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“We are very happy with good air quality in all our areas!"
Leunissen Interieurbouw is a family business, founded in 1990, which realises high-quality interior elements. The company is based in Beek (The Netherlands). Leunissen Interieurbouw is currently owned by Marc Leunissen, second generation in the family business. The third generation is also working in the company right now.
With a team of 24 committed professionals, the most diverse, small and large projects are carried out, especially for the private market.
Customisation, attention to detail, solid constructions, good cooperation with the client and/or architect, reliability, commitment and service are characteristics of all the projects.
Since April 2002, Leunissen Interieurbouw has been based in its current premises, which was newly built at the time. The premises are equipped with all modern production facilities and is partly automated, allowing the employees to deliver customised work from their expertise.
Hans Segers is manager at Leunissen Interieurbouw. He has been with the company for more than 20 years and from the shop floor risen to his current position.
Hans states: “A lot of wood dust is generated in the production hall where the interiors are built. This is mainly due to the manual processing of the various pieces of furniture. When the premises were built, an extraction system was provided in the hall and we use source extraction where possible, but this is not enough to capture all the dust.”
Hans continues: “ We think it is important to continuously have healthy air quality. Our people make the difference on the shop floor and we like to take good care of them. We consider the health of our employees very important. This applies not only to our people in the production hall, but also to colleagues working in the office.”
No dedicated ventilation system was provided during the original construction of the building, which meant that the air quality in the offices and canteen could also be improved. Hans: “Particularly during corona, we were showed how important a healthy indoor air quality in the workplace is.”
During the Houtpro+ fair in Den Bosch, two of Hans’ colleagues came into contact with Euromate. They were soon convinced that deploying some professional air cleaners was adding value to improve the air quality in the various business areas.
Hans: “We chose to use Euromate’s industrial air cleaners (Dust Free Industrial 8500) in our production hall. Fine wood dust particles in particular are filtered out of the indoor air this way. We also purchased air purifiers (VisionAir Blue Line) to keep our offices, meeting room and canteen permanently supplied with healthy indoor air. These devices are neatly concealed in the ceilings. It is a great feeling that the air quality in all rooms has improved. You also get used to it quickly. That is why we are satisfied with Euromate’s solutions.”
We also spoke with Dennis Janssen, one of Leunissen’s all-round interior designers. Dennis tells: “We really notice the difference before and after the installation of the air filters. There is less dust on the floor and the indoor air also feels cleaner. It’s nice that other areas such as the canteen have also been included, so we are assured of clean indoor air during breaks as well.”
Dennis concludes, “The installation of the air cleaners by the technicians from Euromate went well. Work could continue as usual while they had to mount a device above my work table..”
Especially for production and industrial environments such as workplaces, distribution centers and warehouses, Euromate has developed the Dust Free Industrial (DFI) 8500. The VisionAir Blue Line tackles harmful air pollution and has a wide range of uses thanks to its unique filter combinations.
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