Smoke and Bushfires - AusAir


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Smoke and Bushfires

Smoke caused by bushfires release Carbon Monoxide (CO) and particulate matter smaller than 2.5 microns (PM2.5) into the air. They have the potential to penetrate the lungs and enter the bloodstream, with the ability to impact almost every bodily system.

Particulate matter produced in smoke from bushfires often travels long distances and can effect people hundreds of kilometers away. A well designed, high filtration air mask should be worn to protect yourself from inhaling smoke which can bypass your lung's defensive system and enter your bloodstream.

protection is necessary

Filter it, don’t inhale it

When bushfire season starts, it's important to be prepared. Wearing a filtration mask is one of the best ways that you can significantly limit exposure to smoke, protecting your lungs and bloodstream.

take control

not all masks are made equal

Ensure you choose a well designed pollution mask which offers certified filtration to minimise exposure. Don’t wait for the negative health effects of smoke inhalation to accumulate in lungs and bloodstream.

Independently Certified

Greater than 99%

Viral filtration

Superior protection from airborne viruses, decreasing the chance of catching common illnesses such as colds and fevers.

Greater than 99%

bacterial filtration

Exceptional protection from airborne bacteria, decreasing the chance of catching illnesses from an infected person via coughing, sneezing and close contact.

Greater than 99%

pm0.1 filtration

Protect yourself from particulate matter, all the way down to PM0.1, the smallest testable particle size.

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