Respiratory Products Guide
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RESPIRATORY PRODUCTS GUIDE
FILTER OUT THE RISK

For over ten years, Safety Works has provided the market with high quality reusable and disposable respirators that are comfortable, lightweight and help workers stay safe. Now, PIP is excited to bring you the NEW Safety Works® Respiratory Product line, providing an excellent solution to keep you safe, hazard free, in alignment with OSHA regulation and enforcement of respirable crystalline silica standard.

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HALF-MASK

  • Soft facepiece for enhanced comfort
  • Unique hygiene guard keeps mask clean during storage
  • Easy-to-adjust, comfortable head strap
  • Lightweight, well contoured faceseal for enhanced comfort and fit

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COMPATIBLE WITH:

PRO Multi-Purpose
SWX00326

Multi-Purpose
SWX00325

Toxic Dust
SWX00324

Paint & Pesticide
SWX00322

FULL FACEPIECE

  • Higher level of protection covering eye and face
  • Helps protect against liquid splashes and irritating vapors
  • Wrap around lens for excellent field of vision
  • Integral nose cup for reducing fogging
  • Soft facepiece for enhanced comfort

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COMPATIBLE WITH:

PRO Multi-Purpose
SWX00326

Multi-Purpose
SWX00325

Toxic Dust
SWX00324

Paint & Pesticide
SWX00322

DISPOSABLE

  • Designed for easy breathing
  • Adjustable nose-clip improves fit and seal
  • Dual point elastics for extra secure fit
  • Moldable metal noseband helps reduce fogging of glasses

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EVALUATE YOUR NEED

The tables below will assist in selecting a respirator that will provide you with the best protection for your work environment or task. Before using these respirators, you must determine the following:

1. The type of contaminant(s) for which the respirator is being selected.
2. The concentration level of contaminant(s).
3. Whether the respirator can be properly fitted on the wearer’s face. All respirator instructions, warnings and use and time limitations must also be read and understood by the wearer before use. Before use of these respirators, a written respiratory protection program must be implemented, meeting all the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134, including training and fit testing.

Spray Painting/Coating

Sanding & Grinding

Welding

Abatement

Cement Work

Cleaning & Janitorial

Agriculture

Construction

Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Chemical Manufacturing

POTENTIAL
HAZARDS

Solvent Based
Water Based Latex
Particulate Welfume
Stainless steel & Galvanized
Lead & Asbestos
Mold
Silica/Dust Bleach
Ammonia
General Cleaning Products
Pesticides & Insecticides Particulate Solvents
Particulate
Particulate Sulfer Dioxide
Chlorine
Ammonia

CARTRIDGE
& FILTER
OPTIONS

OV**/P95 N95 N95
Nuisance OV**/P95
P100
Nuisance OV**/N95 - P100
N95 AG/P95
AM/MA/P95
0V/P95
OV/AG/P95 - P100 N95 OV
N95
N95/P100 AG/P95
AM/MA/P95

RESPIRATORY RATING

Letter class Description Number Class Description

N

Not oil resistant 95 Removes 95% of all particles that are at least 0.3 microns in diameter

R

Resistant to oil 99 Removes 99% of particles that are at least 0.3 microns in diameter

P

Oil proof 100 99.97% of all particles that are 0.3 microns in diameter or larger.
HE or HEPA quality filter

IMPORTANT: Respirator and cartridge type must be chosen based on the contaminant plus airborne concentration and the necessary Assigned Protection Factor (APF). Refer to WARNING below.

WARNING: These respirators help protect against certain airborne contaminants. Misuse may result in sickness or death. For proper use, the wearer must read and understand User Instructions provided as a part of product packaging, see your supervisor. Time use limitations may apply.
Important — Before using these respirators, you must determine the following:
1. The type of contaminant(s) for which the respirator is being selected.
2. The concentration level of contaminant(s).
3. Whether the respirator can be properly fitted on the wearer’s face. All respirator instructions, warnings and use and time limitations must also be read and understood by the wearer before use. Before use of these respirators, a written respiratory protection program must be implemented, meeting all the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134, including training and fit testing.

Respirable Crystalline Silica
Breathe Safer

Workers who are exposed to respirable crystalline silica dust are at increased risk of developing serious silica-related diseases. protecting workers from exposure to this serious hazard.

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