Siemens Inflatable Blasting Shelter - Case Study

Siemens is a global powerhouse, with focus areas on electrification, automation and digitization. The company is one of the world’s largest providers of energy- and resource-efficient technologies. Operating large power generation sights that include mammoth machinery means when things get dirt you need a mammoth space to blast them clean.

Blasting machinery in the open raises a few key issues, the four most common being: Air quality, noise, water quality and waste management. In the past, most blasting businesses conducted their work in the open with little to no containment, resulting in air quality around the blasting area being greatly degraded by the emissions of particle matter from the blasting. Noise from soda blasting machines and local water contamination are both issues that have been raised by many concerned residence around blasting areas.



Giant Inflatables Industrial with their extensive background in blasting shelters and enclosed inflatable spaces was The Man for the job. Creating one of largest inflatable Air Frame temporary structures to date. When creating an effective and user friendly blast shelter many aspects need to be considered. Giant Inflatables Indutrial consider all aspects of the job and encorporate them into a well rounded and thought out product. From air filtration systems to incorporated lighting solutions, our AirFrame shelters have proven to be the right tool for the job. 


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