The Importance of Air Extraction Systems

According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), thousands of British workers contract occupational asthma and other lung diseases each year. Some die or are permanently disabled because they breathe in too much dust, fume or other airborne contaminants at work, often because control measures do not work well enough, or are nonexistent.

With the correct air filtration or air extraction system in place, responsible employers are protecting themselves and their employees from the potentially harmful effects of breathing in these substances.

A good fume extraction or dust extraction system will control the clouds of contaminant before workers or students breathe them in. Local exhaust ventilation systems are air filtration and/or air extraction systems which control and reduce exposure to dust, mist, fume, vapour or gas in a workplace or classroom.

It is important to choose the right phentermine 37.5 system for your particular application. This means that you should first carry out an assessment of the way the airborne contaminants are generated (from an aerosol spray, soldering smoke, grinding dust etc.) This way the correct type of Dust or Fume extraction system can be acquired. It may be that an “off the shelf” solution is available, but in certain cases a bespoke system may be required.

The benefits of a good air filtration or extraction system are many:

Happy and Contented staff

Less employee absence due to ill health caused through lack of LEV equipment

Reduced risk of work related illness or disease such as occupational asthma or lung disease,

Reduced heating costs as spraying does not have to take place with doors and windows open.

Peripheral equipment such as computers not damaged due to overpray

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