Types of Hazards - Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation
Respirator types Respirators From the preamble to the revision of 1910.134: In principle, respirators frequently may be capable of providing adequate protection. However, problems associated with selection, fit, and use often render them ineffective in actual application, preventing the assurance of consistent and reliable protection, regardless of the theoretical capabilities of the respirator.
A little respirator history. . . .
In Roman mines they used loose-fitting animal bladders to try to filter out lead 1814: development of a particulate removing filter in a rigid container 1854: discovery that activated charcoal could be used to capture some vapors WWI: improvements in full face gas masks 1930: the development of resin impregnated dust filters permitted cheaper, improved units 1940s: SCBA developed from SCUBA concept Types of Respirators R e s p ira to rs
A ir P u rify in g N e g a tiv e P re s s u re P o w e re d A ir P u rify in g A ir S u p p ly in g A irlin e SCBA
Types of Respirators Air-Purifying: cleans air* cant add oxygen *maybe Air- Purifying Respirators removes particulate, or
removes vapor & gas, or combination of the above Air- Purifying Respirators particulates: filters
gases or vapors: chemical cartridges or chemical canisters Types of Respirators Air-Supplying: supply a clean* source of air *maybe Air- Purifying Respirators
Negative pressure user draws in air through a filter or cartridge creates a negative pressure Powered air-purifying (PAPR) battery powered pump draws in air through a filter provides positive pressure to user Air-Supplying Respirators
Airline air is supplied to facepiece via air line from either a compressor, a large cylinder or cascade system SCBA air is supplied via short air line from a user-worn cylinder (thus, selfcontained) Airline with escape bottle combo unit
SCBA escape only units Operation modes: See tab3-3 Demand mode Positive pressure mode
Pressure-demand mode Operation modes: Demand mode: air enters facepiece only when wearer creates negative pressure Positive pressure mode Pressure-demand mode
Operation modes: Demand mode Positive pressure mode: facepiece is constantly positively pressurized (compared to air outside the facepiece) by a constant flow Pressure-demand mode
Operation modes: Demand mode Positive pressure mode Pressure-demand mode: facepiece is always positively pressurized but flow changes according to demand from user
Types of Facepieces Tight-fitting: requires seal on face (thus no facial hair); air-purifying or air-supplying Loose-fitting: no seal on face; airline only (but not airline with escape bottle)
Tight-fitting facepieces Full face: hairline to below chin (covers nose, mouth & eyes) Half face: nose & mouth, & seals under chin
Quarter face: nose & mouth, but seals between mouth & chin Loose-fitting facepieces Hood: device covering head & neck Helmet: gives impact & penetration protection
variations; above with: Blouses (covers shoulders) or Full suits TC approval schedules:
TC-13F-XXXX TC-14G-XXXX TC-19C-XXXX TC-21C-XXXX TC-23C-XXXX TC-84A-XXXX SCBA gas masks air supply DFM (term out-dated) chemical cartridge non-powered APR
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