Breathable Atmosphere in a Confined Space
Modern environmental control aims for high standards of living and working conditions. Improving fitness of body and mind places more demands on the breathable atmosphere, whilst acceptable pollutant levels have reduced with science and improved understanding. To support large numbers of people for extended periods in confined spaces, TPG faces many challenges:
- Respiration consumes oxygen and produces carbon dioxide.
- Charging batteries generates hydrogen.
- Running machinery produces carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and fumes.
- Cooking produces vapours and odours.
TPG systems respond to these contaminants to provide a healthy and pleasant environment for efficient working and comfortable living. Over 4 decades TPG has installed over 60 carbon dioxide removal plants, as well as many other pieces of equipment for confined environments. These are typically:
- Shock resistant
- Low power