The demolition of the warehouse made inaccessible by the fire on 10 July was transformed into a test case for the most modern technologies in the dust suppression of PM 2.5 and PM 10 in the industrial environment. Technologies from which the 'Safebreath.net' business network was recently established with Piedmont-based Sibilia and Treviso-based MVT - Mion Ventoltermica.
The work of the special vehicle for the demolition of the damaged building is currently being combined by the action of Idrobase machinery (misting cannons, misting modules and lines, pressure washers) for the suppression of dust on the ground and the cleaning of surfaces.
"In this way, anyone can verify the efficacy of our systems. Transforming crisis into opportunity: this is the challenge that has permeated Idrobase Group's actions since last 9th July, when a fire destroyed a warehouse located in Borgoricco, burning 1,300,000 euro worth of products on delivery and damaging other company facilities.
Immediately, we reorganized the production chain, readapting company logistics and motivating the team, not by aiming to restructure the existing, but by making the accident an opportunity to plan a new future,' points out Co-President, Bruno Ferrarese.
"Making a virtue out of necessity': this is how the other Co-President, Bruno Gazzignato, presents the decision to equip the company with four vertical warehouses with more than 200 'drawers', the management of which is robotized: three systems will serve logistics and one will serve production.
"It is an authentic organizational revolution, which will allow us not to occupy an area of 1924 square meters, also allocating it to new production lines," Bruno Gazzignato announces.
"Ours," concludes Bruno Ferrarese, "is the resilience of optimism, which we will try to convey also through the new catalogue, but which above all is allowing us to close 2022 with a turnover of 15 million euro, in line with what we achieved last year, despite the difficult economic situation, the international crisis and the obvious difficulties due to the fire."