We provide a range of specialist dust suppression equipment for hire designed to help you protect against health risks, creating a safer working environment.

From perimeter misters ideal for use around event and construction sites to portable canons that can be easily moved and re-located around site to wherever works are happening.

The impact of dust and the adverse effects on individual health, nearby communities and the wider environment is of growing concern. Dust can be produced when materials are cut, drilled, demolished, sanded, or constructed. But not all dust particles are the same, with some significantly more harmful than others.

When deployed correctly, dust suppression measures, effective monitoring and measurement, and adequately fitted respiratory protective equipment (RPE) can greatly reduce the risk.


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Need a larger, bespoke solution? We can help

Tell us about your site and the hazards you need to control. We'll design and deliver an end-to-end solution.

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Our air quality experts follow the latest guidelines outlined by recognised industry bodies, such as: 

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We'll work with you to develop a tailored solution for your application, from highly sensitive healthcare environments to construction sites. With the UK's largest rental fleet, from plant and tools to test and monitoring equipment, we can combine specialist air quality equipment with a range of other products to provide a complete solution for your site.

Our partnership with award-winning manufacturers, such as HEPACART® UK, allows us to offer you rental options for best-in-class equipment. They're all available for delivery and installation nationwide from our strategically located depot network.

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Our specialist dust extraction solutions are ideal for outdoor events, manufacturing facilities and construction sites.

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  • Lowering Dust Exposure in the Workplace

    Dust exposure can have significant long-term implications on our health and wellbeing, in some instances even resulting in death. The HSE are currently running a nationwide campaign, targeting construction sites throughout the UK to raise awareness of the respiratory risks from dust exposure. Have you or your company recently been visited by the HSE, or are you due to receive a visit soon? Then we’re here to help.

    This blog will focus on the respiratory risks associated with varying degrees and types of dust exposure. It will highlight why dust monitoring is so essential for your business and educate on ways of keeping safe whilst working in a dust filled environment.

    At Sunbelt Rentals we stock a range of tools and equipment which enable construction companies to detect, monitor and protect against dust levels. With our expert help, and world-first products, we have the power to begin protecting construction companies from dust exposure, today.

  • Engineer Fitting Casella Guardian Environmental Monitoring System

    Why Dust Monitoring is Essential for your Business

    The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is stepping up efforts to increase awareness that dust can kill, with a month-long site inspection initiative.

    During October, HSE site inspections are taking place across the UK to ensure that construction firms are protecting workers from respiratory risks and occupational lung disease caused by construction dust. Sites of all types and sizes are being visited to check that appropriate measures are in place to protect workers’ lung health from exposure to dust.

  • Dust can kill. Don’t risk your long-term health

    Dust can have massive long term effects on our health and wellbeing and could even cause death in some instances. This blog highlights the risks and how to be respiratory mindful and keep safe  when working within a dust filled environment.

  • Worker Sanding A Building Floor Next To An Air Filtration Unit

    The Importance of Effective Dust Control Solutions

    Dust is generated from many common construction tasks such as cutting, drilling, grinding and polishing. Some of this dust is fine enough to get deep into the lungs of construction workers. Known as respirable crystalline silica (RCS) or silica dust, it’s too fine to see with normal lighting.

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