In the course of living, we are all exposed to several health hazards. There is some danger in almost everything you do, from driving a car or taking a plane to participating in a sport or being outdoors in a polluted environment.
It's impossible to completely eliminate all danger. For the sake of maintaining our freedom to live as we see fit, we accept certain limitations. There are some dangers that, if given the chance, we might choose to forego. For instance, with the right technology we can mitigate the hazards associated with indoor air pollution and workplace exposure to dangerous substances.
In this article we will take a look at air quality and the benefits of breathing air systems.
The Relevance of Quality Indoor Air in the Workplace Workers' health, comfort, and productivity in any laboratory or industrial setting are directly impacted by indoor air quality. Better ventilation can save on heating and cooling costs and increase productivity by enhancing indoor air quality.
An efficient breathing system eliminates pollutants, brings in clean air, releases carbon dioxide, and regulates the environment's temperature and humidity.
When working with fine abrasives, spraying finishes on consumer items, or pressure cleaning tanks in potentially dangerous areas, it is imperative that workers have access to high-quality, breathing compressed air.
The Value of Industrial Breathing Air Systems Full-face and hooded air masks deliver oxygenated air from a separate source to the lungs. In most cases, the source in question is an air compressor.
While an air compressor can help, it is not always sufficient to produce safe breathing air. In fact, the air that is produced by an air compressor has the potential to be contaminated with a wide variety of impurities, such as grit, grime, moisture, grease, and carbon monoxide.
That's why you need a system designed to provide Grade D breathing air in a commercial setting. Exposure to respiratory dangers in the workplace can be greatly reduced with the use of these breathing air systems.
Shot-blasting, tank cleaning, digging, spray painting, and many more applications rely on pure breathing air that isn't contaminated by the compressed air used to power the devices. Toxic gases, oil vapors, carcinogens, gases, solid particles, and pathogens are all examples of pollutants that can be found in feed air.
Which Type of Breathing Air System Should I Buy for My Company? To ensure the health and safety of your workforce at all times, ensure that they have access to dry, clean air. If you're looking for a company to recommend, deliver, and support your breathing air system needs, go no further than Aircel, a top manufacturer in the industry.
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By filtering out impurities like dust, dirt, water, oil, hydrocarbon vapor, and dangerously high concentrations of carbon monoxide, the BHD Series transforms compressed air into clean, breathable air. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a major combustion pollutant in the US, which you may already know, but I'll mention it anyway for the benefit of those who don't.
CO poisoning is the most common type of poison-related fatality.
Breathing air systems from Aircel's BHD Series (50-600 scfm) ensure a risk-free workplace in a variety of settings. BHD Series are approved breathing air systems that are built to meet regulations to guarantee the safety of employees in any environment, regardless of how contaminated the intake air may be.
The BHD Series' seven filtering stages have been meticulously crafted to ensure that the discharged air meets the most demanding international requirements.
Send a message to the AVP support staff at airvacuumprocess.com to learn more about their breathing air systems.