The Saddle Vent takes up only 3 inches in a manhole opening and functions as a fresh air conduit to the workers in the confined space.
With the Saddle Vent in place, continuous ventilation is supplied to the workers by eliminating the need to remove the air duct each time a worker needs to enter or exit a confined space, increasing safety and productivity.
The Saddle Vent was developed by Air Systems and in use around the world for over 20 years to make it easier and safer for workers to enter and exit a confined space.
The Contractor's series of ventilation products is the latest addition to Air Systems' ventilation product group. Known for product quality and performance, Air Systems offers a rugged portable polyethylene fan line designed to accommodate a variety of applications as well as demanding job site conditions at an economical price.
This kit includes both the AC Axial Fan (Model No. CVF-8AC) and the polyethylene canister with either 15' or 25' of 8 inch diameter ducting.
The 90 degree elbow is designed to connect securely and easily to the Air Systems Saddle Vent, reducing the chance that your ducting becomes pinched and blocked around the opening, which can restrict your air flow.
Also useful to prevent short-circuiting at the bottom of a space and to help to direct the splash exactly where needed.
The 90 Degree Elbow is designed to connect securely and easily to the Air System's Saddle Vent, reducing the chance that your ducting becomes pinched and blocked around the opening. Manufactured with built-in grounding lugs, the Explosion Proof 90 Degree Elbow, when used in conjunction with all of Air System's intrinsically safe products ensures that no risk of explosion exists during normal confined space work or during rescue operations.