The Cold Air Tube is NIOSH approved to supply a continuous flow of cool compressed air to the Supplied Air Respirator. All genuine parts must be present and correctly assembled to constitute a NIOSH approved respirator.
The respirator must be supplied at all times with clean breathable air Grade D or better. Always use an inlet filter on your compressor-place compressor in a clean environment. The air quality must be constantly monitored to ensure Grade D air is supplied at all times. A carbon monoxide alarm must always be used.
WARNING! Do not connect the air supply hose to nitrogen, toxic gases, inert gases or any other non Grade D air source!
The air pressure supplied to the respirator must be continuosly monitored to ensure it keeps within the specified range as detailed on the breathing air pressure tables.
*DO NOT use until you have been trained in use, maintenance and limitations by a qualified individual (appointed by your employer) who has extensive knowledge of the Cold Tube!
*DO NOT ingest the ice that may form around the cold air outlet as it could contain oils or toxic element that could cause illness or death!
*USE ONLY NIOSH approved NOVA 2000 air supply hose!
*DO NOT modify or alter parts of the respirator. The use of non approved parts voids the entire approval of the Respirator!