Apollo Series Supplied-Air RespiratorApollo 20 HP & LP Supplied-Air Respirator: Our most economical respirator delivers lots of value. The Apollo 20 is a single-shell construction helmet supported by an adjustable suspension. The Apollo 20 comes standard with DLX comfort-fit suspension. The DLX suspension surrounds the operator’s head with comfortable padding. A chin strap holds the helmet firmly in place. The rectangular window provides a clear field of view. An inner fixed lens and one middle lens seal out dust and abrasive.
Available for use with compressed air (HP Model) or air pump (LP Model). Up to three lightweight, disposable outer lenses, held in place by a hinged frame, protect the middle lens from pitting. As the outermost disposable lens becomes pitted, it can be torn off to expose the next lens.
Approvals and CertificationsThe Apollo 20 HP helmet is a NIOSH approved, type CE respirator (approval number TC-19C-338) and is recognized by OSHA as having an assigned protection factor (APF) against lead dust of 1000 times the permissible exposure limit (PEL). NOTE: Prior to use, ensure that the Apollo, type CE, supplied-air respirator is appropriate for your specific blasting conditions and requirements.
Apollo 60 HP & LP Supplied-Air RespiratorThe blast industry’s most popular and comfortable respirator, the Apollo 60 features double-shell construction, sound-deadening foam, and large window. The Apollo 60 is NIOSH-approved, and protects against lead dust at concentrations 1000 times greater than the permissible exposure limit. Available for use with compressed air (HP Model) or air pump (LP Model).
Apollo 600 HP & LP Supplied-Air Respirator
The Clemco Apollo Series Supplied-Air Respirators are hallmarks of safety, comfort, and performance. Recognizable by their bright red-orange color, Apollo 600 Respirators are easily visible on the job site. Their wide-span window offers the wearer a commanding view of the work surface and broad-scope peripheral vision. The 600 has new features making it comfortable to wear, easier to maintain, and more durable, promising a long service life. The Apollo 600 is a single-shell helmet with two adjustable suspension options. The DLX comfort-fit suspension (2 sizes) surrounds the operators head with comfortable padding. The adjustable web suspension fits head sizes 6.5 to 8. Adjustable chin strap holds the helmet in position on the operator’s head.
The helmet features:
Seasonal Light-Duty Blast SuitThe Clemco light-duty blast suit protects the operator from the impact of rebounding abrasive. The suit is a cost-effective alternative to a heavy-duty suit for intermittent or short-term blasting, and for non-blast personnel working at the blast site. It weighs less than Clemco’s heavy-duty blast suit. The nylon and cotton construction is easily machine washable. Discarding the light-duty suit after a toxic dust job wastes less money. For rental outlets, the low-cost suit makes it possible to stock suits in sizes to fit almost any customer. (Optional gauntlet gloves protect hands and wrists.)
Traditional Heavy-Duty Blast SuitThe Clemco heavy-duty blast suit and gauntlet-style leather gloves protect the blast operator from the impact of rebounding abrasive. Heavy cotton fabric on back of suit allows air to circulate, while fronts of arms and legs are protected by leather panels. Straps at cuffs adjust to fit, keeping out dust and abrasive. The red color stands out in a blast environment. It is lighter in weight than all-leather or all-rubber suits. (Optional gauntlet gloves protect hands and wrists.)
Clemco Comfort VestThe Clemco Comfort Vest is a lightweight, one-size-fits-most personal protective garment for warming or cooling industrial workers exposed to stressful hot and cold environments indoors or out. It can be used in a variety of workplaces and industries where workers are exposed to heat or cold that may affect their health or performance. The vest operates on 20 cfm of compressed air. Directional air jets located on chest and back panels emit generous air streams to the upper back and chest areas offering upper body cooling, or warming, depending upon the air conditioning device chosen. Once connected to the air supply, the vest provides immediate and continuous comfort. For abrasive blasting, the vest is worn beneath the respirator cape and under the blast suit. Grade D air quality must be used when worn by a worker also wearing a respirator because air from the vest exits beneath the respirator cape. The vest air supply is separate from the breathing-air supply. For cooling only, attach a Clemco Clem-Cool Air Conditioner to the vest air-supply tubing; air volume and degree of cooling are easily adjustable, even with a gloved hand. The Clemco Clem-Cool can cool incoming air up to 50 degrees F*. For cooling or warming, attach a Clemco Climate Control Tube, which warms or cools incoming air between 30 and 40 degrees F*. * Test temperature measurements were taken at the air inlet. Heat transfer and other temperature-related conditions can reduce the amount of cooling or warming inside the vest. The Clemco Comfort Vest is washable. It is made from Banox certified 100% cotton flame-resistant fabric; making it suitable for welding operations, foundries, and other job environments where sparks may be present. the vest should be worn under protective clothing. The vest features a zippered front closure and four fabric-elastic bands with Velcro©, two on each side of the vest, that easily adjust to suit body size and undergarment layers. The vest fits chest sizes up to approximately 52 inches. A snug fit offers greatest comfort.