Compressed Air Hose Leaks and Air Hose Saftey
Air Hose Reels can save you time and money and increase satefy.
Plus - tips to prevent losing up to 30% of your compressed air because of AIR LEAKS.
Ask a Question:
What does OSHA say about hose safety?
Answer: An OSHA guideline publication states:
“Hoses, cables, and other equipment shall be kept clear of passageways, ladders and stairs.”
OSHA says reduce your slips, trips and falls.
Slips, trips and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents, which cause 15% of all accidental deaths, and are second only to motor vehicles as a cause of fatalities. The OSHA standard for walking and working surfaces apply to all permanent places of employment, except where only domestic, mining, or agricultural work is performed. www.osha.gov
Consider adding reels to increase safety & efficiency with your
electrical cords, welding cables, air hose, oil, grease, liquid/water or fuel hoses.
Ask a Question:
Why should my plant use Air Hose Reels with our air tools?
Answer: If your business or plant has multiple air hoses running from your air compressor to a variety of air tools, then industrial air hose reels can be one of your most effective equipment additions you’ll ever make…as well as one of the safest!
Here’s 5 Reasons to use Air Hose Reels:
Hose reels make all your hose handling more efficient. An organized, clean workplace is proven to be more efficient.
Hose reels decrease you chances of injuries from tripping hazards. Reduce accidents and insurance expense: Slips, trips and falls are the leading cause of work stoppage in industry.
3. Protects Equipment
Hoses (and cords) last five times longer when stored on a reel. This can save you from replacing hoses as often.
4. Stops Leakages
Hoses on reels can reduce the threat of expensive air leakages.
5. Increases Productivity
Locating your air hoses when and where you need them increases productivity. All these factors help improve your work environment, which saves you time, equipment and money.