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The Difference between Different Cylinder Capacities of Air Respirators

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The Difference between Different Cylinder Capacities of Air Respirators

Air respirators are a critical piece of personal protective equipment used to provide clean air for breathing. Air respirators with different cylinder capacities have different characteristics and uses. 


The following are the differences between 6L, 6.8L and 9L air respirators:


Usage time:


6L air respirator: Due to its small capacity, its use time may be relatively short, usually 50-60min


6.8L air respirator: slightly larger capacity can provide longer use time, about 50-60min


9L air respirator: has the largest capacity and can provide the longest use time, about 80-90min


Gas cylinder material:


6L air respirator: The cylinder is usually made of stainless steel, which is corrosion-resistant and durable, and is suitable for use in harsh environments.


6.8L and 9L air respirators: Cylinders are usually made of carbon fiber, which is lightweight and high-strength, and is suitable for environments that require reduced burden or improved portability.


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SCBA34

Choosing an air respirator of appropriate capacity ensures optimal respiratory protection and comfort at work.

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