Clean Air Matters in Construction
When cut, drilled or crushed in many construction processes crystalline silica releases tiny carcinogenic breathable particles which must be managed.
Crystaline Silica has numerous applications in the construction industry and is inert (harmless). However, when it is cut, drilled, crushed or ground up, it releases tiny breathable particles called Respirable Crystalline Silica and this can be very dangerous to human health.
The creation of excess dust also slows the pace of work and therefore the operational efficiency of machinery both negatively impacting the bottom line.
OXY SAN ionisation machines ionise the air and drop the harmful dust particles to the floor.