Air filtration is critical in effectively removing contaminants like wood dust, printing solvents, and welding fume from machining processes.
Without air filtration systems, contaminated air passes breathing zones and settles onto work surfaces and machinery creating higher risks of employee injury and equipment malfunction. Consistent equipment issues result in higher maintenance and repair costs while lowering productivity rates.
Employers are responsible for workplace conditions and safety measures. Proper air filtration is key to preventing employee injury. By implementing air filtration systems, contaminants are captured before reaching breathing zones and work surfaces - reducing employee injuries and lowering maintenance costs.
There is a range of factors that impact air quality, including the application or machine processes taking place, ventilation, airflow, humidity, and temperature.
Being exposed to poor air quality can result in health issues such as headaches, dizziness, and eyes, nose, and throat irritation. Long-term exposure presents higher risks of asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, nervous system effects, kidney damage, and cancer.
It's our goal to help you achieve the greatest advantage of improving the air quality in your workplace! Here are the top 3 reasons why you should:
Employers are responsible for the health and safety of machine operators.
Proper air filtration is key to preventing employee injury. By implementing air cleaning systems, contaminants are captured before reaching breathing zones and work surfaces - reducing employee injuries and lowering maintenance costs.
Better air quality = higher production rates!
When you improve the air filtration in your workplace you're lowering injury risks, reducing sick days, and minimizing the chance of equipment malfunction all resulting in higher production rates.
It's important to remember that the risk of air contamination is not limited.
When air contaminants go uncollected, dust and particulate lands on work surfaces and settles in machinery resulting in higher maintenance costs, system damage, and loss in production time.