The autumn season has arrived, which means after the fall foliage season is complete, the fallen leaves must be cleaned up. This is a big responsibility for local municipalities and towns, commercial property owners, and residential home owners who must make sure their properties are clean in advance of the winter season. To make the cleaning process quick and easy, having the correct tools is important, and at Flexaust we offer a variety of leaf collection hoses that can be used at all levels to make sure all properties are cleaned properly.
The construction industry can be dangerous for workers if the correct precautions are not taken. Potential hazards construction workers may face include exposure to harmful chemicals, harmful air quality and dust buildup among many others. In an effort to limit and reduce these threats to worker’s safety, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has put together rules and regulations to assure safe and healthful working conditions for employees in the construction field. Below are some specific construction applications where flexible hose and ducting can assist in the safety process.
Workplace safety should always be on our minds. Many of us spend one-third or more of our day at work, with it coming in only behind your home as where you spend the most time. Every work place should strive to provide the safest working conditions possible, but not everyone keeps it in the front of their minds. This is where National Safety Month comes in.
The air quality in a building or structure is usually an afterthought for most people. In reality, though, indoor air quality (IAQ) is extremely important for the health and comfort of the inhabitants of a building. Proper IAQ is maintained through ventilation systems and air ducting, and Flexaust manufactures the flexible hoses that can help make sure these systems are running efficiently.
What is a potentially dangerous, yet common appearance in your factory, coal mine, manufacturing facility or warehouse? The answer is the buildup of dust. Dust in the industrial environment has the added threat of becoming combustible dust, which in the right conditions could cause an explosion and fire. The threat of explosion grows as dust builds up on flat surfaces such as rafters, ducts, and inside crevices. All it would take is a small spark to trigger an explosion that could cause a lot of damage.