Air Quality Solutions

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Have you ever considered the air quality you and your employees are exposed to on the job and how it impacts your body? The air you breathe matters.

At Polar Mobility, we understand the importance of air quality in your work environment. Whether on a construction site, operating heavy-duty mining equipment, or working in transportation, the air you breathe can significantly impact your health.

Installing quality air solutions for heavy-duty equipment lessens your health risks by reducing exposure to pollution. When seeking air quality control in Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer, our solutions can be installed on everything from mobile vehicles in the construction industry to heavy-duty mining trucks and beyond.

Our air quality solutions are expertly designed to filter out a range of pollutants, including:

  • Bacteria, viruses, and bio-aerosols
  • Toxic gases like carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide
  • Mould, mildew, and dust mites
  • Dangerous chemical compounds, including VOCs and SVOCs

Industries that use heavy-duty equipment have a higher chance of air pollution affecting their workers

Two high-risk toxins emitted from machinery are nitrogen oxide and carbon monoxide. Other harmful chemicals workers of heavy-duty transportation units are exposed to are Volatile organic compounds (VOC) and Semi-Volatile organic compounds (SVOC). These chemicals may include gasses emitted from petroleum products, paints, solvents, pesticides, etc. The chemical levels can exceed a healthy breathing level if not maintained.

Some of the diseases related to workplace air quality are:

  • Asthma
  • Cancer
  • Heart Disease
  • Respiratory illnesseS

Do you work within the construction industry and deal with asbestos regularly?

Dealing with asbestos and similar materials can be a significant concern in the construction industry. Our air quality solutions help protect against the risks associated with these materials, reducing the likelihood of serious conditions like lung cancer and permanent lung damage.

What are some of the signs and risks associated with asbestos?

  • Shortness of breath
  • Coughing
  • Permanent lung damage
  • Cancer

Premium air quality solutions help protect your team’s respiratory systems by cleaning and purifying the air.

Cleaner air means less chance of breathing in the fibres from asbestos and other VOCs. When fibres get trapped in your lungs, the damage has been done, and you may be dealing with a lifelong illness.

Are you tired of having to stop production because your equipment gets clogged with debris?

Beyond health benefits, our air quality solutions also increase operational efficiency. By preventing equipment clogging and reducing maintenance downtime, our systems ensure that your operations run smoothly, saving time and reducing costs. Polar Mobility’s quality air solutions allow you to work for days without constantly cleaning out your machinery.

Combat Airborne Dangers with Polar Mobility Air Quality Solutions

We invite you to explore our range of air quality solutions tailored for industries operating under extreme conditions. From mobile vehicles in construction to heavy-duty mining trucks, we have the right solution for you.

Click here to learn more about how Polar Mobility can help you maintain a healthy, productive work environment. Can’t find what you’re looking for? We’ll manufacture it to your specific needs. Contact us today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Industrial air pollution refers to air contamination due to activities and processes specific to industrial operations. This type of pollution is distinct from other sources, such as indoor air pollutants. Industrial pollution often involves emissions from manufacturing, processing plants, and other large-scale industrial activities.

These emissions can include harmful chemicals and particulate matter that contribute significantly to outdoor air pollution. While indoor air quality control is a concern due to pollutants like dust, household chemicals, and mould, industrial pollution typically impacts broader outdoor environments. It is subject to more complex regulation and control.

Mining and smelting significantly contribute to air quality degradation by releasing pollutants like fine particulate matter and greenhouse gases. These emissions can have severe impacts on worker health and the environment. For example, handling and processing industrial minerals generates substantial dust and other emissions.

This necessitates stringent air quality control measures, a testament to the value placed on the health and safety of workers and the environment.

In Alberta, air quality parameters include adhering to standards like ISO 23875, designed to protect mining and construction workers by limiting exposure to harmful airborne particles and carbon dioxide within machine cabs. This standard is part of broader efforts to mitigate health risks and ensure safety in industrial settings. You can read more about this here.

Solutions like cabin enclosure filter pressurizers are ideal for mitigating the risks associated with air pollution in industrial and mining environments. These systems filter airborne toxins and reduce the risk of inhaling harmful particles. Pre-cleaning filtration systems are recommended for industries like construction and agriculture.

These systems, available in both powered and non-powered versions, effectively remove dust and debris before reaching the main filtration system, thereby enhancing overall air quality control.

Air-Quality Units/Parts

Polar Mobility stocks and manufactures hundreds of air-quality units and parts to solve your air-quality problems.

Can’t find it? We’ll manufacture it to your specific needs. Contact us today!