Why yes, it does - we have devised a complex system that we call Fourier Analysed Relief Transfer, and this avoids excess over-pressure situations in the A.R.S.E system.Dr Huge Longjohns wrote: Very, very cool. Obviously there's a lot to take in here but a few initial questions spring to mind. Firstly, does the A.R.S.E system have a manual pressure over-ride?
Otherwise there are manual controls mounted to the motor, so you've just got to pop up the ladder and adjust to taste :thumbup:
It's a positive pressure system, i.e. pushing dusty air out of the studio, rather than sucking it in. Nonetheless I'd suggest ensuring toupees are appropriately secure, as even the hood of your audiophile-grade coverall suits (mandatory for all artists, of course) may not be sufficient given the power of the system. We recommend using a high-powered industrial vacuum cleaner on your clients' heads before granting them entry just to ensure that their hair is suitably secure, and thus preserving their dignity.Dr Huge Longjohns wrote:But naturally I don't want to jeopardise what could potentially be a very fruitful relationship by allowing Paul's toupee to be sucked into the cold wastes of Earth orbit during his first visit.