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Dust mask needs to be used in what environment

- Jul 18, 2018 -

1. An adult needs about 19m3 air gauze masks every day to get the oxygen needed. If the air of the worker's respirator's address contains a large amount of dust, the amount of dust absorbed by the workers in this environment is much more. When a certain amount is reached, it can lead to the pulmonary arrangement of fibrosis and make the lung arrangement gradually harden, lose the normal respiratory function and attack pneumoconiosis.

2. The dust in the air falls on the rolling parts of the machine. It will prevent the wear of the PM2.5 masks and reduce the accuracy and life of the machine.

3, dust diffuses in the workshop, it can also reduce visibility, affect vision, impede operation, reduce labor productivity, and even cause trouble.

4, dust discharge into the atmosphere will form atmospheric pollution, and many harmful gases, liquids, or some metal elements can be adsorbed on them, followed by human breathing and are brought into the lungs or adhered to the wall of the bronchus, causing or intensifying various diseases of the respiratory organs.

5, the dust in the air will also reduce the visibility of the atmosphere, prompting the composition of smoke, so that the transmission of solar radiation will be affected.

6, soluble toxic dust into the respiratory tract, can soon be absorbed into the blood stream, resulting in poisoning;

7. Radioactive dust can cause radiation damage.

8. Some hard dust can damage cornea and conjunctiva, resulting in corneal opacity and conjunctivitis.

9, dust blockage and sebaceous glands and mechanical stimulation of the skin can lead to acne, folliculitis, pyoderma and chapped skin.

10, dust into the external auditory canal mixed in sebum, can form wax.

11, the greatest impact of dust on the body is the harm of respiratory system, including upper respiratory tract inflammation, pneumonia (such as manganese dust), pulmonary granuloma (such as beryllium dust), lung cancer (such as asbestos dust, arsenic dust), pneumoconiosis (such as silica dust) and other occupational lung diseases.