New Trident from Buffalo Turbine provides triple-coverage dust control
Buffalo Turbine has introduced the Trident dust control solution. This system uses three separate turbines all powered by the same Kohler 74 horsepower diesel engine, capable of three times the coverage area compared to single turbine dust controllers. Different from other dust control units on the market, this unit is self-contained, meaning no generator is required, less maintenance costs, and less space required for setup.
According to Buffalo Turbine, each of the three turbines on the new Trident model uses their Gyratory Atomizing Nozzle technology, which does not clog like conventional nozzle tips. The Trident is available with one, two or three oscillation kits to match desired coverage in a wide range of applications, including composting and organics recycling, solid waste, C&D and scrap metal.
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