Another JMS-50-MHT and Our First JMS-50-MDT Enroute to Sydney

2021-07-23T08:19:55+10:00September 30th, 2020|

Another Grydale JMS-50-MHT and our first JMS-50-MDT enroute to Sydney to provide effective dust control on a major tunnelling infrastructure project. Grydale are committed to innovation and improvement and the JMS-50-MDT features a extensive range of proprietary features to make this unit a world class engineered product, manufactured in Brendale, QLD, Australia. Well done to all our team involved in the design and manufacture of these units. For more information on these units please contact us.

Diona – JMS 20 M-Series Managing Silica Dust at Greenbank Sewer Rising Main Project

2021-07-13T08:31:48+10:00April 21st, 2020|

The Greenbank Sewer Rising Main project was undertaken by Diona in November 2019, for the Logan Water Infrastructure Alliance and involved the installation of 5.6 kilometres of sewer rising main pipeline. They hired a JMS-20-MDT (Diesel, Track) dust collector from Grydale Rental to manage the silica dust created as a result of trenching through sandstone. Any excavation works that involve sandstone, always post a significant dust and health issue for workers regardless of the excavation method utilised. In this project the trencher removed the rock and the dust collection unit extracted dust and exhausted clean air back to the [...]

Green Civil – Managing Dust alongside T1055 Trencher in Sydney

2020-05-07T12:26:01+10:00April 21st, 2020|

In February 2020, Green Civil rented a JMS-20-MDT from Grydale Rental to work alongside a Vermeer Trencher to manage the dust creating from completing trenching work in Sydney. There were strict requirements for dust control as the work site was close to a child care centre and Ansto nuclear facility and the combination of the T1055 Trencher and the Grydale JMS-20-MDT offered a very effective solution in extremely dry and windy conditions. Your Content Goes Here For more information on how dust collectors can be used in trenching projects [...]

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