Employees are the most important asset of any company. Illness-related absence is highly unpleasant – for the affected member of staff and the company as well. That is why there are clear guidelines for occupational health and safety for removal of hazardous substances. Consequently, your employees should be protected from harmful influences of hazardous substances.
Certain air-borne pollutants contain toxic substances that may create long-term and chronic or serious illnesses. In addition, employee absences create economic damages with far-reaching negative consequences with regard to productivity, order processing and finally image and market presence.
Its practical experience makes ULT a sought-after counsellor, when it is about the development of standards for production process air pollution control or process air drying that match your technical progress. We would like to offer you the perfect solution for workplace fume extraction or air drying within the framework of legal regulations.
That is why ULT gets involved in leading standardisation committees such as "Fachverband Allgemeine Lufttechnik" (Association for General Ventilation Technology) of the "Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau/VDMA" (Association of German Machinery and Equipment Constructors).
ULT has been contributing to quite a number of the association's guidelines.
Our goal is to being able to provide fume extraction technology or process air drying solutions, supporting new processes and materials as soon as they are utilized. That is why the company ULT or its managing directors are engaged in several research associations. Auch deswegen sind wir in Forschungsverbänden aktiv. We are strongly involved in several committees and networks as we place great value in economic and ecological issues.
The ULT directors Dr Stefan Jakschik and Alexander Jakschik are strongly involved in various commissions:
Dr Stefan Jakschik is a board member of the VDMA battery production in the EMINT trade association . His commitment is primarily aimed at:
Early integration of ventilation issues
Definition of cost-effective system solutions
Improving and optimizing cleanliness and process climate for production lines for electromobile solutions
Alexander Jakschik is chairman of the VDMA Ost trade association. He represents the interests of East German mechanical engineering companies in the VDMA (especially the Upper Lusatia mechanical engineering companies) in order to bring a consolidated voice of business into politics. In addition, Alexander Jakschik is a member of the VDMA board "Additive Manufacturing" incl. the following focal points:
Interests of the machine supplier companies represented on the board of the AG AM of the VDMA
Emphasis of the importance of ventilation occupational safety in connection with additive manufacturing in the working group
Actively shaping the development of additive manufacturing