HOW TO AVOID BREATHING CONTAMINATED AIR
In order to make sure you are not inhaling contaminated air, a breathing air cartridge is important in your safety. In a breathing air cartridge, the contaminated air particles gather on the filters and the clean air gets pushed out. Once the contaminated air particles build up inside of the breathing air cartridge, the volumetric air supply is restricted, making it harder for the operator to breathe.
If your breathing air cartridge is not changed regularly, you could be inhaling damaging levels of mold each day.
How often to replace your breathing air cartridge
It is recommended that you change your breathing air cartridge either every 400 hours of use or three months.
In order to maintain good overall health, change your air cartridge regularly!