Rugged Blanket Storage Canisters help protect blankets from mechanical stress and the elements when not in use. The canisters are ideal for storage on trucks and at various job sites in the field and can also be used for carrying many other kinds of tools, hoses, and signs. All canisters are molded from bright orange hi-impact resistant polyethylene. Standard canister holds up to four rubber blankets. A tight fitting cap is secured to the canister with polyethylene rope.
Salisbury new P4H rubber blanket canister revolutionizes the way you'll store your blankets. The new canister has a sturdier construction than the original P4, with integrated feet to keep the canister from rolling while being transported by truck or stored at the workplace. The new ergonomic handle runs the entire length of the canister, making lifting and carrying up to four 36" x 36" blankets much easier. Slots are provided within the canister to allow it to be secured in buckets or on trucks.
STORAGE TIPS: When more than one blanket is stored, the most convenient method of loading is to roll and insert each blanket into the canister independently. A single blanket can then be removed without removing the others. For maximum life, never fold, crease or compress insulating blankets while in storage.
|Set Product as New to Date||No|
|Usually Ships||7 to 10 days|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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Determine the Correct Protection Level, To evaluate Fire Retardant clothing materials in order to measure the heat transferred through the fabric, two values are calculated: Arc Thermal Performance Value (ATPV)...the minimum energy causing the predicted onset of second-degree burns and Heat Attenuation Factor (HAF)...the percentage of total energy of the arc that the fabric prevents from passing through, OSHA requires that each employer must assess the potential hazards in the work environment and determine the appropriate clothing materials using ASTM PS57-97. Always do a hazard assessment. You will need to know electrical system voltage, fault current available, number of phases, Arc time duration, estimated Arc gap, minimum distance from the Arc, and Arc configuration.
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