Point-Of-Attachment Cooling System

Designed to meet the requirements of a POA as per 42CFR part 84 as well as delivering cooler Grade D breathing air to two users. The POA/Cooler also allows for individual pressure adjustments which allows for different hose lengths (100 feet max) and respirator types. It’s designed to meet the NIOSH requirement for point-of-attachment.

  • Housed in a rugged and durable pelican carry case that can be wall-mounted
  • Includes two adjustable pressure regulators, two pressure gauges and a pressure relief valve
  • Maximum regulator inlet pressure is 125 psi.
  • Capable of cooling breathable air by up to 20°F depending inlet temp, ambient air temp and hose length
  • Maximum length airline hose to use is 100 feet
  • Vortex cooler is made from a non-toxic engineering plastic and includes an adjustable brass valve for temperature adjustments

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