Cabin Enclosure Filter Pressurizers

Rethink Your Cabin’s Air Quality

Working in construction or mining sites often involves exposure to dust, debris, and harmful elements. It’s a common misconception that an enclosed cabin offers complete protection. Harmful substances like VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) and SVOCs (Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds) can still infiltrate these spaces. Studies by global OH&S regulators reveal that the air inside a cabin can sometimes be more harmful than the air outside.

Miners are in danger due to extended coal dust exposure.

Many health issues arise from inhaling microparticles in the air.

  • Inflammation of the lungs
  • Fibrosis
  • Black lung disease, also known as pneumoconiosis
  • Necrosis

However, miners are not the only ones at risk. Workers in various industries, especially construction, are exposed to air contaminants that can lead to ailments ranging from asthma to silicosis. The intensity and duration of exposure directly correlate with the severity of health issues. For instance, exposure to diesel particulate matter, as studied by the Cancer Council Australia, shows a 40% increased risk of lung cancer among those exposed compared to the general population.

How can you help keep your employees and yourself safe in the workplace environment?

The answer lies in using cabin enclosure filter pressurizers. These systems are designed to filter out airborne toxins, significantly reducing the risk of inhaling harmful particles. While commonly used in mining equipment, these systems benefit industries facing similar air quality challenges.

How does a cabin enclosure filter pressurizer work?

External air gets drawn into the air conditioner so large dirt particles can be removed with the pre-cleaner. This air is then filtered and drawn into the air conditioner’s intake duct by the air pump. The dual filtered air is delivered in high volume to the enclosure, creating positive air pressure on the inside. This positive air pressure forces dirt out of doors, windows and other unsealed areas.

How does a cabin enclosure filter pressurizer work?

Here’s a breakdown of the process:
Air Intake and Pre-Cleaning: External air is drawn into the system, where large dirt particles are removed.

  • Dual Filtration: The air passes through dual filters, ensuring only clean air reaches the cabin.
  • Creating Positive Air Pressure: Clean, filtered air is delivered at high volume to the cabin, creating a positive pressure environment that forces dust and dirt out of unsealed areas.

Take action for a safer workplace.

Contact Polar Mobility today to equip your cabins with our advanced filter pressurizers. Ensure a safer, healthier workplace and protect your equipment efficiently.

Look at our comprehensive catalogue to learn more about our cabin enclosure filter pressurizers and take a step towards a cleaner, safer working environment. Can’t find it? We’ll manufacture it to your specific needs. Contact us today!