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Masks - Are they all the same ?

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Respiratory Masks: Are They all the same ? All respirator masks are not the same. Chances are you are wearing one that probably harms more than actually stopping the Corona Virus to spread. According to San Francisco Department of Public Health's Tweet: “the ones with the valves or openings on the front are NOT safe, and may actually propel your germs further.” San Francisco's Health Department claimed it was the original health order which needed a face covered properly and informed that a mask with a one way valve should not be worn. “Valves of that type permit droplet release...

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7093 Filter vs 2097 Filters - Basic Answer

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Whats the difference between the 3M 7093 and the 2097 Filter

 

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Why the 3M 7500 / 2097 is the best combination Respirator and Filter during the Pandemic.

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When buying a Respirator type mask you want to wear one that not only looks and feels good.You also need to realize that you’ll be wearing this mask for hours at a time.

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3M 7500 vs 3M 6000 Series Respirators

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3M 7500 vs 3M 6000 Series Respirators A Quick and Practical Review By: John Price The 3M 7500 Series which includes the 7501, 7502, and 7503, small, medium & large respectively, has improved strap design which makes it easier to put on and take off also has a silicone face-piece trim rather than a rubber trim that the 6000 series has.  With respect to the respirators, what’s the difference between silicone and rubber you might ask? The silicone is a softer material and the trim will conform to your unique facial features better than the rubber trim. Also, the silicone...

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