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Airline Installations

       

Fittings Express Specialises in Airline Installations
 
Airline Installation Site
The Claw - Dreamworld, Gold Coast
   

Airline Installation Site
Shrek - Movieworld, Gold Coast
Compressed Air Pipe was laid by Fittings Express under all the seats
and used as one of the features in the Shrek ride.
Behind the Scenes - Fittings Express also installed all the filters,
pipework and hooked up the receiver tanks.

A complete Airline Installation Package was installed at:  
Rollies Speed Shop - Newstead, Brisbane  
Compressor
Refrigerated Compressed Air Dryer
Vertical Receiver Tank
Repeat Cycle Timer Auto Drain
Pre and Post Filters
Retractable Hose Reel

In these 2 examples (above) the pipe has been installed 12 metres high along the conduit
runners.  One of the many benefits of having airline installations is the pipe can be
run wherever you require.

 

Click here to see Compressed Air Pipe Prices and Information           

AIR LINE INSTALLATIONS  

We enjoy helping you, make your workplace a tidier, cleaner more productive environment
and we take great pride in our installation work.

The savings you will make in running costs and man time as well as the flexibility of the
system will pay for itself in a very short time. 

We use Compressed Air Pipe which is 100% U.V. stabilised, light blue in colour, easily
recognised as compressed air and meets Australian Standards (4130).   

We also sell a range of the compressed airline fittings.

 
         

The following information has been taken from Standards Australia:

Identification of the contents of pipes, conduits and ducts

This standard relies fundamentally on a single colour identification system. 

For this reason, in selecting an appropriate colour, worker safety is one of the most
important concerns.

The objective of the base identification colour is to provide immediate information
as to the contents of the pipe. 

The relative hazard of a potential contents leak or spill to operations and maintenance workers
and
more particularly, crews responding to emergency calls, will usually be the critical factor in
determining
which colour is appropriate in a particular case.

  • Air and other gases – the distinction is made between pipes carrying only air

  • (eg. Compressed, vacuum, ventilation) which will be Light blue, and all other gases, 

  • including pneumatic transport of particulate solids, which may be yellow-ochre or violet.  

 Click here to see Pipe Identification Table