dry fan dust scrubbing; fan technology; and wet scrubbing technology, including our proprietary additives that improve respirable dust capture of particles below 10 microns,” explains Gavin Ratner, Managing Director, CDC Dust Control.

In addition, José Martins, Engineering Manager at Air Blow Fans, will present an Aerodynamics session for Fan Designs. “Martins has 33 years of experience as a design engineer, project manager and engineering manager in the aeronautics, oil & gas, and fan engineering industries, as well as 18 years of experience in R&D,” says Ratner. “Delegates attending this session will benefit from Martins’ presentation and industry experience.”

Visit CDC and Air Blow Fans at booth 13 and discover niche solutions that will improve worker productivity, health and safety.

CDC is a leading supplier of solutions for dust capture and dust suppression; and Air Blow Fans is a leader in primary and secondary ventilation.

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