EEBAs are compact systems easily donned and used within a matter of seconds. These systems are lightweight and utilized small air tanks allowing for quick, comfortable and safe exits from Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH) atmospheres and/or confined spaces.
Self-Contained systems allow users to transport their own supply of air. With a variety of harness and cylinder choices, a SCBA offers the protection needed in most oxygen deficient or Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH) situations such as in confined space environments.
These respirators are designed to comfortably deliver clean air to the user, from a variety of sources. Supplied Air Respirators are designed to deliver clean air to the worker. The air can be supplied from a high pressure compressor (breathable plant air), low-pressure pumps, or cylinders (bottled air). This clean air can be delivered to […]
A PAPR is a motorized (battery powered) air system that delivers a continuous flow of filtered air. These systems are designed for use with specific headgear such as hoods, helmets and facepieces. A PAPR uses its own power source and a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filter to provide the wearer with his or her own […]
Reusable respirators are designed to offer versatility, comfort and extended wear. Air purifying respirators (APR) are used in atmospheres that contain chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear respiratory hazards. Filters and/or cartridges offered in a vast variety of combinations for a wide range of applications. Respirators available in half-mask or full-mask options. For more information on […]
Air purifying disposable respirators are maintenance-free and economical. Designed to provide protection from large airborne particulates where respirator facepieces are not mandated by OSHA. Masks are available in N95/N99/N100, R95/R99/R100, and P95/P99/P100 requirements meeting ANSI and NIOSH standards. For more information on respiratory requirements, visit OSHA or NIOSH. Filter Classifications – NIOSH 42 CFR 84 […]