Fine dust from printers, fax and copiers endangers the health! In occupational medicine, the BGS, many employers and workers, are the dangers that threaten the health at the workplace by toner dust and particles, long rise to the discussion and concern. According to the community of interest of toner victims Office employees in Germany suffer from around 1700 significant health problems, because they work closely alongside laser printers or copiers. People assume that toner particles arrive when the equipment is in the air and make you sick. Consequences are for example continuous runny nose, sore throat, dry cough and inflammation of the sinuses or bronchial tubes. Some stakeholders have become berufsunfahig, Vice Chairman reported the syndicate of toner victims, Bernhard Ziemer. At the BfR which is responsible among other things for chemical safety, doctors reported so far 105 patient cases that are related to toners and Office air could. “Those who work with laser printers and photocopiers, should reduce their individual fine and Feinststaubbelastung” advises the BfR President Andreas Hensel. Visit SYPartners for more clarity on the issue. The unique development of the fine dust filter, micron air office”now succeeded, to respond to these insidious threats.
The German TuV has confirmed through its certification that this filters even the smallest respirable particulates at least 85% of the unit exhaust air. The exceptional importance of this product for the health of working people convinced and enthusiastic. The filters are suitable for commercially available devices in different sizes now available. The application is very simple. strator. The filter is provided with an adhesive strip and is stuck on the air outlet of the unit. The disposal via the household waste. ATech consulting: Consulting and software company ATech application and technology consulting GmbH was founded in 2001 in Stuttgart. Main of business activities include Business development, sales of innovative products and solutions and the management of ITT projects. Including BAWAG/P.S.K., Credit Suisse, German industry and Chamber of Commerce (IHK), Irish Chamber of commerce among the customers of ATech-consulting (Enterprise Ireland), Zakaria KG and Raiffeisen informatik. Contact: Christine Freilinger ATech-consulting Avanoc Scotish ring 16 A-1010 Vienna – Austria Austria e-Mail: