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Which Respro® Mask to use for wildfire smoke

Air pollution from burning shrub land and forest fires is made up of carbonaceous particulates in the form of black smoke and resultant chemical compounds from burning sap from the trees. We recommend the Respro® Ultralight™ Mask with a Cinqro™ … Continue reading

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THE NOSE CLIP – HOW IT WORKS

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HOW A RESPRO® MASK WORKS

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Respro® Masks FAQ: What size particles does the Techno™ mask filter out?

WHAT SIZE PARTICLES DOES THE TECHNO™ MASK FILTER OUT? The Techno™ filter has sub-micron filtration capability. What this means is that it is able to trap particles less than one micron in size which is more than capable of the … Continue reading

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Respro® Masks FAQ: Do the filters need replacing, if so, how often?

Do the filters need replacing, if so, how often? Yes the filters do need replacing. 1. The effective working life of the City™ filter depends on a number of factors, such as; the breathing rate of the user; ambient levels of … Continue reading

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Respro® Masks FAQ: These bendy nose things, how far should I bend them?

These bendy nose things, how far should I bend them? The malleable nose clip deforms easily so that a good fit can be formed around the bridge of the nose. Continuous or exaggerated deformation will eventually cause failure in the … Continue reading

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Respro® Masks FAQ: How to fit a Respro® mask?

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Respro® Masks FAQ: Are children’s masks availiable?

Our concern in providing masks for children is that the size variation in children is so wide, that a ‘childs’ mask will not fit the range of sizes that children come in. A 3-year-old will not require the same mask … Continue reading

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