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9/8/2019

Maxair's Respirators Designed for Optimal Protection

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Powered air purifying respirators are respiratory protection systems that meet all OSHA loose fitting (no Fit Testing required) PAPR requirements. 

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Maxair’s powered air purifying respirators are said to optimize respiratory protection against airborne (aerosol and droplet) particulates. According to the company, Maxair systems are advanced respiratory protection systems that meet all OSHA loose fitting (no Fit Testing required) PAPR requirements. The company says that the CAPR-integrated design eliminates the conventional PAPR reliance on large air tubes and bulky, belt-mounted blower units. When compared to conventional PAPRs and N95 respirator masks, the lightweight Maxair helmets, with their positive pressure airflow and safety LEDs, offer safe, comfortable respiratory protection.

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