Some industrial processes force workers into areas where air quality is less than ideal. For example, construction workers who sand wood and plaster generate dust which in the long term can be detrimental to worker health. In automotive industry areas where primers, paints and other chemicals are sprayed, workers require respirators so as to not inhale too much toxic fume. In chemical manufacturing facilities where a low-level chlorine atmosphere is present, a full respirator may be required.



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  1. Re-useable Full Face Masks: Survivair 4000 Full Facepiece

    Full facepiece Air Purifying Respirator provides workers with an unobstructed wide-angle view.

  2. P1 Disposable Respirators: 2100 Nuisance Dust Mask

    A lightweight hygiene mask which provides relief from large dust particles in low concentrations.

  3. Re-useable Full Face Masks: Survivair Opti-Fit Full Facepiece

    Distortion free lens offers an exceptional view.

  4. P1 Disposable Respirators: 4110 P1 Flatfold Style Dust Respirator

    Individually packaged P1 protection flatfold respirator for convenient pocket storage.

  5. Re-useable Half Masks: Survivair 2000 Half Mask

    Lightweight silicone construction with an impressive range of features provides a comfortable user-friendly half mask.

  6. Re-useable Half Masks: Survivair 3000 Half Mask

    Economical half face mask packed full with all the features you expect in a quality respirator.

  7. P1 Disposable Respirators: 4111 P1 Flatfold Style Dust Respirator with Exhalatio

    Individually packaged P1 flatfold respirator with exhalation valve for convenient pocket storage.

  8. Re-useable Half Masks: Survivair 3000 Kits

    Pre-packaged kits include comfortable half mask and filters to suit specific applications.

  9. P1 Disposable Respirators: 5110 P1 Premium Cup Shape Dust Respirator

    Premium cup shape P1 protection respirator suggested for use with particulate aerosols free of oil.

  10. Re-useable Half Masks: Survivair Blue 1 Half Mask

    The only half mask with a speaking diaphragm. An economical way to improve communication in noisy areas.