Turbo-blowers are one of the most common tools in industrial settings. They are used to remove air or other gases from a confined space, such as a room, pipeline, or tunnel. Because turbo-blowers are so common, they are also one of the most commonly used machines that injure workers.

When using a turbo-blower, it is important to be aware of the risks involved. The use of a turbo-blower can cause serious injuries, including head injuries, fractures, and even death.  Most injuries occur when the worker’s clothing gets caught in the blades or when they are struck by the machine. Injuries can also occur when workers reach into the machine to try to stop it from blowing.

To avoid injury, it is important to follow these tips:

Never wear clothes that could get caught in the blades. Wear a suit or safety clothing that covers your entire body.

Stay clear of the machine while it is operating. If you have to cross the path of the machine, do so slowly and carefully.

Use the correct pressure setting for the job at hand.

Be aware of your surroundings, especially if you are working outdoors in windy or wet conditions.

If you experience any problems with a turbo-blower, stop using it and call for help.

If you have been injured by a Turbo-Blower, contact an attorney as soon as possible. Turbo-Blowers are powerful machines that can cause serious injury if not used properly. An attorney can help you pursue justice and get the compensation you deserve.