Every commercial and domestic setting has its own collection of fire threats, with the potential for a blaze to break out in a variety of ways. Working conditions with high levels of fuel – one of the three components that make up the fire triangle – abound in the automotive industry (along with a source of ignition and a source of oxygen).
Petrol, solvents, paints, and engine oils, which are commonly used in the automotive industry, are extremely flammable and pose the most immediate and visible fire hazard. And while this concern immediately and obviously relates to internal combustion engines carrying around large volumes of liquid fuel, fire hazards are also likely with modern electric vehicles, as evidenced by the slew of leading automobile manufacturer recalls in the past year.
In the dangerous environments that the motor industry operates in, meticulous attention to detail is essential. This refers to the organization’s cleaning, repair, and working activities, as well as the actions of the employees who work on the premises.
But this is prone to human error.
Zenova FP can easily be applied to compartmentalize any potential fire hazard zone, mitigating the ever-present risk being faced by this industry. Not only does Zenova FP restrict the spread of fire on any substrate, it also buys much-needed time for firefighters to respond to dangerous situations where every second counts.
Along with addressing safety hazards before they become catastrophes, Zenova offers the automotive transportation industry insulation solutions which not only greatly reduce operational costs to cool or heat sensitive cargo, but also reduce the carbon footprint of this sector. The transportation industry is under a lot of pressure to boost its fuel quality. Although CO2 emissions in several other sectors are decreasing, transportation emissions are expected to increase in the future. The shipping industry’s global CO2 emissions are projected to rise as a result of increased transportation, as well as challenges in implementing successful fuel efficiency measures and replacing fossil fuels.
Zenova IP can be applied to the interior of all types of shipping containers in a very thin coat to greatly increase the efficiency of this space, which offers an ever-increasing ROI as this one-time solution remains effective for years to come.
The transport sector is under considerable pressure to increase fuel efficiency. While CO2 emissions are falling in many other sectors, transport emissions are expected to