- Technology Behind GRP Products
- Worlds first certified SR4 GRP Enclosure
- Protecting Substations with Anti Vandal GRP
- Benefits of anti-vandal housings and enclosures
- Features of Security related GPR Housings
- Standard Safety for Gas Meter Boxes
- Four Benefits of GRP acoustic enclosures
- HolemakerTechnology Introduces the DrillSink
- Importance of Roadside Gas Meter Box Ventilation
- PRO’S & CON’S FOR THE USE OF FR PVC VERSUS MULTIWALL POLYCARBONATE
- The Multisink™ Combination Countersink Tool
- Versadrive cutting tools
- CarbideMax Broach Cutters
- The GRP manufacturing process
- Odour control roof covers
Odour control roof covers
Why is an odour control roof cover so important?
Odour control roof covers protect assets and employees against unpleasant and polluting smells in the air. If you work in an environment that produces strong smells, such as a factory or building site, you’ll want to protect yourself and others from the problems that come with bad odours.
Odour control covers are not only there to make the working environment generally more pleasant, they are vital to the health and wellbeing of your workforce. They protect against pollution and act as an extra layer of protection against nasty workplace chemicals. Odour control roof covers can often be an essential part of following health and safety regulations correctly and are particularly advantageous in harsher, enclosed environments.
What type of odour control cover can I get?
No matter if you need a cover for a single, solitary tank or a larger cover for an entire building, there are a range of different odour control roof covers available to suit your specific wants and needs.
Heavy duty, non-slip odour control roof covers are a good choice for housings that are constantly battling against extreme weathers such as snow and rain. Non-slip covers help you to protect your workforce more effectively and also allow them to continue their job safely if work is needed higher up.
Beam and infill covers are best suited for those looking to protect larger buildings from the effects of harsh working environments and can be fitted with optional features, so that the original function of the roof is not compromised in any way. These optional extras include GRP ladders and access means, man-way and pump access hatches, non-slip protection, full locking facilities and much more.
Alongside this, you can also benefit from completely custom designed odour control roof covers including custom shapes, custom extras and custom colours. These are built and designed by Kingsley Plastics and are the perfect option for unusual or non-standard housings that require a unique touch.
How can you benefit from GRP?
GRP odour control covers offer all of the strength and durability you would expect from other GRP huts and housings. This means that you’ll always receive high quality protection from all unpleasant and harmful odours in the workplace. GRP protects against corrosive substances, harsh weathers, fire, water damage and so much more, helping you to go above and beyond what is needed to meet health and safety regulations.
All of Kingsley Plastics’ odour control covers are rigorously tested to ensure that they’re of the highest standard and that they’ll stand the test of time.
For more information on how to find roof covers that are right for your business, get in touch today on 01837 83154.
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