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Excision clears the air in a polluted workplace

13-04-2010
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Clean air in any workplace is an increasing topic of concern.

The containment and or removal of dust and fumes should be of paramount importance to anyone that is legally responsible for the health and safety of employees and contractors. And those responsible for environmental pollution should be similarly concerned.

To meet this urgent requirement, Excision, one of Australia’s leading industrial equipment wholesalers, has introduced a premium, German range of dust and fume extractors – Allclear.

The Allclear range of fume extraction products clearly covers all the “clean air” demands of health and safety requirements.

The range consists of standard units as well as customised solutions for “extraordinary” situations.

Stock units include mobile, wall mounted, stationary and central suction systems, stand-alone fans, oil mist filters, and more.

Excision is committed to the latest suction and filtering technology.

The company brings to market a broad range of equipment that boasts quality, innovation, cost effectiveness, and reliability.

Exclusively wholesalers, Excision is a professional organisation with a clear focus to provide industry solutions.

Contact Excision for an information package and expert advice from trained specialists on dust and fume extraction.

Excision
Ph: 1800 633 448
www.excision.com.au
www.allclearfumecontrol.com.au

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