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IQS Directory provides an extensive list of mist collector manufacturers and suppliers in Nebraska. Utilize our website to review and source mist collector manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate mist collector companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture mist collectors for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading mist collector manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for wet scrubbers, air pollution control systems, or oxidizers.

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Mist Collectors Companies Serving Nebraska

Environmental Air Technology, A Division of Filter Specialists, Inc., is a family owned business specializing in commercial, industrial and residential filtration and pollution control systems, including air filters, dust collectors, clean rooms, industrial vacuums, and much more. We have been solving air quality problems since 1983.Mist Collectors in Nebraska.
At Industrial Maid, we strive to be the leader in the packaged industrial air filtration industry. Our air pollution control equipment includes commercial, ambient and industrial air cleaners, mist collectors, downdraft tables, dust booths, etc. Check out our lighter, less expensive plastic cabinets. Mist Collectors in Nebraska.

Mist Collectors Companies Serving Missouri

Dr. Joseph Brink and Monsanto, the original parent company of MECS, developed the first fiber bed mist eliminator for their own use in 1958. The original applications were developed to solve air pollution issues for Monsanto`s own phosphoric acid plants. The success of this original application led to the decision to commercialize this air pollution technology breakthrough and offer Brink fiber beds to other industries.
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