Leading exhaust extraction technology, individual solutions
Rail-connected diesel vehicles produce large quantities of diesel emission (DME) during operations. If diesel locomotives or railcars are serviced with a running engine in closed halls, the hazardous material concentration will reach a toxic level within a short period of time.
The aggressive diesel exhaust fumes contaminate the breathed air of the maintenance depot workers and cause a scratchy throat, eye irritations or dizziness. The health of the affected employees can be tremendously damaged in the long run. The particle components of the diesel exhaust fumes that are classified as carcinogenic are considered particularly critical.
Extract exhaust fumes out – step by step
Blaschke extraction technology offers you and your employees unique, effective protection from hazardous air pollutants: the precise elimination of the exhaust fumes directly at the source. Our high-efficiency extraction systems also capture large exhaust gas volumes precisely at the exhaust, suction them out and remove them from the maintenance depot. The hall air remains clean and contaminant-free.
Our extraction systems meet the technical regulations for hazardous materials (TRGS 554) and guarantee compliance with all-important regulations for work safety and the protection of health.