Our high-specification stand-alone BlueClean® filter units provide hygienic solutions to your customer’s needs in pharma. They are suitable for handling a range of dust by-products typical of the pharmaceutical industry, like colouring agents, diluents, binders and organic ingredients. integratedAIR Filtration can also provide a full turnkey solution to you dust control needs from design through to installation. Find out more about our LEV systems here.
There are many different substances used within the pharmaceutical industry which are potentially explosive and hazardous to employee’s health. All chemicals used within the industry will have a Workplace Exposure Limit (WEL) and are specified in the EH40 document. integratedAIR Filtration ensure that our BlueClean® dust filter units and system designs meet 'good manufacturing practice (GMP)' along with DSEAR and ATEX guidelines when applicable.
With the added benefit of a safe-change filters and product discharge, with one of our BlueClean® dust extraction filter units installed your customer will see an increase in their product quality, compliance with industry regulations, reduced maintenance and improved health and safety.
Our BlueClean® range of filter units installed as part of a correctly designed LEV system will reduce dust emission in operations such as;
integratedAIR Filtration will ensure your dust filtration system will comply with emissions control following the Environmental Act when your emissions are expelled into atmosphere. The Environmental Protection Act (EPA) 1990 for waste management and control of environmental emissions outlines the requirements your business needs to take to reduce contaminants in the air before realising to atmosphere. integratedAIR works with you to ensure these requirements are met.
All dust extraction equipment used to control the dust must be maintained to ensure the system effectively reduces dust at the source and protects employees from inhalation and exposure. The LEV system needs to be examined and tested at least once every 14 months as per HSE guidance (HSG258). LEV records must be kept for at least 5 years.