Honeywell Comfort Series 5000 Dust Masks FFP2
- Strong, double stapled elastic securing strap provides a snug fit even after repeated removal
- FFP2 protects against medium levels of fine dust (up to 10 x WEL) and oil and water based mists typically found during hand sanding, drilling and cutting
- Choose from unvalved or valved types for prolonged continuous use with minimum condensation build-up
- Molded from hypoallergenic material to minimise the potential for irritation
- Twin elasticated straps stapled outside of the filtration surface eliminating leakage of contaminants
- Sold in packs of 20 and compliant to EN 149
- For other breathing protection solutions see Respiratory Protection
- This product helps to reduce the spread of many viruses and germs, responsible for minor and major illnesses: Ebola, winter flu, gastric flu...Awareness of the risk factors and information on simple protection steps are effective measures to reduce the spread of many diseases in people.The risk of contagion can be limited by the use of personal protection equipment (mask, gloves, coveralls..) and the provision of relevant instructions.
- In case of direct (with an infected person or bodily fluid) or indirect (contaminated objects) contact, hygiene and hand washing with an anti-bacterial gel should be part of the standard procedures.
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Some Important Considerations about Common Types of Breathable Hazardous Substances
Generally speaking, hazardous substances can be present in the immediate atmosphere as suspended particles, as vapour or as a gas. Furthermore, particles can either be liquid (in a fine mist) or solid (such as dust). Certain tasks, such as paint spraying, can result in two types of hazards to be present in the atmosphere at the same time. Vapours for their part are defined as gaseous forms of a liquid or a solid. It is worthy to note that fumes and smoke are classified as particles and not a gas or vapour. Here are some common examples of solid and liquid particles, vapours, and gasses:
Solid particles: Wood, stone and concrete dust, flour, welding fumes, microorganisms such as spores, bacteria, and viruses.
Liquid particles: Pesticides, paints, cutting fluid, and oil mists.
Vapours: Mercury and solvent vapours.
Gas: Carbon monoxide, engine exhaust, and sewer gases.
Be sure to choose the proper respirator mask for each type of hazard as not all respirators can provide cross-protection.
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