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  1. #1
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    So this is how i'm going to die

    I have a good respirator but I want scba lol for negative pressure room discharge, This is the unit that pulls a negative pressure in the hospital rooms that have people with contagious diseases,air born bugs the scary stuff.

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    You should be at the bottom of the chute where they dump diseased, amputated body parts. . .

    Yes, stay away from the vent.
    http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

    Is it in the selfish interest of the microbes that come out of this vent to kill you?

    No, they want you to live long enough to infect many other people so that 'their race' of microbes survives.

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    FWIW it would just be SCBA without the U because the U stands for underwater.
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    scott air pack

    tyvek suit

    rubber gloves, boots

    tape all the over lapping clothing seams


    throw them away when you get done
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    Level IV biohazard suit is what you need up there when servicing equipment. Yeah, you might not be anywhere near that thing, but prevailing winds will carry it to you.
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    At least the bag in bag out filters are on the roof and easy to get at. Ours are up about 10 feet in the air above the drop ceiling.

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    I hate even being around those.
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    I probably shouldnt post up the pic of me sitting on one eating lunch then....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CynicX View Post
    I probably shouldnt post up the pic of me sitting on one eating lunch then....

    While the maint. guy was changing the bag filter? lol
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    Does that machine at least burn the air or something else to kill off airborne nasty's? Or does it just draw it from the building and shoot it out a stack?

    Definitely a big FK THAT!! I wouldn't wanna get too close without a self contained air system and suit.

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    There's a bag hepa filter in the housing to the left of the fan.
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    Awwwwwwww look who is afraid of a little TB.

  13. #13
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    I work on these ISO units all the time. Glove and tyvek up. Get on a good respirator. Bag in and bag out. One thing I don't see in the picture is an air valve to seal off the ductwork before the filters.

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