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Improving air quality in the fire station

When the fire brigade goes back to the fire station after extinguishing a fire, the uniforms are taken off and hung up in a room. That room fills with the smell of smoke and other combustion products. Those combustion products contain lots of fine particulates and other toxic substances. They enter the indoor air of the fire station where they can be inhaled. In both the short and long term, this causes all sorts of nasty diseases, such as breathing problems, lung problems and allergic reactions. It is therefore necessary to improve the air quality in the fire station. Euromate is the market leader in improvement of the indoor air through use of an air cleaning system.

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Improvement of the air quality in the fire station provides benefits.

  • Greater productivity (healthy air keeps employees sharp and fit)
  • Healthy supply of fresh air through effective extraction and filtration of the indoor air
  • No more nuisance from unpleasant odours, viruses, bacteria, dust and fine particulates
  • Saves energy: heated and cooled air are distributed evenly through the fire station rather than being blown out in one location
  • Fresh, inviting fire station
  • Higher productivity: personnel are less fatigued at the end of the day
  • Lower cleaning costs
  • Lower absence due to illness
  • Good image: distinguishing factor in the sector

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What do our customers say?

“I’m so happy with those air cleaners! They work exceptionally well, complaints have vanished and employees are satisfied.”
Ricoh

“It really does deliver clean air. We no longer experience any foreign odours and the units are almost silent!”
Kerger

“What an improvement! When the air cleaner is on we notice the difference straight away. It simply makes it much more pleasant to work here.”
HVC

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Measuring air quality in the fire station

The indoor air problems in fire stations are very diverse. The situation needs to be charted to find out what the air quality is in the fire station. This can be done very simply by measuring the air quality in the fire station with an air meter. Euromate has air meters that can measure particles in the indoor air (including particulate matter), but also odours and gases in the air. After an air measurement, Euromate provides appropriate advice for optimal cleaning of the indoor air.

Air cleaner for elimination of objectionable odours

The odour of combustion products and smoke in the fire station is unpleasant. Euromate has an air cleaner for elimination of objectionable odours. The smelly air is drawn in and filtered, then odour-free air is blown back into the fire station. The air cleaner that is used is the HF air cleaner or the VisionAir Blue Line air cleaner with CarbonMax filter. Which contains a large quantity of activated carbon. Activated carbon is capable of adsorbing gases and odours. This results in an indoor climate that no longer stinks of smoke and the smell of fire. The air cleaner is stand-alone, plug-and-play and versatile.