Industrial Manufacturing

The Heat Is On—Don’t Get Burned by OSHA Fines 

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Addendum: Since the original post, OSHA fines have increased again. New penalties for willful and repeat violations are $129,336 per violation; serious, other-that-serious, and posting requirements are $12,934 per violation, and failure to correct violations is $12,934 for each day the condition continues. Did you know that OSHA fine limits increased dramatically over the two years?[1] It has been over …

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Our Partners Are the Real Heroes

Call us biased, but at Breezer Mobile Cooling we believe we engineer the best cooling solutions on the market. Our mobile Power Breezer evaporative cooling units combine jet engine science, water atomizing technology, and fluid dynamics to deliver an enjoyable cooling experience anywhere in the world. Even though we stake our reputation on our innovative mobile air cooler products, we …

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Rising Temperatures Are Killing Your Productivity

One of my first jobs was in a small and enclosed industrial warehouse without any air conditioning whatsoever because it was cost effective. In the summer, the temperature inside would be higher than the already sweltering heat outside. Things probably would have stayed this way had the management not realized an important side effect. It turns out the majority of …

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MRO Americas 2017 Brings Breezer Mobile Cooling to Orlando As a Proud Enterprise Florida Pavilion Exhibitor

Breezer Mobile Cooling is pleased to announce its participation in MRO Americas 2017, the premier conference for professionals in the aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul industry. Beginning April 25th, participants from around the world will gather to hear experts discuss the latest trends in aviation and to tour what conference organizers call “an unmatched exhibit hall” of industry solutions and …

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Heat Stress is a Hazard

The experienced safety manager is aware that heat stress poses a hazard to worker safety indoors as well as outdoors. Heat stress can occur in well-ventilated facilities as a result of local heat sources such as steam, hot machinery, and engines. Heat stress is particularly a problem in the construction, commerce and oil and gas industries. Studies have shown that …

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Power Breezer® Protects Livestock & Workers from Heat Stress

Heat stress can lead to life-threatening conditions for livestock and agricultural workers, putting productivity at risk and impacting the bottom line.    It can reduce meat and milk production, lower reproduction rates and lower natural immunity in livestock. Soaring temperatures affect workers by sapping their energy, causing their productivity to drop, and making them more prone to costly mistakes. According …

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American Manufacturing and Veterans Deliver a Cooler World

Many American businesses have shifted jobs overseas in an effort to reduce production and labor costs and increase profits. This trend is very apparent in the manufacturing sector as inexpensive labor is abundant and regulations are often less stringent in developing countries. This business strategy can often come with a price, however: poor quality, product inconsistency, and failure to support …

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Cost efficient for your Warehouse or Manufacturing company

Cost cutting at home is one thing, but how does a company save some overhead when it’s a warehouse or manufacturing setting? Here are some quick suggestions: 1. Lighting – HID’s may be brighter, but fluorescent are more energy efficient. Adding a motion sensor to areas that are less utilized will add to those savings also. Natural skylights are also …

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Jet Propulsion Technology as a Cooling Process

The deleterious effects of heat are well known to anyone working with machinery and equipment. Friction-generated heat causes mechanical wear and tear on even the strongest metals, and chemical breakdown occurs in hydraulic systems when too much heat is present. However, most of this heat generation cannot be avoided because it’s a natural by-product of the process being undertaken. Fortunately, …

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Unmitigated Heat as a Leading Cause of Workplace Injury

We take many precautions to prepare for natural disasters like floods and tornadoes, but with something as simple as a hot day, safety can sometimes go by the wayside. It’s easy to overlook the dangers of heat. In North America, there are hundreds of heat related deaths each year, too many of which occur in the workplace where heat related …

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The Power Breezer: Increase Productivity While Maintaining the Structural Integrity of Your Machines

Companies from various industries, including manufacturing, airline and cement, have recently begun to adopt a new cooling system in their production process to cool vats, engines, and casting foundry. The Power Breezer cuts production times in half and leads to a quicker and more efficient manufacturing process, while improving the core product. Although the Power Breezer is commonly known for …

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Power Breezer® Brings Innovative Solution to a Centuries’ Old Process

Mobile Cooling Unit Reduces Downtime, Improves Efficiency Metal casting originated thousands of years ago and thanks to technological advancements, it continues to play a vital role in our everyday lives. Industries such as farming, mining, and oil and gas extraction rely on the strength and durability of cast metal products to keep operations running smoothly. Like every manufacturer, foundries are …

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Breezer Mobile Cooling Joins US Business Delegation at Hannover Messe

Breezer Mobile Cooling today announced it is part of the largest-ever US delegation to Hannover Messe, the world’s foremost trade fair for industrial technology, taking place April 25-29, 2016 in Hannover, Germany. For the first time in the fair’s history, the United States will be the partner country, a status that provides the company an opportunity to prominently feature the …

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The Rise and Return of American Manufacturing

The United States is in the midst of a manufacturing renaissance. Whereas even just a few years ago manufacturing seemed to be on the decline, local ventures and a resurgence of dedication to American enterprise has resulted in huge developments in the industry. While this is an amazing trend for the entrepreneurs and manufacturers themselves, it is also a benefit …

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Stay Cool, Stay Safe, and Stay OSHA Compliant

Did you know that on-the-job heat-related illnesses, and occasional deaths, have occurred at temperatures as low as eighty-four degrees? Even these moderate conditions can cause workplace hazards—indoors as well as out. In fact, heat sources such as steam, engines, and pumping machinery—the necessities of some businesses—can be dangerous to your environment as well. Remember: safety first! The U.S. Department of …

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