Respiratory protection " Active for clean breathing"
Procedure for the correct selection and use of respiratory protection systems. Oxygen content in ambient air shall be at least 17 % by volume.efahreComplete determination of allefahrssubstances and operating conditions (chemicalefahrsstate, e.g. solid, liquid, gaseous). Description of the work steps in the manufacturing process. Working hours before and after contamination. Planned wearing time. Coordination with other PPE (clothing, foot protection, hand protection, head protection, etc.)
Protection against particles: Explanations: FFP1= Coarse dusts (as a rule always in combination with fine dust) respirable, polluting, non-toxic fine dusts and fibres. 4 times the AGW value FFP2= harmful, low-toxic particles, salts, "NR" aerosols, crystalline, bio-materials according to BioStoffV "R" RG2 particles with R- and S-sentence label "D" particles with AGW-( MAK-) limit values >0.1 mg/m3. FFP3= harmful, toxic, carcinogenic particles, fibres smoke, spores germs etc. "No" Biohazards, bacteria, viruses according to BioStoffV. RG3, enzymes, "R" radioactive particles, "D" particles with R and S phrase marking.
Explanations Buchtaben Fine dust masks: NR= non reusable, R= reusable, D= Dolomite dust test, AGW= General limit value. "FFP" Filtering Face Piece