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Breathe Safely, LLC: Making Respirators 270% More Effective
Date:10/9/2009

Breathe Safely offers a skin-friendly, flexible, and tacky adhesive. A way to make respirators universally fit faces, providing a better seal. Our product is available for retail on our website, www.breathesafely.com. Pricing and product details may be found on our website.

Baxter, MN (PRWEB) October 9, 2009 -- Breathe Safely of Baxter Minnesota has created a breakthrough respirator enhancement. A skin-friendly, medically tested, transfer adhesive that creates an easy to use seal. The seal fits most popular respirators, even works with flat surgical masks.

Because each individual's facial features are unique. Different shapes and sizes from person to person. Facial movements are a constant factor. Smiles, yawning, talking, sneezing, as well as body movements like bending over, walking, lifting and looking to the side all cause the facial surface to move. These two facts, a respirator can't adapt to the face surface without an adhesive seal. The skin friendly, technical seal provided by Breathe Safely is needed. This seal forces air movement to pass through the filter material, preventing the leakage that occurs between the face and the respirator, creating an effective seal The BSAF fit testing shows a 270% improvement. 100% of those tested indicated that they would feel safer with the Breathe Safely seal. Comfort is another critical factor to respirator use. The user must feel comfortable if they are expected to continue using the respirator. 70% of wearers felt that the respirator was more comfortable with the Breathe Safely seal applied to the respirator. Ease of use is also a concern. Feedback from users indicates that this was another reason they preferred respirators with the Breathe safely seal applied. All of the information collected shows that the skin friendly, technically advanced, Breat
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