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Old 07-13-2009, 08:21 PM
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do I have enough respirator cartridges?

I'm going to be painting my car tomorrow. I bought 4 sets of cartridges for my respirator.. is that going to be enough?

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Are they organic vapor cartridges? Depends also if you have any ventilation. No ventilation and those new cartridges will be saturated in short order, four sets may not be enough.

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Are they organic vapor cartridges? Depends also if you have any ventilation. No ventilation and those new cartridges will be saturated in short order, four sets may not be enough.

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there AO-95 cartridges, from AO safety.. there listed for iscoscynates and other painting materials, but nothing says there organic vapor on the package

don't have really good ventillation, but I do have some.. if I have to get more, I will
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Please ensure plenty of ventilation for your own safety. Without good ventilation the paint fumes will displace oxygen and no respirator can protect from that .
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Please ensure plenty of ventilation for your own safety. Without good ventilation the paint fumes will displace oxygen and no respirator can protect from that .
I know.... I have real unideal conditions to paint in.. it's a tent garage ( got to use what I got ). but I can clip the flaps up on the sides and gain decent ventillation.. I just don't have any sealed motor fans to 'artificially' move air without the risk of an explosion
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there is a good thread I started on the vary subject of explosions.. the thread is called explosion concers... lots and lots of good information there take a look!!! and good luck with your paint job!
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