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JAN 2018

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40 JANUARY 2018 COATINGSPROMAG.COM BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY comfortably in multiple orientations. Designed and certified to arrest a fall when loaded in multiple orientations, the connector helps provide a 5,000-lb. (2,268.0 kg) tensile strength as well as up to 3,600 lb. (1,632.9 kg) in transverse and gate strengths. When connected to a vertical or transverse application, such as a pipe, the hand-guard pin shears in the event of a fall to allow the connector to align with the direc- tion of the fall and remain securely anchored. e connector is available on many popular 3M products, including lanyards. For more information, contact: 3M Fall Protection, (800) 328-6146, www.capitalsafety.com New Hand-Held Indoor Air Quality Monitor e brand-new AQ Comfort by E Instruments is the company's latest handheld indoor air quality monitor made for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) profes- sionals. e convenient and economical instru- ment provides the latest in indoor air quality and real-time data logging for analysis in homes, schools, offices, and more. e instrument measures carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) and carbon monoxide (CO) gases, and it monitors the air temperature, relative humidity, dew point, and wet-bulb temperature. With an easy-to- use menu system, the compact unit comes with a magnetic rubber boot included, along with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and an optional CO sensor for safety. For more infor- mation, contact: E Instruments International, (215) 750-1212, www.e-inst.com Modular Risk Model for Workplace Safety Predictive Solutions, a worldwide leader in delivering actionable insights on workplace risk, has launched SmartWork as its new product line. With over 310 million records, the company's SafetyNet platform has improved safety and productivity at thousands of jobsites around the world. SmartWork builds on the strength of the SafetyNet platform by adding new functionality across six modules. ese modules include SmartWork Collect, which simplifies data collec- tion using a smart form framework; SmartWork Analyze, which visualizes data; SmartWork Process, which manages processes using custom- izable workflows; SmartWork Predict, which assesses workplace risk with predictive insight tools; SmartWork Community, which shares critical data within groups; and SmartWork Connect, which integrates into other business systems. For more information, contact: Predictive Solutions, (866) 800-7457, www.predictivesolutions.com Airwave App to Monitor Dust, Noise Safety Noise, dust, and vibration monitoring solutions company Casella released the Airwave App, a tool providing remote access to noise dosimeters and personal air sampling pumps. Available on Android and iOS devices, the app enables users to remotely start, pause, or stop a measurement run, monitor battery life and memory capacity, and check measurement progress directly from a mobile device. Data can be emailed alongside photos and notes, adding context to the data and further simplifying the reporting process. is remote access facility makes monitor- ing and the collection of data much easier. e company's leading products are supported by the app, including its Apex2 personal dust sampling pump and the dBadge2 personal noise dosimeter. For more information, contact: Casella, (800) 366-2966, www.casellasolutions.com Air Filtration for Mobile Painting e Tent & Vent from Clayton Associates, Inc. is a high-flow air filtration unit designed to allow the painting of aircraft on the hangar floor without exposing workers to overspray and volatile organic compounds. is mobile painting system can be used to paint aircraft and support equip- ment virtually anywhere — even in remote locations. e system includes the Tent & Vent, an 18-in. (457 mm) inlet extension, a 12-in. (305 mm) muffler, grounding cable, a 30-ft. (9 m) compressed air line, poly film, and a supply of primary and secondary filters. Testing has shown the unit to maintain exposure levels below action levels and limits for hexavalent chromium, silver, nickel, methyl ethyl ketone (MEK), xylene, and more. For more informa- tion, contact: Clayton Associates, Inc., (732) 363-2100, www.jclayton.com CP

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