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This is a community discussion format on how to potentially make DIY PAPR equipment for emergency use.  There's no express or implied guarantee on the outcome of the these use of these designs.  In fact, improper use of the designs in an environment where coronavirus or other droplet based agents are present will allow exposure to occur, so make your own judgement on how to use the ideas to the best affect in your situation.

 

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