Respiratory Protection for Collision Repair work


When preparing for painting we can be exposed to respiratory hazards in the refinish area such as:

Dry sanding. Solvent wipe-down. Paint mixing. Spray painting. Spray gun cleaning. Fillers. Dusts. Metal fumes from welding and cutting, isocyanates, etc. And many more hazards. Engineering controls, such as local exhaust ventilation, or substitution of hazardous materials are the primary means of protecting us from respiratory hazards but are not always available.

Choosing the right respirator is key! No matter how well made your respirator is, if you select a product that isn't suited for the righ job, it won't work as well as need. If you need assistance is choosing what is best reach out to one of our sellers, they are experts at Respiratory Protection.

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