How do Respiratory Masks work?

How do Respiratory Masks work?

Respiratory masks are something that you’ve probably heard of before but not entirely sure what they do. If this is the case, you’re in capable hands with the team of experts at Surface Finishing Equipment Group.

Respiratory Masks.

The purpose of a respiratory mask is to protect individuals from any potentially harmful chemicals or dusts. In wearing a respiratory mask, users can prevent hazardous consequences, essentially maximising air quality, comfort and durability.

Surface Finishing Equipment Group is your go-to supplier of the functional headwear, providing you with a practical solution for enhancing your safety needs.

Any of the respiratory masks from SFEG are designed to be user-friendly, suiting the needs and requirements of all industries. They are also designed to fit comfortably, enabling individuals to work safely, without compromising comfort.

A respiratory mas

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A Beginners Guide to buying Blast Pots

A Beginners Guide to buying Blast Pots 

Every application requires a unique solution, you need to make sure that you choose the right blast pots for your specific application, and that’s where we come in!

Here at Surface Finishing Equipment Group, we cater for an array of needs, hence why we have put together a buyer’s guide to help you to work out what the blast pots are needed for and the considerations that you’ll need to make, prior to purchasing them!

With an extensive range of blast pots to choose from, you want to be sure that you find the most suitable ones to complete your project efficiently, why not consider the following factors?

Size.

At SFEG, we supply the blast pots in a variety of sizes, ranging from 20L, right up to 200L. For bigger projects, you’ll need to choose larger blast pots. These are ideal for in-house applications that require continual blasting.  With these blast pots, the need to refill them is less, a

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RPB Safety

GX4 Carbon Monoxide Monitor & Alarm

RPB GX4 Gas Monitor

The RPB GX4 gas monitor gives you complete confidence that the supplied / compressed air you and your employees breathe is safe. By detecting when there are dangerous levels of toxic gasses, this monitor ensures you will be protected and alerted to the danger.

Dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide are invisible to all the human senses, yet are commonly found in industrial premises worldwide. Early symptoms of CO exposure can easily be mistake for flu, headaches or tiredness. Although low level exposure may not be immediately fatal, ongoing contact at low levels has a cumulative effect, causing serious illness and long term health issues.

Contamination of your breathing air can come from many areas such as vehicle exhaust fumes, welding fumes or portable compressor fumes which are drawn into the air compressor inlet.

The GX4 gas monitor detects up to four gases simultaneously and with the smart device and cloud integration capabilities

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RPB Safety - Radex Breathing Filter and Replacement Cartridges

RPB Radex Air Filter Unit

The Radex Breathing Air Filter can remove oil and water mists, particulate pollutants down to 0.5 micron and odours from a compressed air supply. 

The ideal companion to an air supplied respirator such as the NOVA 3 Blast Helmet, the T-Link Spray mask or the Z Link Respirator.

It can also be used when clean air is required for critical processes such as high quality paint spraying. 

RADEX FILTER FEATURES AND BENEFITS

  • Removes moisture, particulates, and odour from the compressed air stream.
  • Large capacity Filter Cartridge - easily replaceable within minutes
  • Date Sticker - ensures you can schedule filter cartridge replacement
  • Safety Valve safeguards the filter / respirators from over pressure
  • Outlet Pressure Regulator
  • Can be mounted in a wall or floor position via twist and lock mount
  • Drain Tap - Allows
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The Types of Dustless Blasting Equipment

Sat Blast Dustless Blasting System 

Our SAT Blast operates with wet abrasive media. Abrasive media and water are combined in a pressurised blasting pot. Each blast particle is encapsulated with water, which extra weight to the media. This enlarges the impact of the blast media on the substrate. The removal of the material is smoother and less media is used.

The water reduces splash back and also traps the dust being produced.

  • Dustless blasting can provide approximately 90% less dust
  • Blast media savings
  • Less water used than wet blasting
  • Minimizing containment of the blast area
  • Less restrictive PPE requirements
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