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The Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP) has released a new report entitled Compressed air systems, emerging efficiency improvements and alternative technologies: review, background research and examples. It documents A2EP’s investigation into more efficient ...
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Dynamic Engineering Australia (DEA), in conjunction with JetBlack Safety, exhibited at the annual Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) conference held at Crown in Perth last week. Our exhibit featured the new-look JetBlack Safety range including the new han...
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Don’t take the dust home with you Dynamic Engineering Australia in conjunction with JetBlack Safety, had the opportunity to participate in Breathe Freely Australia’s Perth roadshow this week, focusing on the dangers of silica in WA’s engineered stone and construction i...
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The dangers of compressed air So I’m watching TV the other night and an episode of 9-1-1 is on. It is a show about an LA-based first responders’ team made up of paramedics, fire fighters, police, and the 911 call centre staff. Each episode is usually a series of incident...
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Compressed air always has the potential to be extremely dangerous, so try and avoid its use when cleaning down and de‐dusting overalls and clothing....
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