The hazards of mechanical engineering
Mechanical engineering covers a broad range of processes, many of which include metalwork. Metals are known to release harmful contaminants that can cause both short and long term issues with health, particularly to those who are regularly exposed to them for long periods of time.
While other processes are release fumes that damage the lungs, metalworking can release dangerous mists that can also irritate the eyes and skin. For this reason, it’s essential to limit these fumes where possible and protect the welfare of manual technicians.
How does BOFA tackle the fume extraction process?
BOFA International use cutting-edge technology to meet even the most harmful fumes and particles head-on, removing them at the source and minimising harm to your employees.
Once these vapours and mists have been removed, they are taken through a thorough filtration system and eventually released back into the air. This highly effective and efficient process is the best way to handle the dangerous fumes released from mechanical engineering.