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  1. Why Anti-Static Hoses Are Important

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    Why Anti-Static Hoses Are Important

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    Dust-ignition explosions are cause for concern in numerous industries nationwide. Unless businesses adhere to NFPA standard engineering regulations for static and dust management, they increase the risk of extensive property damage, not to mention worker injury or loss of life.

    Our anti-static dust collection hoses and static control hoses play a critical role in maintaining operational safety and preventing fires and explosions. We assist our clients in selecting flexible hoses with the best electrical resistance ratings and appropriate static control hoses to fit the unique risks associated with their facilities and operations.

    Anti-Static Ducting hose from flexaust

    Flexaust’s static dissipating hoses are key in facilities where dust and fumes could ignite. Dust-ignition explosions are cause for concern in numerous industries nationwide.

    Flexaust’s anti-static dust collection hoses and static control hoses play a critical role in maintaining operational safety and preventing fires and explosions. McGill Hose & Coupling assists our customers in selecting flexible hoses with the best electrical resistance ratings and appropriate static control hoses to fit the unique risks associated with their facilities and operations.

    Use the safety/hose selection chart below to help you chose the right ducting for your application.

    Download the Flexaust Safety Guide

    Contact us for more information about the static control hose solutions available from McGill Hose & Coupling and Flexaust.
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