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Transform the Way You Work With NFPA LiNK®

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    • Infrared (IR) electrical scans

      Infrared (IR) electrical scans

      Uncover electrical system component issues, prevent worker downtime and reduce employee injuries. Infrared (IR) electrical scans from e-Hazard quickly find and help solve problem areas in your electrical systems. IR electrical scans are needed because electrical system components put out excess heat caused by increased resistance when something is not working properly. IR electrical testing helps determine wiring errors, overloaded systems, loose connections, damaged switchgears, or components that are likely to fail. 3

    • 8” CVF Axial Fan

      8” CVF Axial Fan

      AIRFLOW AND CIRCULATION The rugged polyethylene 8” CVF Axial Fan from Air Systems is designed to accommodate a variety of non-hazardous locations such as manhole entry, tank cleaning, & underground vaults. CSA C/US certified for use in all weather conditions. Saddle Vent® and Canister Fan Kits are also available with 15- or 25-foot ducting. Stop by and see our full line of confined space ventilation blowers and fans at the Safety+ show in San Antonio (Booth 611). www.airsystems.com/ 3

    • Certified Class 2 Div 2 Vacuums

      Certified Class 2 Div 2 Vacuums

      Nilfisk delivers a full line of industrial vacuums designed to meet NFPA 652 housekeeping requirements for collecting combustible dust in Class I, Group D and Class II, Groups E, F & G or non-classified environments. Our pneumatic vacuums also meet the requirements for safe use in hazardous environments. Nilfisk advanced filtration technology safely captures combustible materials dispersed in your plant - everything from fuels, solvents and metal dust to flour, sugar and pharmaceutical powders. 3

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