The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry serves many residential and commercial clients nationwide. Regardless of where you are located and the climate of your area, you will require thermal manipulation in order to achieve optimal comfort and an acceptable air quality. The many professionals and technicians that work within the HVAC industry are responsible for installing, inspecting, repairing and maintaining these heating and cooling systems as and when needed.
About the HVAC Industry
The HVAC industry plays a big part in encouraging energy efficiency while providing comfort in homes, retail stores, offices and more nationwide. A billion dollar industry, more than 14 million HVAC units were sold in the country during 2018. This goes to show the rising demand for services within the HVAC industry as customers’ focus increasingly shifts towards health, comfort and energy efficiency.
When carrying out work on HVAC systems, it is essential for technicians to have a pair of safety goggles on to protect their eyes from any particles, sparks, refrigerant gases and various other harmful substances. In fact, it is recommended to have full personal protective equipment (PPE) on when carrying out HVAC work.
What Causes HVAC Goggles to Fog Up?
Unfortunately, one common problem with HVAC googles is that they tend to fog up. This is the result of a difference in temperature between the inside and outside of the goggles. With a full face mask on, the air within the googles has nowhere to go and gets trapped, remaining constant while the outside temperature is constantly changing beyond your control. This results in fog developing and can potentially interfere in the duties of HVAC technicians as they are unable to see clearly. A difference in temperature is almost always inevitable as HVAC systems tend to be located in boiler rooms or basements where air circulation is not optimal.
Why Should HVAC Technicians Use ExFog Anti Fog Systems?
The ExFog Anti Fog system is perfect for HVAC technicians who need to be able to work without hampered vision. The system is fan-driven and can be set to different speeds. Driving out air through the tubing, which is attached to the temple part of the googles, temperature is regulated to remain consistent across the inside and outside of your googles. The Anti Fog system is compatible with most types of headsets and safety goggles.
Key Features of Our ExFog Anti Fog Systems
- 5 feet of tubing
- Lightweight and compact at only 2.9 oz
- High-strength polycarbonate body
- Rechargeable battery with micro-USB port
- Self-contained and custom mounted
- Variable speed control fan system that operates with minimal noise
- One-year factory defect warranty
Why Choose ExFog for Anti Fog Solutions?
ExFog is based in America and takes pride in providing HVAC technicians with one-of-a-kind antifog technology so that they can carry out their work without hassle. On top of that, we are able to offer the very best prices to all our clients.