Respiratory masks and fine dust masks are important on construction sites.
Fine dust masks are respirators that prevent dust and other pollutants from being inhaled. This is particularly important on construction sites, since grinding, milling and sawing can result in high levels of dust. Respirators also prevent pollutants from being inhaled.
Respiratory protection as a single-mouth protection for the medical sector.
Respiratory masks are worn in hospitals or old people's homes, wherever transmission of droplet infections is to be avoided. Doctors, nurses and nurses prefer the so-called single mouth protection. It covers the nose and mouth and is fastened with elastic rubber bands on the back of the head, behind the ears. The disposable mouthguard is hygienic and comfortable to wear, as it is very skin-friendly and breathable.
Full face mask or half face mask?
Half-face masks cover the mouth and nose, preventing unwanted dust from entering the airways. Respiratory half masks are pressed really firmly against the face. So that the breathing air can escape outside, it is recommended to use an exhalation valve. Full-face masks are worn if the eyes are also to be protected. Firefighters use full face masks that can be connected to special respiratory filters.
Respirators - particle filters, devices & accessories:
The most important accessories for respiratory masks are the breathing filters or particle filters. However, these should only be used for a certain time, otherwise they will no longer work. Particle filters are available against organic gases and vapors and to protect against solid and liquid particles.
3M full face mask starter set - 1 box = 2 sets, size M
A starter set contains:
1 x full mask body 6800
2 x gas / vapor filter 06915 A2
2 x particle filter 5935 P3R
2 x filter cover 501
25 x visor protection film 6885
10 x cleaning wipes 105