Sy-Klone International is recognizing excellence in its Distribution network with the announcement of the 2023 Sy-Klone Circle of Protection Award Honorees. [continue reading] Sy-Klone Recognizes Distributors and OEMs with Awards of Excellence
Sy-Klone International, a global manufacturer of cab air quality and engine precleaner products, is recognizing excellence in its reseller network with the announcement of the inaugural 2022 Sy-Klone Circle of Protection Awards Honorees. [continue reading] Sy-Klone International Recognizes Resellers with Awards of Excellence
ISO 23875 Cab Air Quality Standard
Jeff Moredock, Sy-Klone EVP and ISO Project Lead, joined Sara Jensen, Editor of OEM Off-Highway, on Design & Engineering Insights to discuss the recently passed international operator enclosure air quality standard, ISO 23875. Tune in to learn more about the standard’s engineering and performance requirements for air quality systems and how OEMs and end users can meet the new performance requirements.
Air quality has been a trending topic throughout 2020. This focus will continue into 2021 due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 and increased interest in health and safety impacts of respirable particulates, viruses, and other microscopic nanoparticles. [continue reading] 2021 Industrial and Heavy Equipment Air Filtration Best Practices and Trends
The conversation covers industry trends including filtration options to reduce airborne exposure on industrial jobsites, heavy equipment cab monitoring, IoT enabled smart cabs, and the recently approved air quality standard, ISO 23875.
SY-KLONE INTERNATIONAL AWARDED CONTRACT BY NIOSH AND CDC
FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SMART CAB AIR QUALITY SYSTEM
Smart Cab Filtration and Pressurization System to Protect Heavy Equipment Operators with Next Generation Technology to Monitor, Adjust and Maintain Air Quality in Rugged, Industrial Environments
Jacksonville, Florida, September 2020 – Sy-Klone International (“Sy-Klone”) has been awarded a contract by the National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH), a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to conduct research on the application of smart technology in a machine operator enclosure to manage air quality. The research will identify best practices in creating a smart system to actively monitor operating conditions inside the cab, including the ability to adjust in real-time, to optimize the cab’s air quality while operating in the most rugged and demanding work environments.