At InnoTrans 2016 in Berlin, Blaschke Umwelttechnik presents new solutions for the extraction of diesel exhaust fumes. The modern extraction systems protect employees in train maintenance depots reliably against the harmful emissions from diesel trains and locomotives. At booth 607 in Hall 23, the Germany based company also provides information about its entire product range.
When operating diesel engines, hazardous toxic fumes are being released. It is a proven fact, that ultrafine particles from diesel exhaust fumes cause cardiovascular diseases, cancer, respiratory diseases and allergies, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). But ‘thick air’ at the maintenance depot needs not be. Exhaust extraction systems by Blaschke Umwelttechnik ensure clean, pollution-free air, and protect the health of employees in enclosed maintenance halls.
For 40 years, the Augsburg-based company developed individual extraction solutions for rail and other industries worldwide. All Blaschke installations are optimally aligned to the client’s needs. Extraction systems made by Blaschke stand for high product quality, efficiency and German engineering. When planning and implementing the systems, Blaschke will consult the customer in every project phase; from design through to installation and user training on-site.
Hans-J Blaschke, managing director and owner of Blaschke Umwelttechnik GmbH, explains: "With 40 years of experience in the market, we have a high level of system competence in the railway industry. We design our systems precisely tailored to the requirements in each depot. Our customers benefit from a high planning and cost security. "
From 20-23 September 2016, the environmental technology company at InnoTrans exhibition, Berlin presents new and field-proven extract systems, products such as ‘RailWay’, ‘Rail Bridge’ or ‘Rail Combi’. A live demonstration also invites visitors to experience and test the benefits of Blaschke system’s functionality at stand 607 in Hall 23.