Duscovent Engineering are capable of producing bespoke designed extract solutions to suit each clients individual requirements. Whether it’s a mobile unit to extract aluminium fettling and polishing dust at source or a containment cabinet for soil sample testing, extraction solutions are designed to provide maximum operator protection within a tailored system.
Individual units are engineered to high standards from carbon steel sheets with a powder coated paint finish and include disposable filter media to suit the particular application, extract fan set, attenuation, lockable swivel castors and control panel complete with all necessary switchgear. Units can be engineered for a range of electrical supply voltages to suit client’s workplace and additional features can include alternative materials of construction, task lighting, storage compartments and media condition gauges.
POWDER BOOTH – produced for the Chelsea College of Art and Design to allow for the containment of plaster dust from large storage bins used within the ceramics department. The unit has been fabricated in two halves each with two stage filtration and separate fans to allow individual operation if required. Unit arranged for 415-volt supply.
SOIL CONTAINMENT BOOTH – produced for Newcastle University to allow for the containment of soil dust during testing of samples. The unit includes three stage filtration, including HEPA panels, task lighting, storage compartment, inclusion of clients motor, drive and test rollers. Unit arranged for 240-volt supply.
FETTLING EXTRACTION – produced for a client involved in the machining of large aluminium sections for the aerospace industry. The unit includes three stage filtration including HEPA panels, anti-static flexible suction hose with clamp-on extract hood, storage compartment for flex and hood, individual gauges to monitor the condition of all three filter stages. Unit arranged for 110-volt supply.
SPRAY BOOTH – produced for the Chelsea College of Art and Design to allow for the spraying of highly toxic wet glaze finishes within the ceramic department. The unit has been fabricated with a stainless steel spray chamber with drain point and three stage filtration including HEPA panels. Unit arranged for 415-volt supply.