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Upgraded Motofog units from INMALO

INMALO Motofog

Sole UK supplier launches new and improved Motofog MF20D and MF40D dust-suppression systems

INMALO have announced the launch of the new and improved Motofog MF20D and MF40D dust-suppression systems, which have been further developed to improve performance, transportation, and safety.

Performance has been significantly improved with the electric oscillation increased from 90° to 270°, with greater height adjustment too. All the major functions of the unit can be controlled by remote control as an optional extra.

The major improvement, however, is the new folding mast, which can be folded down flat, allowing the unit to fit in a van or container easily, thereby simplifying transport to and from site and improving overnight security.

In addition, moving the Motofogs has been made easier and safer with the addition of forklift pockets on the underside as well as the usual lifting eye on top.

Other safety improvements include an emergency stop button on the front panel and an improved drainage valve on the side to reduce the risk of water freezing during winter conditions.

INMALO’s Charles Polak said: ‘The Motofog range of dust-suppression systems continues to be a market leader. We are very proud to be the sole UK supplier of Motofogs and to have a leading role in progressing the design.

‘They will be available in our rental fleet as well as for sale alongside our range of MB spray cannons, and we are sure our clients will be as impressed with the improvements as we are.’

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