Protecting People's Health
By Removing Toxic Materials
Dust-Free Interior Demolition
Fugitive Dust Nuisance
When facility occupants are subject to dust from construction
zones, people complain about not feeling well, Productivity suffers.
Computers and electronic equipment are easily damaged and HVAC units
are contaminated spreading dust throughout the facility.
Keers has a solution to this problem
Dust Control Planning
Dust Control begins with a plan, and ends with engineering
controls to guarantee that dust is not only contained within the
work area, but is trapped and filtered there.
Keers has been in the business of controlling "toxic" dusts for
30 years. Our technology works equally well for "non-toxic" dust
Our experienced service coordinators can meet with you at your
facility and create the dust-control plan you need to protect your
people and facilities. Then controlled demolition and construction
can commence "dust-free". Working from our own checklist, here is a
sample of some of the things we will be looking at:
· Meet and coordinate with
your General Contractor and/or facility staff to understand your
renovation and demolition plans.
· Isolation of HVAC system.
· Temporary partitions
between construction and non-construction areas.
· Critical taped-in-place
plastic barriers over openings.
· Identification and
protection of equipment furnishings in construction areas that will
operational or can't be relocated.
· Secure the work area and
post warning signs to keep people out.
· Use of HEPA filtration
machines within the work area, to create a negative pressure
environment in which dust cannot escape.
Dust-Free Controlled Demolition
Keers trained crews are experts in careful and
controlled demolition, deconstruction of building components and
systems. Working within a controlled and filtered work zone, these
necessary activities are accomplished "dust-free". Dust-Free