Applied Conveyor Technology, Inc., employs a staff of experienced professionals to provide quality services for any dust control equipment need. Our sales, engineering, projects, shop, and field personnel are courteous, professional and committed to quality and customer satisfaction. Having been in business for more than 20 years, The ACT Group has earned the reputation of providing honest and reliable work for a fair price. Our team is capable of providing complete turnkey project design and specifications, system or component proposals, EPC services, and individual part sales. Whether your need is large or small, our dust suppression equipment experts are just a phone call or email away.
Applied Conveyor Technology, Inc., has two full-time engineers on staff that spend a majority of their time dedicated to dust control equipment projects. Our Chief Engineer has more than 30 years of experience and oversees the estimation and design of new projects, as well as new product design, research and development. The ACT Group’s drafting capabilities are completed via electronic drawing compilation, specifically with AutoCAD. If need be, we also have the ability to create 3D design, as well as provide structural or civil calculations. Our projects and engineering staff is also available to assist with the permitting processes and interaction with local air quality districts as needed for dust suppression equipment projects.
Applied Conveyor Technology, Inc.’s 10,000-square foot warehouse in Fontana, CA, has the capability and fabrication equipment to construct nearly any dust control equipment system or project. Our state-of-the-art Hypetherm Hi-Definition plasma table, band saws, ironworker punches, and MIG and TIG welding machines allow us to provide competitively priced and high-quality, custom fabrication services. All of our dust suppression equipment components are fabricated in-house, allowing us to have maximum control of all of our quality assurance initiatives.
Applied Conveyor Technology’s trained and experienced staff of field technicians is available for new project installations, routine service inspections, maintenance contract work, and 24-hour emergency dust control equipment services. Our field team consists of working supervisors, millwrights/welders, mechanics, and mechanic’s assistants. Dispatched from Northern and Southern California, ACT field crews perform work in California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.
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