PremAire® Cadet Supplied Air Respirator
Get air on demand with this high-performance, Type C, supplied-air respirator. Mask-mounted regulator responds quickly to changing breathing requirements. Maintains a slight positive pressure to prevent contaminants from invading the face piece. Ideal for chemical and petrochemical processing, municipal utilities, and asbestos and lead paint abatement, as well as non-IDLH environments such as pharmaceutical applications and hazardous materials clean up. Available as a basic supplied air device or as a combination air-line/air-purifying respirator.
PremAire® Supplied Air Respirator System
This full-face, pressure-demand, Type-C supplied-air respirator features a patented waist-mounted manifold for incredible flexibility. Can be converted from a supplied-air device to an air-purifying system. Dual-supply option lets users connect from one pressurized continuous air source to another—without losing continuity of airflow. The vortex tube option delivers whole-body temperature control for added comfort.
PremAire® Cadet Escape Respirator
This combination supplied-air respirator with SCBA is designed especially for escape. Versatile, comfortable and affordable, it features a single-assembly first-stage regulator and cylinder valve. Small in size and profile, this one is ideal for working in tight places.
The Beam Trolley is a moveable anchorage connector designed to support either personnel or material. Trolley consists of a carriage with four wheels containing anti-friction bearings that are connected to aluminum housings and to a steel cross bar. Cross bar provides an anchorage point for attaching fall protection equipment. Trolley can be positioned anywhere along an overhead beam to provide mobility in a horizontal direction, and fits the support beam as specified by the user.
Rail-Slider Anchorage Connector
This device is easily and quickly installed anywhere along an approved anchorage (rail). The Rail Slider™ Anchorage Connector will move along the rail, pulled by the worker's lanyard/harness. No unhooking and re-hooking of the lanyard is required when changing work locations. The rail slider consists of a pair of rail profile plates, which interlock via a set of receiving bolts. A lanyard is attached to an approved carabiner securing the profile plates to the crown of the rail.