Central Air Pollution Control System
A central station fume extraction plant, is designed to collect air pollution
at source from any number of fume emission points, link them together
to a central extraction/filtration plant situated at a convenient point.
Horizon engineers will carry out an initial site survey, prepare detailed
proposals, usually with a layout plan together with specification and
costs. Illustrated on this page are typical examples of air pollution
source is the first choice in fume removal. Care is necessary to ensure good hood
design for efficient collection. An integrated system of graded steel ductwork
is necessary with flexible hoses as applicable, linking all sources of fume emission.
central station plant may comprise a modular air cleaning unit with separate fan/motor
assembly or a complete package. Internal filters will comprise either electrostatic
or mechanical or a combination of both.
Horizon undertake the complete design, fabrication of all plant required,
followed by installation, commissioning, leaving in a satisfactory running
condition, and the issuing of an applicable COSHH certificate. On-going
maintenance contracts are available together with periodic COSHH performance
and testing of equipment.