Airmaster’s fogging fans are available in three different series, the Hydro SS 700, the GT500 and HRSM model. The fogging fans provide a cool fog for industrial spot cooling and comfort. The Hydro SS 700 series is designed for quiet performance and is available in three configurations: direct feed, bench top fogger and hanging sump fogger. Designed for cooling and humidification, the fogging fans are nozzle-free and insensitive to water quality. The GT500 series is the workhorse for stationary cooling and humidification capable of cooling a 1,000-square-foot area as a stationary unit and larger areas with the optional oscillating motor accessory. The HRSM series of mobile, self-contained fogging fans are designed for indoor or outdoor environments with 100 percent humidity. Optional accessories for all models include molded floor stands, wall mounts and ceiling support.
Bacharach announced the addition of two new gas options, R514A and R452B for its MGS-250 infrared refrigerant gas detector product family. This non-dispersive infrared sensor technology offers significant user benefits when detecting either of these two gases. The major benefit is the elimination of cross-interference from other gases and the elimination of cross-interference from changes in temperature and humidity providing the user with peace of mind knowing the reading he sees is accurate and stable. Modbus RTU protocols, analog and relay outputs enable easy integration with building management systems and industrial automation system controls for refrigeration systems operating with R514A or R452B.
The IDH400QR heater supplies up to 400,000 BTU, with the ability to recirculate, which reduces fuel costs by utilizing heated interior air (vs. outside air) over the heat exchanger. Standard features include a high capacity industrial grade burner, a 42-gallon tank with environmental spill containment, 6-ply pneumatic tires, a patented heat recovery option and a fully insulated jacket for greater efficiency. The unit is available in diesel or propane/natural gas with a ball-valve switchover. The LP/NG unit comes with 3 trials for ignition to prevent nuisance service calls, and the diesel unit is available with a Genysis reader for easy troubleshooting.
General Equipment Company’s AF500 AIR-SCRUB-R portable HEPA air filter is designed for removing airborne allergens, soot particles, mold spores, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other noxious gases and odors. It features a unique two-stage design, with a 30-percent pre-filter and a 99.7-percent efficient HEPA secondary filter, requiring fewer filters. Able to capture particles down to 0.3 microns, the unit can remove allergens stirred up by air movement during any type of project. Built with a ¼-horsepower, 115 VAC variable speed electric motor and a large 16-inch diameter inlet for improved air flow and maximum filter surface area exposure, the AF500 offers adjustable air flow rates up to 500 CFM.
This fall Milwaukee Tool will launch its new USB Rechargeable Heated Gloves. Powered by the company’s rechargeable REDLITHIUM battery technology, the gloves heat on-demand, providing up to six hours of run time. Offering three heat settings, the gloves fully heat up in just 2.5 minutes, with heat extending to the fingers and back of the hands. Milwauke constructed the USB Rechargeable Heated Gloves with its GRIDIRON Ripstop Polyester, making them 3X more durable against tearing and abrasion. This lightweight polyester also makes them 25% lighter, as well as wind and water resistant. For extra dexterity and durability, the palms and fingers are 100 percent leather.