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ESTA Extraction Equipment on Display at Advanced Engineering 2018

ESTA Extraction Equipment on Display at Advanced Engineering 2018

  • Tuesday, 23rd October 2018
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McCarthy Environmental, the UK’s sole supplier of ESTA equipment, is exhibiting at Advanced Engineering 2018 under the name ESTA Extraction. The company provides extraction and LEV (Local Exhaust Ventilation) systems and training across the UK and Northern Ireland.

Among the units being showcased are:

  • Dustomat 4-10: Designed to remove free flowing and dry dusts from a range of applications. It provides for direct extraction from process machines via collection hoods, arms or ductwork systems.
  • Vacumat: An activated carbon filter unit for the adsorption of indoor gaseous odours, smells and environmental pollutants, suitable for single point or multi-point extraction applications.
  • Downdraft Table: Provides engineering control of fine dusts, fumes and vapours from a wide range of industrial applications. The downdraft bench can either be supplied as a standalone item of equipment or connected to a centralised extraction system.
  • Compasog: A high vacuum filtration unit for connection to a centralised system or used on individual applications to control a wide range of industrial dusts and fumes.

Mick McCarthy, who set up McCarthy Environmental in 2000, says, “As the UK partner to ESTA, we provide a full range of quality products and support services, alongside a bespoke manufacturing capability which provides for complete, cost effective turnkey solutions from consultation and design through to installation, commissioning, testing, maintenance and training. We are looking forward to showcasing our products and also sharing our recent venture with delegates – the opening of our new Centre of Excellence Training Facility, which is providing LEV proficiency and competency training courses.”

ESTA Extraction will exhibit on Stand N84 at Advanced Engineering 2018 on 31 October-1 November in Birmingham, UK.


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