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General Operations

Locate the source of supplied air, whether it is an air compressor or an ambient air pump, such as a Bullard Free-Air® pump, in a clean air environment. Locate the air source far enough from your work site to ensure the air remains contaminant-free. Always use an inlet filter on the air source. Use suitable filters and carbon monoxide monitors and alarms, like Bullard’s CAB Series of CO monitors, as necessary to assure clean, breathable air at all times. The air should be regularly sampled to be sure that it meets Grade D requirements.

High protection factors: hazards do not need to be known; respirator is more comfortable because air is forced into head-top and produces a cooling effect and breathing resistance is lower.

The Spectrum-CF airline respirator consists of four components: full-face mask with head strap, breathing tube, flow control devices, and air supply hose. All must be present and properly assembled to constitute a complete NIOSH approved respirator.

Features

  • Multiple sizes – Large, Medium
  • Threaded breathing tube connection
  • DuPont® Tychem® 2000
  • Sewn-In Suspension
  • Soft Plenum Air Delivery
  • Comfort
  • Large viewing window, over-the-top airflow eliminates condensation on lens, soft comfortable suspension
  • 25 APF

Benefits

  • Accommodates multiples head sizes and shapes
  • Fast donning
  • Trusted brand name material for general duty
  • Complete disposability, fast donning
  • Lightweight, no lens fogging
  • Large viewing window, over-the-top airflow eliminates condensation on lens, soft comfortable suspension
  • 2.5X protection than N95

*All Bullard Loose-Fitting Hoods are latex-free for those with latex sensitivities 

Active Flow Control (AFC) is cruise control for your Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)

Cars

  • Constant Speed
  • Changing hill or gas tank conditions
  • Feedback loop from speedometer to engine

EVA PAPR

  • Constant flow
  • Changing Hood Types or Filter Cartridge or Battery Conditions
  • Feedback loop from mass flow sensor to blower

Other PAPRs

  • Flow diminishes as battery drains
  • Flow diminishes as filter loads
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