21 Mar 2017

Industrial Ventilation Systems for Air Pollution Control

Optimizing Air Quality through Industrial Ventilation Systems

We hear about various forms of pollution on a daily basis. Air pollution can have serious implications on our health and the environment, which is why it is important to minimalize the risk and prevent it from happening. Industrial factories are notorious for producing primary air pollutants that are emitted to the air, such as sulphur-dioxide and carbon-monoxide and introducing ventilation systems can not only reduce the air pollution created by them, but can also ensure safe indoor air quality for their workers.

The effects:

Air pollution is the world’s single most deadly environmental problem which kills around 7 million people each year. Industrial pollution is a primary source for environmental contamination and air pollution. Factories pollute the air through fossil fuel emissions which create toxic pollutants including nitrous oxide, methane and carbon dioxide which can have some really serious health and environmental implications. Air pollution caused by factories are the leading cause of climate change and can impair your cardiovascular and central nervous system and can aggravate existing conditions such as asthma and bronchitis.

The solutions:

Any factory environment that changes a material in any way will emit some sort of substance or chemical that could be harmful to the surrounding environment or to the people working in the factory. Installing the right kind of ventilation systems can massively reduce these factors. Installing correct ventilation systems can massively reduce a factories carbon footprint and can also ensure a clean indoor air supply for any employees.

Ventilation systems:

It’s important to be aware of which system can be beneficial to your industry. Depending on what your factory does, there will be different chemicals and harmful substances created in the process, because of this it’s important to have bespoke ventilation systems to ensure that you are successfully minimalizing the risk. Getting an engineer to assess airflow requirements, the surrounding environment and extraction requirements will ensure that the best possible solutions.

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