- Respirator Cartridges - Cartridge Respirator - Eastwood Tech Library
Passing the Smell Test
Is the cartridge in your respirator still working? - Keep a bottle of vanilla or banana extract in the shop. Each time you put on the respirator, hold the open bottle close to the air intake and sniff. If you can smell the extract, replace the cartridge.
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