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Using Compressed Air Safely

AnyboWorking safety with comp air carddy who works with Compressed Air should know how dangerous it is however if you have new staff or need a refresher BCAS offer a Working Safely with Compressed Air Course. Here is also a handy document scan0078 from BCAS listing the do’s and don’ts.

 

“Air at 1 bar can ‘pop’ an eyeball from it’s socket”

 

For those who wish to use the compressed air to clean we offer a JetBlack BlowerJetBlack-Nozzle-OSHA-Nozzle-Assembly which can be attached to compressed air pipeworkJetBlack-Wall-Mounted which regulates the pressure down to a safe level. This means that you can have worry-free compressed air for any de-dusting tasks.

For more information please contact us on 0114 2432347 or complete our online form.

“0.25 Bar of air can rupture a bowel, lungs or intestine”

Insist on BCASBe Compliant And Safe!

 

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