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"The single simplest way to start treating a horse with airway inflammation (including young horses, horses with IAD, COPD) is to change the environment and minimise exposure to dust from hay, feed and bedding.”
Dr David Marlin.
Equus Environmental.

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Equus Environmental Cooling and Air Quality: Latest news

Read the latest about air quality and cooling for equestrian environments:
With the current trends for world temperatures to go up, controlling stables and other environments is becoming much more than a ‘nice to have’. It is critical. An enclosed space will almost always reach a much higher temperature than outdoors. Whether you are a horse or a human being, a few degrees can make all the difference between a comfortable environment and one that makes you uncomfortable and culd even make you ill.
  • In the last three years the UK shade temperature has exceeded 25°C on an average of 80 or more days per year
  • At over 25°C horses have to work much harder to keep their body temperature down
Add a dusty environment to the equation and you enter dangerous territory. Respiratory diseases thrive when people and horses are hot, dry and uncomfortable. As well as being a miserable experience for horse and owner, respiratory disease can be expensive, inconvenient and – in extreme cases – catastrophic for the those concerned .

Quite rightly, legislation for the health and safety of people and animals is given high priority these days. Our evaporative cooling and air filtration systems makes sure you tick all the boxes.

We are active in the industry and we are fully committed to ongoing research.
Here’s a selection of news items and press releases:

City of London Police - Air quality assessment
(Horsehero.com)

Improved air quality for Equines backstage at Olympia
(read item)

Respiratory problems article on HorseIT
(HorseIT.com)

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"The single simplest way to start treating a horse with airway inflammation (including young horses, horses with IAD, COPD) is to change the environment and minimise exposure to dust from hay, feed and bedding.”
Dr David Marlin.
Equus Environmental.

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