Cargill Australia appoints Australian Dust Control for two Fume Extraction Projects

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Cargill established a presence in Australia in 1967 and has continued to grow and invest in the Australian agriculture and food industries.   Its main business operations include: grain and oilseed origination, storage and handling; oilseed and malt barley processing and vegetable oil refining; marketing of agricultural commodities in both the domestic market and for export; procuring food and feed items primarily for the Japanese and South East Asian markets through our Toshoku business.   Cargill also has investments in separately managed joint ventures in Australia: with a minority ownership in Allied Mills (flour milling) and equal holding in Teys Australia (beef).

  • Cargill Australia required Fume Extraction solutions from Australian Dust Control.
  • The first welding fume extraction system for their maintenance workshop included 1 x articulated arm with a Centrifugal extraction fan and galvanised steel ductwork.

The second fume extraction system for their Process Testing Lab included 3 x suction inlets with a centrifugal fan, glavanised steel ductwork.

Both systems were designed, supplied & installed by Australian Dust Control. Key features of Cargill’s Systems include:

  • Certified Australian Made therefore ensuring superior quality of all components.
  • Robust galvanised steel ductwork.
  • Low maintenance therefore streamlining production.
  • Energy efficient resulting in power cost savings.
  • Local expert technical support and spare parts available.
  • Electrical Control Panel: Australian Made
  • Australian Dust Control designs energy efficient Fume Extraction Systems with filtration and odour control.
  • The flexibility of our designs enables them to be tailored to the specific needs of every customer across a wide range of industries.
  • Within Australian Dust Control’s comprehensive range of fume extraction systems are Articulated Arms that are suitable for many of applications. The Articulated Arms are generally mounted by a wall bracket and have a range of 2 to 6 metres in radius. They are fitted with capture hoods which will extract fumes or dust.

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