Ensuring young people are protected from exposure to harmful airborne contaminants in the places where they learn skills for their futures is vital. Our team has delivered effective extraction systems for a number of educational establishments to ensure their air is clean and safe for students to breathe.

Activities ranging from woodworking in high school DT classes, to CNC machining and motor vehicle repair training programmes in universities and dedicated vocational training centres can all potentially expose students to harmful airborne particles if the correct control measures are not put in place, monitored and regularly tested.


Notable projects include an LEV Systems upgrade for the University of Birmingham and the installation of centralised vehicle exhaust extraction systems at the engine test cell facility in the National Automotive Innovation Centre (NAIC) at the University of Warwick and the Marches Centre of Manufacturing and Technology (MCMT) in Bridgnorth. The MCMT project also included the installation of a number of mobile welding fume extraction units to protect students from exposure to welding fume which has been proven to cause a number of respiratory diseases.

Visit our case studies page for in-depth project details.