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At BossTek, it is our mission to provide customer-oriented solutions that create safer, more productive work environments.

We understand that not all dust and odor problems are the same and therefore should not all be approached in the same manner. While certain industries and operations may be more prone to dust and/or odor emissions, there are a variety of site-specific factors that must be taken in consideration to successfully meet compliance regulations as well as the expectations of the surrounding community.

Our team has over a decade of experience evaluating and implementing solutions to help operators meet and exceed industry standards. We take a close look at all factors that could be contributing to the issue and work with you to create a plan that fits perfectly with the needs of your facility, your timeline, and your budget.

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Each site analysis will begin with an in-depth discussion of your operation, an overview of your site and an evaluation of your sources of emissions. From there, we will help you develop a strategy that meets your identified needs and provide recommendations for successful execution.

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Remove Dust from the Air at Industrial Sites

By BossTek | January 22, 2020

Trying to stop dust from getting in the air is a valiant effort. Unfortunately, it’s a hard fought battle. In most scenarios, dust is going to be generated and released into the air upon disruption. The demolition industry has copious amounts of dust created during the tear down of structures that preventive methods are not… Continue Reading

Variable Frequency Drive: Unmatched Versatility In Dust Suppression via Atomized Mist

By BossTek | January 16, 2020

In a move designed to bring unparalleled versatility to its lineup of highly-successful dust suppression equipment, BossTek has introduced an optional Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) system that allows users to adjust air flow to suit a broader range of applications and working environments.  Driven by customer input from a number of different industries, the new… Continue Reading

How to Prevent Dust with 5 Impactful Methods

By BossTek | December 18, 2019

Taking steps to prevent dust particles before they are disturbed and released into the air as fugitive dust is always a favorable idea, adding an extra layer of protection for on-site workers and the surrounding community. Unfortunately for industrial sites, preventing all dust generation is nearly impossible, but it’s still wise to implement prevention methods… Continue Reading

What is Fugitive Dust?

By BossTek | December 4, 2019

Dust big and small can be a pain on industrial job sites, but those pesky, moving fugitive particles are especially irritating. This umbrella term “fugitive dust” refers to dust particles that like to escape into the air without a directed location to be collected in. The dust expands out into the open air, and if… Continue Reading

Dust Particles in Industrial Dust Control

By BossTek | November 27, 2019

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Water Requirements for DustBoss Dust Control Systems

By BossTek | November 19, 2019

Misting cannons are one of the most effective methods of industrial dust control available today. Their use of mist backed by a powerful throw helps dominate migratory dust. DustBoss dust control systems use atomized mist to capture fugitive dust roaming in the air. This fine mist takes advantage of the similar sized dust particles to… Continue Reading

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