In Busy Distribution Centres there are many different factors that can affect the air that staff breathe. From Diesel Exhausts from Trucks and Forklifts, to dust and smaller particles created by operations, air can be polluted in many different ways which can affect our health. One leading Warehouse and Distribution Centre decided to look at their air quality within their distribution centre and see if it could be improved.

The Video below outlines the Case Study in which Camfil assisted Schenker Logistics to evaluate the air quality levels in their facility and how we worked together to improve these levels.

By Using Camfils patented range of Air Cleaners, Schenker Logistics were able to improve the air that their Warehouse operatives were breathing.

In Warehouse environments clean air is not only important for the health of employees but it is also important for protecting the product quality within the facility and the operational efficiencies of the machinery in use.

By using Camfil Industrial Air Cleaners, Schenker also helped protect their customers products from Dust Build up which can lower customer satisfaction levels.

Why Camfil Air Cleaners

There are many aspects of Camfil’s patented air cleaners that make us stand out from the Crowd.

High Quality Air Filters– Camfil air cleaners use the highest standard air filters on the market. All our HEPA filters are tested and certified to European standard EN1822:2009 ensuring the air distributed around warehouse environments is of the highest standard.

Flexibility – Camfil Air Cleaners can be modified to be either used as a plug and play unit positioned on the warehouse floor or, depending on space requirements, suspended from the warehouse ceiling for better air distribution.

Dual Inlet system – Camfils Patented Dual Inlet system allows for the system to be ducted to different locations. This means that air can be taken from external sources to improve the levels of clean air being introduced into the facility.

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