Stay cool during National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month and one key area of focus is in the workplace.

With summer temperatures soaring, keeping employees who work in the heat, safe from preventable accidents including heat related illnesses, is a necessity.

“If employees work in a factory, barn or car service bays and they’re not getting enough cool air, evaporative cooling is one way to fix the problem,” said Anne Wood, Director of Marketing.

The company has been a builder and supplier of evaporative cooling products since 1975. The company even has a variety of mobile coolers that can help keep employees comfortable in their work environment. 

This includes the Shop Blaster, which serves as an evaporative cooler with a toolbox for those who spend a lot of time in the garage.

The other product is the Master Blaster that comes in four different sizes.

The 10,000 cfm MB36 is a mobile evaporative cooler for large spaces like factories.

The 6,500 cfm MB24 still provides plenty of air for the big jobs.

The more attractive MB20 and MB10, respectively 3,000 and 2,000 cfm can keep you cool in a garage, on your patio or anywhere you need that heat relief.

The 10 and 20 are also big hits because of the plastic organizer that can help keep your tools, drinks and gadgets close at hand.

“These coolers can be used as supplemental cooling,” Wood said. “There are plenty of places we want to work that are just too warm to be productive.

“This supplemental cooling provides what it takes to keep you cool and busy,” Wood continued.

If businesses are interested in finding out more about the mobile evaporative coolers to keep their employees cool when working in the heat, visit