C&W Manufacturing and Sales, Co. specializes in engineering innovative dust control solutions for the Concrete, Sand, Food, and Constructions industries. Our products provide a clean, contaminant free atmosphere in production facilities of all kinds. Effective dust control is essential for containing unwanted particulate so that it does not infiltrate the process stream, compromise air quality, or build up on surfaces and create a combustible dust hazard. Our staff of multi-disciplined engineering professionals will analyze your materials, process flow, production environment, and site requirements and then design a system that meets your specific needs now and into the future.
Our comprehensive services include engineering and building of structurally robust and mechanically sound central, stationary, mobile, silo, and weigh scale dust collection systems with a diverse range of filtering options. Advanced computer modeling techniques simulate material flow, air flow, filter efficacy, and equipment operation to validate performance and help us achieve the most efficient design possible. We build systems for continuous-duty operation, to tolerate extreme temperatures, and with fire suppression systems and explosion venting packages for hazardous applications. Our dust collectors range from 100 CFM to 100,000+ CFM.
It is the mission of C&W Manufacturing and Sales Co. to serve our customers by providing them with the highest quality environmental equipment available at a value price. Our primary priority is to develop and maintain long-term working relationships with each customer. This relationship will be based on providing superior products, communication, computer design engineering, workmanship, supervised field installations, and continuing education of key personnel.
Case Study of our equipment: A local muffin bakery contacted C&W Manufacturing for the installation of an air filtration solution for their english muffin line. We were contracted to fabricate this system, make the necessary integration changes, and supervise the install. To learn more about this project click here: http://www.cwmfg.com/case-study-food.html