Established in 1978, Dustcheck -part of Filtermist International – provide effective bespoke solutions for all dust control and containment requirements through clever innovative design and efficient manufacture and installation.
Dustcheck supplies a leading range of cartridge, bag and panel filter products to the dust control industry and is widely recognised as a leading innovator; consistently developing new technology for the industry.
Operating from purpose built premises which combines modern office and manufacturing facilities, Dustcheck offer customers the best all round service – from design, development, manufacturing and installation to after sales services.
Dustcheck holds ISO9001 accreditation and Dustcheck systems and solutions meet or exceed legislative standards for both dust control and collection. All Dustcheck filters come with ATEX rated options meaning potentially explosive and volatile products can be handled safely and they can also be built to comply with Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR) where applicable.
Other legislation our equipment can comply with includes:
- Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
- Our equipment is designed and manufactured to meet the ‘Control of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) guidance
- Environmental Protection Act (EPA)
- We build our filter units and specify the correct filter element media to ensure you will meet ‘The Environmental Protection Act1990’ (EPA) for waste management and control of emissions into the environment
- We follow the Controlling airborne contaminants at work guidance in specifying your LEV system
- A Dustcheck filtration unit will help you meet the EH40/2005 Workplace exposure limits
- Safe Contractor
- We have the recognised accreditation for safe working practices
- Industry Best Practice
- Dustcheck are prominent in a number of industry associations, initiatives and guidance bodies which are working to promote best practice in the design and manufacture, installation and operation and ongoing inspection and maintenance of process filtration and LEV extraction Visit Extraction Manufacturers and Designers Association (EMADA) website here or Solids Handling and Processing Industry Association (SHAPA) here
The Filtermist Group
Multi Fan Systems
Multi Fan Systems provides customised air movement, filtration and extraction systems for VOC abatement, centralised vacuuming and conveying, ventilation and cooling, and production waste and trim extraction.
Established in 2001, Multi Fan Systems was acquired by Filtermist in November 2016 and is now co-located with Filtermist in Telford. It acquired Modus Air Ltd in October 2017 as part of strategic growth plans. More information can be found by visiting www.multifansystems.co.uk.
Bristol T&G International GmbH
German company Bristol T&G International GmbH was established in Dombühl, in Central Franconia in 1982. The company manufactures its own range of electrostatic oil mist filters and has distributed Filtermist oil mist collectors in Germany for more than 20 years. More details can be found at www.bristolfilter.de/en/.
- Superstar welder shortlisted for another award! - Our welder Nathan Thorley has done it again! This time he’s shortlisted for the Solids Handling and Processing Association (SHAPA) Solids Handling Industry ‘Young Person of the Year’ at the awards to be held next month. In the last two … Continue reading
- Sheet Metal Fabricator / Welder - As part of the Company’s continuing growth and development plans we now have a requirement within our Workshop Facility in Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent for a Welder / Fabricator. Dustcheck is the UK’s leading manufacturer of quality industrial dust collectors and air … Continue reading
- Why do you need dust control? - Dust control is vital in any manufacturing industry. A well-built, fit-for-purpose dust control system will: Protect operators from harmful dust Prevent explosions Reduce housekeeping and minimise breakdowns Improve product quality by preventing cross contamination Protect the environment Protecting operators … Continue reading