Choosing respiratory protection for construction applications

October 10, 2019

Choosing the ideal respiratory protection for construction applications depends on the hazards that are at hand. Our chart makes it easy to determine which type of respiratory protection is ideal to protect workers from the different hazards that are often present on construction sites. Hazards included in this chart are: silica, asbestos, wood dust, solvents and welding and other metal fumes. We make it easy for you to see which 3M™Reusable Respirators or 3M™ Disposable Respirators and associated cartridges and filters can help protect you from each of the above mentioned respiratory hazards.

respiratory chart

Respiratory chart

Respiratory chart

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