Paint respirators & masks

Why use a paint respirator? Classic paint is made of resins, organic solvents, pigments, fillers and additives. In water-based paints, water replaces organic solvents, however, a certain amount remains, usually alcohols and glycol ethers derivatives. Several models are available depending on the application and type of paint ...

Even if their toxicity is lower, they are not safe and using a paint respirator is strongly recommended to ensure protection of painters respiratory tract. In most cases, a half-mask (nose and mouth protection) will be sufficient, but for applications using irritants such as certain varnishes or sprays, a full mask with eye protection in addition will be necessary.

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