Extreme care is taken to protect the operator from any unforeseen high-pressure discharge of gas or an oxygen fire should the station be designed for oxygen service. Sturdy steel cover plates are fixed to the front and top of the booster, plus the line pressure gauges are fitted with safety glass and the gauge housing comes complete with a rear blow-out facility. The unit has an earth tag affixed, plus the design includes a gas inlet filter (sintered brass) and a compressed air filter-regulator with auto-drain as standard. A pressure safety valve is fitted to the secondary side of the station and its outlet is directed away from the operator behind the steel cover plates. Warning signs are displayed on each unit. A rubber-lined tool tray is engineered into the frame as standard.
There are a number of models to choose from. A pneumatic counter and auto-shutdown pilot valves come standard with our more sophisticated models. Moreover, these units can be custom built to meet specific requirements and have been tested and run in some of the harshest environments in Africa. Comprehensive, easy to understand user manuals are standard issue and user training at our Sunnydale Works is readily available on request. On-site training can be catered for.