Providing the best possible air quality
In a workplace, ventilation is used to control exposure to airborne contaminants. It is commonly used to remove contaminants such as fumes, dusts and vapours, in order to provide a healthy and safe working environment, and can be used alone or with Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) at specific capture points.
A correctly designed General Ventilation system will provide the best possible indoor air quality which can be a huge benefit to both employer and employee. These systems, sometimes referred to as dilution ventilation systems or fresh air ventilation systems, are used primarily to control temperature and humidity however these systems are also often utilised to remove and dilute fume, dust and odours associated with industrial and manufacturing processes. For industrial applications, ventilation systems are defined by the level of control over air quality and safety they provide.
The Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations require building owners and managers to ensure that enclosed workplaces are adequately ventilated with fresh purified air.
Further information can be found at: www.hse.gov.uk/ventilation and www.coshh-essentials.org.uk
Improvements to your working environment
We have designed, prepared and installed ventilation schemes ranging from passive to mechanical systems in many challenging market sectors over many years providing a significant improvement within the working environment. We have long understood the benefits of correctly designed and installed general ventilation schemes, which often result with energy savings, an improved carbon footprint, improved quality of health of employees and an increase in productivity from the workforce.
We can offer a fully bespoke service to suit all your ventilation requirements. We offer an on-site survey, design service and installation facilities. All our products are carefully selected from an approved and long-established list of suppliers and manufacturers and are therefore made to the highest standards.
Please contact us to discuss your general ventilation requirements in more detail.