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Dust suppression for safety and the environment

When it comes to managing dust on your construction sites, we understand the challenges you face. Not only can dust be harmful to the health of your workers, but it can also disrupt operations and cause environmental problems. That’s why we’ve developed state-of-the-art solutions to help you deal with dust efficiently and responsibly.

Our mist guns are designed to effectively suppress airborne dust. Using a fine mist of water, they capture dust particles and return them to the ground, creating a safer, cleaner environment on your worksites.
We understand that every worksite is unique. Which is why we offer tailored solutions to meet your specific needs. Whether you’re working on a construction, demolition or materials processing site, we have the right solution for you.

Become part of our list of satisfied customers who have improved air quality on their sites and strengthened their commitment to environmental responsibility.

Contact us today to discuss how we can help you effectively manage dust on your construction sites.

Together, let’s build a cleaner, safer future.

  • Lowest water consumption on the market

  • Moisture input reduced to 0.1% per treatment site

  • No chemicals

  • Suitable for all types of existing installations

  • Turn-key installations

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Ram Environnement’s knowledge at the service of your projects

RAM Environnement use their own latest-generation DF 043 atomisation nozzles, which are unique in the world and produce a very dense, ultra-fine mist that produces water droplets of between 1 and 10 microns.

The SONIC DS © system generates a dry mist that acts as a filter, trapping and weighing down the finest inhalable and/or respirable dust particles, which then rest on the materials.

The purpose and result of SONIC DS © is to saturate an atmospheric volume with a fog in which the dust particles are agglomerated with water droplets of the same particle size.

We obtain the well-known phenomenon of agglomeration of particles of different origins yet of the same size.

Dust suppression cannons in action on worksites