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    This is a Hessaire Evaporative Cooling System.

  • It cost about 2 cents an hour to run,
  • Garden Hose Adapteror
    Manual Fill
  • Hold up to 4 gallons of water
  • Easy to read water Level Display
  • 25 Degree Cooler
  • Fan On/Off Switch
    Call 559.439.2767


N95 Mask

Why buy N95 mask?

An N95 mask, properly worn, provides significant—though not total—protection against the harmful health effects of working near wildfire smoke. Cheap paper masks and wet handkerchiefs provide relief against dry air and large particles but are useless against the very small and extremely harmful particles of wildfire smoke. Please use an N95 mask if you have one. Also, such a mask must form a very tight seal around the nose and mouth to be effective, so make sure to carefully read any provided instructions before beginning work.

However, these N95 masks do not completely block all of the toxic particulate matter, and they are also not suitable for work in confined spaces. Many workers may still suffer significant respiratory and cardiovascular problems as a result of exposure while wearing them. Vulnerable populations—pregnant women, the elderly, those with existing respiratory illnesses, etc.—should avoid exposure to this harmful air whenever possible. Everyone else, minimize your exposure, and always wear a mask that will block at least most of the dangerous particles in the air.

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