Best known as the UK’s leading manufacturer of construction site welfare products, Garic has signed a deal to supply its new range of spray cannons to ADM Regeneration.
Garic meticulously researched the market to find the best dust and odour suppression products to complement its range of welfare and site set up equipment. It is now the sole UK and Ireland distributor for MB Dust Control’s spray cannons which are manufactured in the Netherlands.
The range includes 15 models starting with compact handheld units and progressing in size and power to heavy duty cannons capable of spraying across distances of up to 100m. There are also wall mounted spray systems suitable for internal use.
Garic’s Head of Business Development (Global) Steve Booth said: “Our new dust cannon range is generating a lot of interest. We’ve got quite a few units being trialled with companies from a number of sectors including materials handling, ports and waste management but this our first sale to a demolition company.
“We were confident the cannons would be popular once demolition and asbestos removal companies could see how extensive the range is and how effective they are – we have got off to a great start with ADM Regeneration’s order!”
Based in Lymm, decommissioning and demolition company ADM Regeneration, has just dispatched the first cannon, an SC45, to a 24 acre site in Durham where it will suppress dust generated during the demolition of the former Durham Police head quarters.
ADM Regeneration’s Demolition Director Paul Cryer added: “Garic’s range of spray cannons is exceptional, there’s something for virtually every type of project. Together we established that this mid-size cannon would be the most practical for us. This is a busy, confined site and it’s absolutely vital that our environmental precautions are top notch. We’ve got up to 45 operatives demolishing the structures and crushing the 25,000 m3 of arisings, as well as people living nearby and a school.
“We’re impressed, so much so we’re already looking at buying a couple more.”