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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response


Update: 18th June 2020

10 key actions for HVAC systems as staff return to work following lockdown

Our in-house HVAC expert, Matt Banks, has put together the below recommendations from guidance published by CIBSE (The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers).

These actions aim to help you reduce transmission risks of covid-19 in your built environment.

  1. You are likely to be more susceptible to the virus in badly ventilated areas.
  2. Try to have areas ventilated with fresh air where possible.
  3. Try to dilute internal air where possible.
  4. Air con that usually runs on recirculation, set this to run on full and using outside air where possible.
  5. Mechanical heat recovery units to be set to 400PPM and systems left to run for longer than usual, possibly all the time at a lower air change rate when no persons are about.
  6. Try to not circulate air from one room to another.
  7. Try to keep air moving in poor stagnant air rooms. Recirculation fans are good.
  8. Educate people in the area on why equipment needs to stay on, even if uncomfortable.
  9. Keep filters and grilles that can get blocked clear.
  10. Improve filtration on HVAC equipment. Ideally HEPA filters.

To discuss your site and any queries you may have regarding your HVAC system please get in touch via email or call our office on 01422 321772.

Staff are available for socially distanced site visits or via video call, we can work round your needs while making safety for all a priority.


Update: 31st March 2020

BCAS Guidance

The British Compressed Air Society has put together the below statement to address important information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the use of compressed air.

Please read the full statement here.


Update: 24th March 2020

Critical work continues

Following our announcement last week, we continue to work hard to support the UK’s critical industries and our customers in health care, food manufacturing, energy production, water treatment, communications and those who manufacture for those critical industries.

Further steps we have taken:

  • All personnel who can work at home have been set up with the equipment to do so
  • The remaining team on site are working in shift patterns to keep contact to an absolute minimum while ensuring necessary spares are ready for engineers supporting our critical customers
  • Our hire fleet has been prepared for action as our customers in critical industries ramp up production
  • Onsite in Brighouse we hold £1m of stock covering pneumatic parts (fittings, cylinders, valves, regulators, filters and tube) and compressed air pipe and fittings (Transair and Airnet). Alongside this we offer a wide range of industrial hose assemblies. The sales counter remains open for these parts but we advise either a non-contact collection or a delivery option. Please call our sales counter direct on 01422 395 390 to discuss your critical needs.

We are focused solely on keeping critical industries trading and producing. Our team are working phenomenally hard in these new conditions.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding. Give us a call if you need our help.

Yours faithfully,
Ian Harrison


Update: 17th March 2020

COVID-19 response: A message from our Managing Director

As we closely monitor and move with government advice, this week we have implemented changes that will restrict contact but mean we can still get work done for customers that need it. Technology makes this possible, here is what we can do for you:

  • Non-contact servicing and repairs. Our engineers can call ahead to attend site. With your approval they can then gain access to your plant room and leave any documentation with the equipment. They can send videos and photos of the work carried out.
  • Site visits via video call. If you need to show something to one of our sales engineers or our technical team you can via video call. Send us an email to set one up and a member of the team will be in contact.
  • We are still on the phone 24/7, 365 days a year. Our team are working remotely, but we are all connected and here to help.

Other measures we have put in place:

  • Our engineers have designated slots to attend the warehouse on their own and collect parts to keep them going for a few days at a time.
  • The trade counters remain open at present. You can call our pneumatics trade counter in Brighouse directly on 01422 395 390 to discuss what you may need and limit your face to face contact, we can have the parts packed and ready for you to collect.
  • Stock levels. We are increasing our stock levels of key parts and working with other distributors in our region to share stock and ensure customers across the UK do not go without, especially those whose business is strategically important and critical to the UK.
  • Hygiene practice is drilled to all staff and we have provided all items to maintain high levels of personal hygiene.
  • Our business is split between two sites, Brighouse and Sheffield. Staff will now only attend their base site if necessary, the teams have been segregated.
  • Staff who return from holidays abroad have been told to self-isolate for a period of time before attending the office or if possible, to work remotely for the foreseeable future.

We are ready to adapt and change as we need to over the coming weeks and months.

Thank you for your understanding in unprecedented times. Please do pick up the phone and discuss your needs with us.

Yours faithfully,
Ian Harrison