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Best Respirators 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]

Last Updated February 1, 2018
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Edwin GarrettLooking for ways to bring your respirators to the next level? Then you’ve come to the right place. I’m Edwin Garrett. I spent 49 hours researching and testing 19 different types of respirators and found that material, variety of sizes, and style were most important.

My main objective is to write article on these subject so that buyers like you can have the best assistance and education in making that next purchase. In this section we provide our readers with a comparison table of our top picks. Scroll past the table for a closer look at each of the 3 best respirators in our review section.

Best Respirators of 2018

So, what exactly would anyone want to know about respirators? I know most of us don’t really care much about the history and the origin, all we want to know is which of them is the best. Of course, I will spare you the history and go straight on to the best respirators. Like choosing clothes or cosmetics, choosing respirators should be based on your purpose, favorite style, and financial condition.

Not all respirators are created equal though. There’s a product for every kind of user on the list of affordable options below.

Test Results and Ratings

Rank №1 №2 №3
Product
Total 4.8 4.5 4.3
Style
5 points
5 points
4 points
Versatility
5 points
5 points
5 points
Construction
4 points
4 points
4 points
Quality
5 points
4 points
4 points
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№1 – AMSTON Dust Masks

 
AMSTON Dust Masks

Pros
Box of 10 disposable, one-time use masks, lightweight and easy to breathe through. Maintenance free for indoor and outdoor use.
National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) approved, means the best way to protect yourself and your lungs. N99 masks remove at least 99% of non-oil-based particles down to 0.3 microns – including dust from sanding, sweeping, cutting, gardening, woodworking, grinding, sawing, and mowing.
Cons
Everything is OK.
 
Total:
4.8

Why did this respirators win the first place?

I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch! The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack. I also liked the delivery service that was fast and quick to react. It was delivered on the third day. I really enjoy the design. It is compact, comfortable and reliable. And it looks amazing!

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Style
5

5star

Versatility
5

5star

Construction
4

4star

Quality
5

5star

 

 

№2 – Holulo Organic Vapor Full Face Respirator With Visor Protection For Paint

 
Holulo Organic Vapor Full Face Respirator With Visor Protection For Paint

Pros
Material: High quality silicone, Headband: mesh,Visor Material: Polycarbonate; If you purchase , please buy it from professional shop in case of danger happen! , please remember Holulo , it has registered in US, and CE certification!
Double side is anti-fog and good sealing,Lightweight design-more relaxed
Cons
It seems not very durable.
It stank for a few days. The smell didn’t wear off for a long time..
 
Total:
4.5

Why did this respirators come in second place?

This is a pretty decent product that perfectly fitted the interior of our office. I recommend you to consider buying this model, it definitely worth its money. The material is pretty strong and easy to wash if needed. Managers explained me all the details about the product range, price, and delivery.

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Style
5

5star

Versatility
5

5star

Construction
4

4star

Quality
4

4star

 

 

№3 – 3M 07193 Dual Cartridge Respirator Assembly

 
3M 07193 Dual Cartridge Respirator Assembly

Pros
NIOSH Approved Solvent and Particulate Respirator
Good for 40 hours of light solvent filtering work and 8 hours of concentrated solvent filtering
Resealable package
Cons
Length might be an issue with some customers.
I didn’t like that it was packed tight. I think that the package doesn’t let the air in, so it’s unknown where and for how long it was kept..
 
Total:
4.3

Why did this respirators take third place?

The material is incredibly nice to the touch. It has a great color, which will suit any wallpapers. It is inconvenient to use due to the size. I am going to get something different next time. This price is appropriate since the product is very well built. I liked the design. We’ve been using it for 2 months and it still looks like brand new.

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Style
4

4star

Versatility
5

5star

Construction
4

4star

Quality
4

4star

 

 

Respirators Buyer’s Guide

If you keep the before points in mind, you can easily go out to the market and buy respirators, right? No!

You can talk

Probably the main reason for a lot of those who switch.

By integrated underwater intercom systems, you can talk to your dive buddy, the surface boat, and anyone else who is on the same channel. A huge advantage to divers doing search and recovery, or any other activity that requires better underwater communication than standard hand signals can manage.

Less risk of losing regulator

Because the regulator is integrated, there’s less risk that a diver will lose the regulator by accident during a dive. And for people with some form of dental or jaw problem, it eliminates the need to hold on to the mouthpiece.

Skills deterioration

I’ve dived with a few full-face mask enthusiasts who had managed to forget some of the basic hand signals, because they were used to being able to talk to their dive buddies.

But when they found themselves diving with divers who weren’t using a full-face mask, or when the intercom system in their full-face mask wasn’t working, they were struggling to communicate.

The same could be said for basic dive skills such as mask clearing of traditional mask or regulator recovery techniques. This could become necessary if using a traditional mask for whatever reason.

Chatter underwater

This is more of a concern than a problem, and definitely a matter of taste. But while I see, and have experienced, the advantage of talking to your buddies and dive boat while doing a complex dive, such as a search for a wreck.

I still like the serenity and peacefulness of diving. No one can talk to me underwater, and I quite like that. A full-face mask would to some extent take that away, and personally, I wouldn’t like that.

Manchette

A cuff made of conductive material that saber fencers wear over a non-conductive glove cuff. This is used for the scoring systems to identify a hit to the forearm. 

Mask A good quality mask is always one of the first items that you should look at getting; masks are a bit like shoes and bed in over time so that they become more and more comfortable.  There are different masks for each weapon so the first thing you need to do is decide if you need a Foil, Epee or Sabre mask. The next decision if whether to go for FIE or non FIE (350 Newton) FIE masks provide greater protection and come with features such as removable bibs and washable padding. First time buyers will normally be fencing Foil or Epee so we would suggest either the

Arena Contour Epee Mask  or if you want the absolute best one of our X-Change Masks ( ) Sizing details can be found on our size chart or if your club uses Leon Paul masks you can check the size in the label or by using the colour coded washers on the top of the mask  yellow = small, blue = medium, red = large, black = X-large.

Most Clubs supply back zip jackets the switch to your own front zip jacket makes a huge difference to your fencing experience. Generally most fencers are best off starting with our Phoenix range uniform but for those fencers wanting a bit of extra protection the Team range makes a great long term investment.

This is the part that many people are keen to buy first, however it is usually best to wait a few months. Most people start fencing with a traditional “French” grip and most then progress on to use a pistol grip. For children we suggest going for a basic blade but adults who hit harder are better going for an FIE (Maraging steel) blade. FIE blades although more expensive than standard blades last much longer and therefore save you money in the long term. They are also made from better quality steel so they are less likely to take a permanent bend and you don’t need to spend as much time straightening them under your foot between hits. Our recommended and custom assembled weapons can be found 

Plastron

For non-electric or children’s fencing a 350N plastron is OK however; for a small amount more you can buy an FIE 800N plastron which provide much better protection. In the UK it is almost always best to go for an FIE plastron as it is mandatory for electric fencing. Our lightweight FIE plastron is a real high performance item that is thinner and lighter than anything else available. If you demand the best then this is the one to go for as you can hardly tell you are wearing it.

Breeches

Similarly to jackets breeches come in many different styles. Most people go for ones of the same style as their jacket so that they match!

Fencing specific shoes are only essential for advanced fencers but many people by them as they provide better grip and the correct shaped sole. In general the adidas shoes run very narrow so most people need to go a half size up and the Hi-tec ones are wider and Nike are the lightest on the market and in the middle of the width range.

Purchasing for children

Many clubs will lend you equipment when you are doing a beginner course, they generally then like you to start purchasing your own so that their kit can be used for new beginners. Just as for adults you can either get a starter kit and save 15% or more or you can buy kit gradually over time. The order we suggest you purchase kit is the same for children as it is for adults but there are several other things that fencing parents or grandparents struggle with when ordering kit for children. The following information should help to make the process as easy as possible. Remember; if you need help we are always happy to answer questions either by phone or e mail.

Essential Information you need before placing an order

Left or Right Handed Most items of protective clothing are made to left or right handed people specifically.

Actual Size Measurements Protective fencing clothing is not sized in the same way as high street children’s clothing, though we can provide an estimate for the size based on age and height you will need to know the following measurements to be able to order accurately.

Chest – Circumference in inches  Waist – Circumference in inches Height – The full height of the child Head – Circumference of the head around the face Hand – Circumference of the hand around the knuckles

Weapon size

Weapons are sized by age, with younger fencers using shorter, lighter more flexible blades. It is important to know what age group your child falls into.

Under Years Old – Size 0 – 1Years Old – Size in the UK, size elsewhere in the world 1Yeas and Over – Size 5

Brands and companies

In the past two years, high quality anti-pollution masks have entered the Indian marketplace. As community awareness about the detrimental effects of air pollution on health grows, so too has the demand for protective masks.

While DelhiAir does not recommend any one particular brand or company, the list below includes high quality masks that meet the standards and ratings noted above and are available in Delhi or can be ordered online in India. This is not an exhaustive list and other brands and companie

Field use or riding

The starting point is to think about what you want you fly protection for, e.g. when your horse is in the field or when you’re riding.

If you just want a fly mask or fringe for your horse to wear in the field, look for one that indicates that this is its purpose. 

If you want a fly mask for, say, hacking out, look for one what clearly says it’s for riding. Alternatively many of the “fly veils” are great for this. A fly veil generally has a fringe and these are available with and without ear protection. Simply put your bridle on and then put this on over the top. How good is that!

With or without ears

If the flies and midges really irritate your horse’s ears or worse still the midges bit them, go for a design with ear protection. The “ears” tend to be made from a much softer and lighter mesh material than main mask for comfort and to ensure movement of the ears is not restricted. If the ears end up annoying him or making him sweat, don’t discard the mask, simply cut the ears of it out and continue to use it! Alternatively, take a look at some without ears.

With midge protection

If you wonder why your horse is still bitten in the area covered by his mask, it’s probably because the pesky creatures are able to get through the holes in the mesh that the mask is made of. This is very common and it’s mostly midges that are able to do this. So look for a fly mask that says it’s made of fine mesh and this will stop your horse from being bitten even when he’s got his mask on.

With nose protection

Horses with white blazes or pink muzzles really benefit from from having their nose and muzzle covered as well as their face. The nose part can even be removed on some fly masks when it’s not required. Take a look at our selection with nose protection.

With padding

If you want a mask that won’t rub your horse’s face, go for one that is trimmed with a soft fleece as this is specifically included to eliminate rubbing. This is great on one hand but not so on the other as it causes the horse to sweat around its ears and around the nose area.

Having said that the added bonus of a fly mask with padding, is that the padding prevents flies from getting inside the mask. A horse with a fly inside its fly mask can be quite distressing for the horse and anyone watching it as the horse becomes tormented by the fly until it manages to get rid of it.

Stays on

If you’ve got a “Houdini”, i.e. that is a horse that manages to get his mask off all the time, pick a mask that has an extra wide Velcro closure under the chin as this will help to keep it in place even if the horse rubs it or even better go for a mask with two velcro straps.

Fit and Comfort vs. Color

The winner of this comparison is always fit and comfort. The skirt of the mask should wrap around your eye area without any gaps. Find the mask that fits you best, and then pick your color from there. To make sure you have a properly fitting mask speak to your Dive Shop representative about different techniques on finding the perfect fit. Here is one method used:

Transparent vs. Colored Silicon

This decision depends on your personal preference. A clear silicone skirt will allow for more light. A clear mask skirt is a popular option for beginning divers who like an open feeling and more peripheral vision. Opaque dark silicon is often a choice for underwater photographers because it reduces glare.

High vs. Low Volume

Mask volume refers to the amount of air space inside the mask. High volume masks offer a feeling of openness and extend peripheral vision. However, they take a little more effort to clear. Low volume or low-profile masks sit closer to your face and can be quickly cleared of water.

The Quantitative Fit Test uses the

exercises that the Qualitative Fit Test uses with the addition of a ‘grimace’ test which involves the subject smiling or frowning for 1seconds to test the integrity of the facial seal.

Whilst the Qualitative Fit Test is Pass or Fail, the Quantitative Fit Test is graded on achieving a minimum threshold. The threshold for half-mask respirators is a minimum fit factor of 100, whereas for full-mask respirators it is 500.

Positive Pressure

Your employees must block the exhalation valve on a half or full facepiece respirator, or covering the respirator’s surface using your hands, before breathing out. If pressure builds up and is felt within the mask, then the seal is fit and appropriate for workplace use.

Negative Pressure

Your employees must block the intake valve on a half or full facepiece respirator, or cover the respirator’s surface using your hands before breathing in. If no air enters, then the seal is fit and appropriate for workplace use.

It’s important to maintain these checks prior to every use as a precaution for any deteriorating facepiece seals.

Be wary of these considerations

It’s important that when both you and your employees perform their fit tests, that facial hair is kept to an absolute minimum so that results remain accurate and reliable. Any slight facial hair between the seal and the employee’s face can distort test results and lead to potentially unsafe facial equipment by dampening the seal’s effectiveness.

Protection

The mask is what protects your face and the level of protection varies mask to mask so it’s best to consider your style and level of play.

Beginner masks tend to offer full coverage along the forehead, jaw line and ear sections however this does come at the expense of added weight. These are often constructed from semi-rigid plastic that offer ultimate impact protection however are very inflexible.

Scuba Snorkel Features

A scuba snorkel is a very basic piece of equipment. However, there are now lots of features to choose from – from purge valves to rotating mouthpieces to dry or semi-dry and so on. Which of these features to you want/need on scuba snorkels?

Choosing the Best Snorkel For You Plus Our Picks For Best Snorkel and Snorkel Set

Now that you know about the features available on snorkels, what makes the best snorkel for you? We discuss all the things you should consider before buying this piece of low-tech equipment, from comfort and fit to length and diameter to everything in between.We also give you our picks for the best snorkel and snorkel set.

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Prescription lenses

If  you normally wear glasses, you can select a mask where prescription  lenses can be fitted. We stock minus, plus and bifocal lenses for several of the TUSA, Beuchat, Cressi and Atomic range of masks. Most lenses are supplied in half diopter increments.

If your prescription falls  between two lens strengths, it is recommended you select the weaker of the two as the water  itself offers some maginifcation. These lenses replace  the original glass lens in the mask and we can fit the new lenses for you.

After buying your mask, before you use it, smear toothpaste on the inside of the lenses with your fingers. Leave it on for a few minutes and then wash it off (no bicarbonate of soda or anything fancy – just standard toothpaste).

When a mask is put together in the factory, some of the silicone in the air coats the lenses. Toothpaste removes this layer of silicone and stops the lenses from fogging up as much.

Written program

Any time an air-purifying respirator is used in the workplace as part of a personal protection equipment, a written program must be established to conform to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.

The program can vary in format, but must contain specific information on topics ranging from buying a respirator to employee training. See here an OSHA example of a respirator written program.

Ongoing workplace monitoring ensures construction workers are adequately protected. Any change in workplace conditions may change the levels of contaminants or introduce new hazards. If a change occurs, the entire respirator program should be re-evaluated to determine its effectiveness. One exception to this rule is that written programs are not required when employees use respirators voluntarily and not because of a written standard.

When selecting an air-purifying respirator, keep in mind that air-purifying respirators cannot be used in oxygen-deficient atmospheres, which can result when gas displaces the oxygen or oxygen is consumed by a chemical reaction. These conditions require the use of supplied-air respirators.

Air purifier sales soar as NCR chokes on pollution

Most offices are still open, leaving no option for employees to evade the alarming air pollution. In such a scenario, it will be wise for a person to use special air-pollution masks if at all they need to venture out of their houses.

Disposable respirators

These masks are not only an effective agent against air-pollution also provide protection against a few air-borne diseases.  These masks are slightly expesnsive than surgical masks but offer much better functionality. The masks are required to be replaced after a few days of usage.

The masks are available in N9and N9variants which are degrees of filtration. These respirators are designed to offer maximum protection without hampering the breathing pace. The disposable respirators offer around 9per cent protection against air-pollution.

Reusable respirators

These respirators are made for long term usage and are much more expensive than the disposable ones. The respirators come with a sheet of activated carbon and a replaceable filter that are to be replaced in every 3-days of general use.

 

 

 

 

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Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

Most important, have fun and choose your Respirators wisely! Good luck!

So, TOP3 of Respirators

 

 

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