Ural Plant of Deicing Materials (UZPM) presented an innovative product at the Transport Week in Moscow. The main event in the transport industry is supported by the Government of the Russian Federation and brings together representatives of the Russian regions and top companies.
UZPM presented Bionord Antidust, a multi-purpose antidust agent. The material was developed with regard to business needs of companies operating in the transport industry and in the mining industry. The product demonstrates its efficiency and usability on the roads of any type including natural roads, excavations, pits, and in the transportation of dusty materials.
Bionord Antidust efficiency is based on binding small particles of dust and forming a strong wind resistant film on the surface of materials and roads. The duration of the antidust effect is much longer than that of ordinary water. This allows you to reduce equipment maintenance costs as a result of decreased dust impact on moving parts of equipment, reduce product loss, and significantly improve environment in cities and settlements, as well as in sanitary protection zones of production facilities.
Bionord Antidust has passed integrated assessment of its environmental impact; Bionord Antidust multi-component composition includes natural salts and corrosion inhibitors reducing the material impact on equipment.
Evgeniy Nemirovskiy, Development Adviser to UZPM General Director, says, “Today, developers of deicing materials take efforts to quickly react to needs of different industries through the upgrade of manufacturing sites, development of new processes, and broadening of product lines. The manufacturing is focused on cutting economic expenditures, while maintaining product quality and compliance with environmental safety requirements. Launching a multi-purpose antidust agent, meeting GOST requirements, on the domestic market will allow significant reduction of economic loss associated with handling and transportation of bulk materials, ore, rock and aggregates and ensure reduced environmental impact and better environmental consciousness at production sites.”