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Blast-One Weekly Tips
Tip #32
Work longer in a cool helmet

When your breathing air comes from the compressor, it is warm from the compressing process. Warm air is a luxury during the winter months, but what about during the blistering heat of summer?

During the hot months, warm to hot breathing air in your blast helmet is very uncomfortable and greatly reduces your ability to work efficiently.

Your breathing air can be controlled with a Helmet Climate Control Tube.

Yes! Cool air in summer, warm air in winter.

Hot blast helmet

Cool blast helmet

The comfort of the blaster is so important to improve working conditions and maximise productivity. Blasting suits and capes make blasting a hot job - having the helmet fed with cool, fresh air is essential.

There are different models and styles of climate control tubes. Some only cool while others can heat and cool. Here are two common varieties:

Cold Air Tube Assembly
Cool blast helmet tube

The Cold Air Tube helps maximize worker comfort and increase productivity in hot climates - fitted with an airflow regulator that allows the user to adjust the outgoing air temperature to suit their requirements.

It has the capacity to cool compressed breathing air coming into respirators by as much as 32˚F (18˚C).

Hot Air Tube Assembly
hot blast helmet tube

The Hot Air Tube helps to maximize worker comfort and increase productivity in cold climates - fitted with an airflow regulator that allows the user to adjust the outgoing air temperature to suit their requirements.

It has the capacity to warm compressed breathing air coming into respirators by as much as 30˚F (17˚C).

Call us today on 1800 882 229 for more information and get comfortable now!


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