V22: The new Dust Controller is out now and will be presentet at the IFAT in Munich

After 2 years of an intensive research and development phase our first totally restyled V22 dust control machines are ...
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After 2 years of an intensive research and development phase our first totally restyled V22 dust control machines are now ready to rock the mining areas, ports and construction sites all over the world.


It took some time to carefully optimize the V22 and develop a machine that fits perfectly the customer needs around the globe, but now the new V22 is finally finished. The biggest difference between the new and the old V22 is the size: the new cannon is a lot smaller and therefore way easier to transport it and to integrate it into existing systems. The set-up has changed too: the whole machine is more stable and robust now and that makes it able to operate in very hard condition.
Another important feature is the speed: the focus was set on making the machine much faster in starting, rotating and in changing the angles. The design has as well improved a lot and got more modern.
The key-functions of the new V22 still remain the same: due to the special nozzles the cannon can produce very fine water mist, which stays longer in the air and beats dust efficiently. At the same time water consumption is very low, so you do not have a problem with water ponds on the floor. Furthermore, you have the choice of 3 different levels to regulate the water consumption as you wish.
The spray pattern is now narrower too. This lets you face the dust source more directly and efficiently. As every company and every client around the world has different requirements, EmiControls tried to adapt to special needs as much as possible. It is furthermore the first dust control cannon on the market rewarded with an UL and CSA certification.

Typical fields of application for dust control with the V22 include all kinds of opencast mines, demolition sites, recycling plants, storage depots, loading facilities, landfill sites and woodworking shops.