When summer days get too hot air exiting a typical breathing air compressor can exceed 300° F. Even with properly installed after-coolers and in-line filters, the air entering a respirator could exceed ambient air temperatures. If workers breathe excessively warm air for prolonged periods of time, they may experience discomfort, fatigue, and possibly dehydration. During winter months, excessively cold air can have similar effects. With this Climate Control Assembly workers can adjust and control temperature of air delivered to respirator.
Cold Tubes-Adjustable Flow (Schrader and Snap-Tite also available)
Hot/Cold Tubes-Adjustable Flow (Schrader and Snap-Tite also available)