Exair's Super Blast Safety Air Guns are now available with 91 and 183 cm extension pipes.
Enerpac and Cooper Fluid Systems have teamed up to introduce to Queensland’s Bowen Basin a service vehicle fully equipped to bring mobile audit and maintenance services to mining, energy and infrastructure construction worksites.
Chester Wholesale Meat improved the safety and efficiency of its cold storage and holding area using Munters IceDry technology.
The Spray Nozzle Engineering Silvent 755-S safety air gun is claimed to reduce noise by 73% and compressed air usage by 49%.
The Exair 205 L Premium Heavy Duty Dry Vac System is an industrial-duty vacuum cleaner that has been engineered to rapidly vacuum high volumes of dry material.
The Megger MTO330 automated six-winding transformer ohmmeter, available for rent, provides full eight-terminal measurement capability to verify factory test readings.
The role of handheld devices and PDAs (personal digital assistants) has gradually increased from ‘toys’ used by early adopters to day-to-day tools deployed by organisations that want to improve their staff’s productivity and minimise unnecessary administrative tasks.
WorkCover NSW’s Crane Safety Roundtable was specially convened on 4 December in the wake of the crane fire and collapse at the University of Technology, Sydney Broadway, on Tuesday 27 November 2012. The purpose of the roundtable was to prevent such incidents from happening again.
Exair’s siphon-fed spray nozzles atomise fluids in a range of spray patterns for a wide variety of uses.
Having metal and X-ray detectable products online to avoid contamination is only effective when the actual detection machines are also working to the specified detection levels. Regular testing of these machines is the only way to ensure they are compliant with quality assurance standards; the best way to do this is using metal and X-ray detector test pieces. CK Safety supplies a complete range of test pieces, manufactured by Detectamet.
A Safety Alert has been released by NSW Trade & Investment after a major plant fire broke out at an above ground mine. Rob Regan, Director of the Department’s Mine Safety Operations Branch, has asked that the alert and knowledge of its contents is distributed to all relevant parties in mining companies. It should also be placed on the mine’s noticeboard.
The Silvent 755-S safety air gun is designed to reduce noise and compressed air usage. It is suitable for applications that require a greater concentration of force in the centre of the object to be cleaned and is commonly used in glass works, paper mills, foundries and steel mills.
The Exair PVDF Super Air Knife provides a laminar curtain of air that can be used to blowoff, clean and dry in highly corrosive environments not suitable for stainless steel.
The FLIR T335 high-performance camera is suitable for professional consultants and thermographers working in industrial, plant and utility markets.
The Exair single air nozzle Super Blast Safety Air Gun delivers 10,432 grams of blowing force, equivalent to the force of 30 ordinary air guns, making it suitable for long distance, wide area blow-off, drying and cooling applications such as floor and machinery cleaning, chip removal, liquid blow-off, parts cleaning and cooling hot parts.