Industrial air curtains are devices used to control air flow and humidity in industrial settings. They are also known as blowers, fans, or air movers. They are used in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, food processing, chemical plants, and pharmaceuticals. Air curtains use powerful air flow to reduce the amount of humidity or dust in an area. This is done by blowing air over a surface and forcing the moisture and dust particles up into the atmosphere. By controlling the amount of moisture and dust in an area, industrial air curtains can help improve worker safety and quality of work. They can also reduce energy costs by reducing the need for ventilation systems or air conditioning units.
There are a several types of industrial blower injuries. Some of the most common are:
-Blower Explosion: When the air pressure inside the blower gets too high, it can explode. This can cause serious injury to people nearby.
-Blower Injuries from Contact: Blowers can also injure people when they contact the blades or fan. This can lead to cuts and laserations.
-Blower Injuries from Hearing: Blowers can damage hearing if they are loud enough or if they are used in a confined environment.
-Blower Aspiration injuries, which can occur when someone inhales toxic air from an industrial blower
-Blower thermal injuries, which can occur when a person’s skin touches a heated part of the industrial blower.
If you are injured by an air conditioning unit, contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case.