The Tennessee Chill Box was designed and placed into operation 14 years ago, to eliminate exhaustion, cramps, fatigue, nausea, dizziness and weakness.
High attic temperatures contribute to safety concerns, loss of production and profits.
All year round, the Chill Box provides fresh, conditioned air to improve the performance and attitude of sprayers.
An Innovative Idea to Supply Air Conditioned / Fresh Air to Applicators in the Industry!
NIOSH requires a minimum of 4 CFM for mask application and 6 CFM for Hood Respirators, with a maximum 15 CFM to the end user. The Tennessee Chill Box produces almost 100 CFM at our exterior manifold, or point of connection, for single or multiple line usage/extra hose length usage. The CFM required by NIOSH/OSHA is controlled by the system’s speed switch.
The breathing air provided to you by your fresh air respirator might be good safe air, but is there enough of it being delivered to you to keep you safe while working in a construction environment? Chances are… there might not be, causing you to experience the lack of breathable fresh air, cool air, & low CFM’s while performing your task in the Industry.
The CB8000 is the answer!