ENV-EX With more than 15 years of experience, we have been working in the factories and enterprises in all sectors which have dust problems such as mining sector, crushing - screening plants, cement plants, thermal power plants, iron steel plants, construction sector, excavation and urban transformation, solid waste facilities, municipalities, dams, tunnels and ports. We have production, installation and servicing of high pressure water spraying systems, fan spray dust control systems and automatic truck wheel washing systems in outdoor areas.

ENV-EX in this context, it is used successfully in over 2000 enterprises in Turkey and exports to more than 30 countries.

ENV-EX Having industrialist identity in its sector, We are the first and only company in Turkey which is located in middle and high technology class of ministry of science, industry and technology thatmanufactures in thisscope.

ENV-EX Is the first and only company in Turkey to be certified by the ministry of environment and urbanization with the approval of thbe letter dated 21 january 2002 and numbered 13564. The international standard for the control of industrial airborne pollution by the ministry of environment and urbanization (skhkky) is based on the values provided by the pm10 dust measurement (5 mg / m3 in closed areas, 3 mg / m3 in open areas. )

ENV-EX is the first and only company in Turkey and world that use 3-body with ball valve with electrical actuation that you can see breakdown, on, off and pressure values on the lcd screen, whcich can be turned on and off within 2 seconds.

ENV-EX is the first and only company in Turkey and in the world that use dual fan system which is produced to prevent dust in open areas.

ENV-EX As a result of their cooperation with the institutions within the ministry of science, industry and technology of Turkey. It is the first and only company in Turkey and in the world that has the standard criteria of dust suppression control systems and manufactures in this subject by asking opinion from many universities with the ministry of enviroment and urbanism.