Respiratory Protection

In order to protect the wearer from breathing in dangerous substances or airborne particles, one uses protective clothes, equipment, or devices. In reaction to chemical or biological dangers, this kind of protection is frequently applied in industrial and hospital settings. Self-contained breathing devices, respirators, and dust, full or half-face masks are a few examples of respiratory protection. Respiratory protection is intended to prevent inhalation of dangerous particles such as silica dust, gases, and vapours that could result in major health issues or even death.