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The ComputerDustPump.com Patent Pending A GREEN Alternative to Compressed Air Can These also point to the same web page: DustPump.comDustPump.com YAirCan.com or BlowDust.com ) YAirCan.comBlowDust.com DustPump.comYAirCan.comBlowDust.com
The Computer Dust Pump The Computer Dust Pump It quickly and easily removes dust from computer, keyboard, monitor, mouse pad, desktop and other office or household items and is ideal for dusting hard to reach areas. Its cone-shaped nozzle creates a strong blast of air with minimal effort. It's reusable, practical and environmentally green. It's moisture free and doesn't spray chemical on keyboard, monitor, circuit board, TV, camera, heat sink or eyeglass.
The Computer Dust Pump Reusable, Inexpensive, Practical, Easy to use No electric cords, No expensive batteries 45-Day Money Back Guarantee
The Computer Dust Pump Improve Productivity & Hygiene by quickly removing dust from your desktop, keyboard, monitor, printer and eyeglass. Prevent Computer Crash & Hardware Failure by removing dust from its inside.Computer Crash & Hardware Failure No electric cords, no batteries. Uses the power of both hands to create a strong blast of air through the cone shaped valve-less nozzle, ideal for dusting. Use it to remove dust or moisture prior to soldering, gluing or painting corners. Remove dust from your scanner, copier, printer, electric shaver, radiator, antique, air filter, etc...
Comparison between: The Computer Dust Pump ( CDP ) and The Compressed Air Can ( Air Can ) CDPAir Can 45-Day Money Back Guarantee YESNO Air Velocity Drops After Use NOYES Durable and Long Lasting YESNO
Comparison between: The Computer Dust Pump ( CDP ) and The Compressed Air Can ( Air Can ) CDPAir Can Discolors Plastic (keyboard) NOYES Safe for TV, Monitor & Eyeglass YESNO Emits Potent Greenhouse Gases (contributes to global warming) NoYES
Clear Tiny Eyeglass Dust Particles Tiny dust particles stick to eyeglass, increasing eye stress. Ten second solution: Place a heavy object (such as keyboard) on the eyeglass frame to hold it in place when you blast it with the Computer Dust Pump. Computer Dust Pump
Air Can Warning Label Source: Printed on the Air Can : DIRECTIONS: Always use in upright position. DO NOT shake can before or during use. Inverting can while spraying will cause liquid contents (white cloud) to be released that could damage equipment. 1. Turn off equipment before using. 2. Remove small tab on trigger sprayer. Hold can upright. Hold can away from self and any equipment, push trigger to remove any excess liquid Spray from can should be a clear gas, not a white cloud. NOTE: Contact with product in liquid form may cause some plastic materials (keyboards) to permanently discolor. Never use this product on camera mirrors. etc.... WARNING VAPOR HARMFUL. CONTENT UNDER PRESSURE. Contains 100% tetrafluoroethane. Do not puncture, incinerate, or store container in temperatures above 120. DO NOT STORE CAN IN ENCLOSED VEHICLES, DIRECT SUN LIGHT, OR NEAR OTHER SOURCES OF HEAT. Chemical contact with flames or very hot surfaces can cause vapor decomposition and toxic gases. Use only in a well-ventilated area. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors or spray. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. FIRST AID: EYES: Flush with water for 15 minutes. Call physician immediately. SKIN: Wash exposed area with soap and water. FROSTBITE: Call physician immediately. INHALATION: Move to fresh air and if symptoms persist, seek medical attention. INGESTION: Call physician immediately. Do not induce vomiting. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Gas Duster or Air Can Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_can From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_can A gas duster is usually used to clean or dust delicate items or reach difficult areas. The dusters are particularly useful on ventilation fans and electronic heat sinks, which collect dust readily, and are otherwise very difficult to clean. The gases themselves do not leave residues on sensitive equipment, however the bitterant added to prevent abuse will leave a residue, making gas dusters an inappropriate choice for cleaning anything users will come into contact with such as keyboards. They can create static unless a specific ESD-safe compound is added. Despite the name "canned air," the cans actually contain gases that are much easier to compress into liquids, such as difluoroethane (HFC-152a), trifluoroethane (HFC-143a), and completely non-flammable tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a) are potent greenhouse gases. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the global warming potential (GWP) of HFC-152a, HFC-143a, and HFC-134a are 124, 4470, and 1430, respectively. GWP refers to global warming effect in comparison to CO2 for unit mass. 1kg of HFC-152a is equivalent to 124kg of CO2. Gas dusters sold in many countries are ozone safe as they use zero-ODP gases; however, this is a separate issue from the global warming concern.
2 Minute Home Made Video In this 2-minute video, the performance of Computer Dust Pump ( the blue pump with black cone shaped nozzle ) is compared against other ball-bike pumps and air can.