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Respiratory Protection for Fire Service

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Advantage® 200 LS Half-Mask Respirator

The Advantage 200 LS is a comfortable, efficient and economic half mask. It is ideal for applications where workers are exposed to various hazards from job to job, such as high concentrations of fumes, mists and gases.
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Advantage® 420 Half-Mask Respirator

With its UniBond over-mold facepiece, AnthroCurve™ face seal, and low profile design, the Advantage 420 Respirator is the superior option for respiratory protection.
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G1 Facepiece with Twin Cartridge APR Adapter

Our APR adapter works with both NFPA and Industrial G1 facepieces, making the G1 facepiece platform ideal for industrial respiratory needs.
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Why Elastomeric Half-Mask Respirators Are Needed for Fire Service Response

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Why Elastomeric Half-Mask Respirators Are Needed for Fire Service Response

Product Cleaning Guidance for Respiratory Protection Equipment

Air-Purifying Respirator Types and Protection Levels

One elastomeric could do the work of hundreds of N95s, maybe thousands, and would occupy a fraction of the storage space.

...studies began showing elastomeric masks to be more cost-effective and protective during a pandemic situation...Over time, the elastomeric masks cost 10 times less.

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*Baracco, G., Eisert, S., Eagan, A., & Radonovich, L. 2015. Comparative Cost of Stockpiling Various Types of Respiratory Protective Devices to Protect the Health Care Workforce During an Influenza Pandemic. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 9(3), 313-318. doi:10.1017/dmp.2015.12