Excalibre Technologies, based in Mitcheldean, clean Diesel Particulate (DPF) Filters and refurbish bus and truck silencers and catalytic converters.
When they identified a problem with on-site air quality, they called in an AirBench Sales Engineer.
AirBench identified the issue as arising from 3 parts of the Excalibre process; cutting open used filter housings; welding components back together; and a goods in station where product was first examined. During the sales process, AirBench demonstrated the proposal to Excalibre engineers and end users; then recommended FPT model welding and grinding benches for the two hot processes; and a further FN model for the examination area.
Excalibre followed the recommendation from AirBench, and immediately noticed an improvement in their working environment.
A spokesman for Excalibre said:
Now with the Airbenches in use a massive difference has been made to air quality, which was supported by recent tests.
Excalibre plan to expand their AirBench installation to their other site in coming months.