AirBench celebrates 25 years in business

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AirBench is celebrating 25 years in business this month.

Since beginning operations as WorkPoint Environments, the company has supplied in excess of 10,000 dust and fume extraction units to customers across the UK, Europe, and worldwide.

The AirBench name change came into effect in February 2011, and since then the AirBench brand has become synonymous with downdraught dust and fume extraction products.

A family business, AirBench has grown from its beginnings as a small contracting firm supplying dust extraction equipment from across a range of suppliers to focus on its own small range of products designed to solve specific problems for industry.

The initial AirBench range of downdraught benches has expanded to include a much wider range including the UK’s most advanced downdraught bench, the AirBench RP. The company also manufactures a range of cross-draught systems (VertEx) and dust control booths; coolant mist filters (OMF) and air cleaning systems (MF).

With some of its staff being with the company since the very early days, AirBench says it can offer a continuity of customer service that is unrivalled in the industry and its network of distributors outside the UK ensures AirBench products are widely available.

AirBench continues to offer on-site demonstrations of its products across the UK, including assessments of its customers’ dust or fume extraction issues.




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