Bullard offers six belt-mounted climate control devices for use with Bullard airline respirators. Each system enables a worker to adjust and control the temperature of the air delivered to the respirator.
Cool Tube Assemblies
|Bullard Cool Tubes cool incoming air from breathing air sources by as much as 20-30° F (11-17° C). These cool tubes feature adjustable airflow control valves that allow the user to adjust the incoming air temperature to a level best suited to individual comfort. Bullard Cool Tubes include Models AC1000 (for use with compressed air), Frigitron2000 (for use with Bullard ADP20 and EDP30 Free-Air® Pumps) and ACL99 (for use with Lancer Series respirators). Accessories include leather heat shield and assorted belts.|
Hot/Cold Tube Assemblies
|Bullard Hot/Cold Tubes cool or warm incoming air from compressed breathing sources. When used in cool mode, the Hot/Cold Tube decreases the incoming air temperature by as much as 30° F (17° C). When warming incoming air, with a Bullard Hot/Cold Tube, the air temperature can be increased by up to 30° F (17° C). The Bullard Hot/Cold Tube is Model HC2400. Accessories include leather heat shield and assorted belts.|
| Cool your air temperature and your body temperature with one device. The Bullard Dual-Cool Series cools the incoming air temperature and directs cool air to a vest for upper torso cooling, as well. The Dual-Cool will cool incoming air from compressed breathing sources by as much as 30° F (17° C). Separate control knobs allow the worker to adjust the temperature of air to each zone. Dual-Cool Series systems include DC Series cooling vests and assemblies. Accessories include leather heat shield and assorted belts.|