88VX Series Airline Respirator User Manual

88VX Series Airline Respirator User Manual
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
The Bullard 88VX Series airline respirators, when properly
used, provide a continuous flow of air from a remote air
source to the respirator wearer. 88VX Series respirators
offer protection from airborne contaminants that are not
immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH), or that do
not exceed concentrations allowed by applicable OSHA,
EPA, NIOSH, ACGIH, or other regulatory standards and
recommendations.
88VX Series airline respirators are approved by NIOSH
(TC-19C-293 Type C and CE) to provide respiratory protection
in general purpose applications including heavy- and light-duty
abrasive blasting, and Type C and CE painting applications. .
The protective helmet meets ANSI/ISEA Standard Z89.1-2009
Type 1 requirements for protective headwear for industrial
workers, and ANSI/ISEA standard Z87.1-2010, Z87+
High-Impact Face Protection. The cape is designed to protect
the worker’s body from abrasive rebound.
88VX Series respirators are compatible with breathing
air sources such as breathing air compressors or Bullard
Free-Air® Pumps. Bullard offers the appropriate approved
breathing tube assembly and air supply hose to connect the
88VX Series respirator to these breathing air sources.
88VX Series respirators are approved by NIOSH for use with
optional climate control devices offered by Bullard.
Table of Contents
Approval Label ....................................................................................2-3
Component Concept .............................................................................. 4
Warnings ................................................................................................5-6
Cautions/Limitations............................................................................. 6
Operations
Protection .................................................................................................... 6
Breathing Air Requirements ....................................................................6-7
Breathing Air Pressure ............................................................................... 7
Breathing Air Pressure Tables ..............................................................8-10
Typical Breathing Air Source and Respirator Configurations ................. 11
Respirator Assembly
Sizing the Headband ................................................................................. 12
Installing Headband into Inner Shell ....................................................... 13
Attaching Cape to Helmet ......................................................................... 13
Installing Breathing Tube Assembly into Respirator Helmet .................. 13
Using Climate Control Devices ................................................................. 13
Respirator Use
Donning ..................................................................................................... 14
Doffing ....................................................................................................... 14
Inspection, Cleaning, and Storage
Cape .......................................................................................................... 15
Headband and Chin Strap ......................................................................... 15
Helmet ....................................................................................................... 15
Lenses and Window Frame Gasket .......................................................... 15
Breathing Tube Assembly ......................................................................... 16
Air Supply Hoses ....................................................................................... 16
Storage ...................................................................................................... 16
Parts and Accessories for 88VX Series
Airline Respirators .........................................................................17-19
Warranty ................................................................................................. 20
Return Authorization ......................................................................... 20
WARNING
Read all instructions and warnings before using this respirator. Save this manual for future reference. Failure to follow these instructions could result in
death or serious injury.
Bullard
1898 Safety Way
Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303
877-BULLARD (285-5273)
Model 88VX Series
Type C and CE Continuous Flow Supplied-Air Respirator
Approved Only in the Following Configurations:
SA/SB/CF
88VX
ALTERNATE FLOW CONTROL DEVICE
88VXD
36VX
36XLVX
13VX
1316VX
46VX
4616VX
21821
21VX
F30
F30B
F30S
F31
F32
F33
F34
F35
F35B
F35S
F37
F38
F40
F40B
F40S
F41
F42
F43
F44
F47
F48
CT30
CT30B
CT30S
CT30SW
CT30BSW
CT30SSW
CT31
CT32
Ct33
Ct34
CT37
Ct38
HCT30B
HCT30S
HCT30SW
HCT30BSW
HCT30SSW
HCT31
HCT32
HCT33
HCT34
HCT37
HCT38
DC5040
DC5040B
DC5040S
DC5041
DC5042
DC5043
DC5044
DC5047
DC5048
FRIG2000
MODEL
88VXA
19C-293
88VXB
PROTECTION1
88VXC
TC-
88VX SERIES HOODS
RESPIRATOR COMPONENTS
ALTERNATE
HOOD
ASSEMBLIES ALTERNATE CAPE
WITH
ASSEMBLIES
BREATHING
TUBE
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
CF=CONTINUOUS FLOW
SA=SUPPLIED - AIR
SB=ABRASIVE BLAST
2. CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
Approval Label
A. Not for use in atmosphere containing less than 19.5 percent oxygen.
B. Not for use in atmospheres immediately dangerous to life or health.
C. Do not exceed maximum use concentrations established by regulatory standards.
D. Air-line respirators can be used only when the respirators are supplied with respirable air meeting the requirements of CGA G-7.1 Grade D
or higher quality.
E. Use only the pressure ranges and hose lengths specified in the User’s Instructions.
J. Failure to properly use and maintain this product could result in injury or death.
M.All approved respirators shall be selected, fitted, used and maintained in accordance with MSHA, OSHA and other applicable regulations.
N. Never substitute, modify, add or omit parts. Use only exact replacement parts in the configuration specified by the manufacturer.
O. Refer to User’s Instructions, and/or maintenance manuals for information on use and maintenance of these respirators.
S. Special or critical User’s Instruction and/or specific use limitations apply. Refer to User’s Instructions before donning.
2
FRIG2000B
FRIG2000S
AC100030
AC100030B
AC100030S
AC100031
AC100032
AC100033
AC100034
AC100037
AC100038
HC240030
HC240030B
HC240030S
HC240031
HC240032
HC240033
HC240034
HC240037
HC240038
54513
54512
54511
54510
5454
5458
5457
5454GOV
46919
46918
46917
46915
46916
46913
4696
469650
4696100
V2050STSHUTOFF
V2025STSHUTOFF
V2050ST
V20100STSHUTOFF
V20100ST
DC70ML
DC70XLXXL
DC705X
36501
4612
P771B
P771040
P771020
88VXLC
7714
AIR HOSE
ACCESSORIES
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
LENS
XX X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X XX X X X X
CAUTIONS/
LIMITATIONS2
ABCDEJMNOS
Approval Label
3
Component Concept
The Bullard 88VX Series airline respirators consist
of three components (Figure 1): respirator helmet
assembly, breathing tube assembly, and air supply hose.
All components must be present and properly assembled
to constitute a complete NIOSH approved respirator.
➀
Respirator Helmet
with Breathing Tube
Inner Shell
Suspension
Inner and Outer
Window Lenses
Chin Strap
➁
Cape
Cape
Belt
➂
Flow Control
Device
➃
Air Supply Hose
Supplying Grade “D” or Higher Air Quality
➤
(See Breathing Air Requirements on page 6-7)
WARNING
Component Concept
Failure to use complete NIOSH approved Bullard
components and replacement parts voids approval of
entire assembly. Basic parts are listed on the NIOSH
Approval Label on page 2-3. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in death or serious injury.
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Figure 1
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
WARNING
1.This respirator, when properly fitted and used, in conjunction with adherence to OSHA regulations and industry standards, will provide a reasonable
degree of protection to the wearer. The respirator significantly reduces, but may not totally eliminate, the breathing of contaminants depending on the
work practices involved. Where concentrations of contaminants are excessive, respirator wearers may obtain a higher level of protection from a valveoperated, pressure demand airline respirator or a pressure demand, self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) respirator. At this time there are no side
by side field studies for comparison. However, OSHA does assign higher protection factors to these groups of respirators. Ideally, the employer should
measure concentrations inside the breathing zone on a periodic basis to ensure that the wearer is receiving adequate protection.
2.Before using this respirator, Federal Law requires that the employer shall identify and evaluate the respiratory hazard(s) in the workplace, and that this
evaluation shall include a reasonable estimate of employee exposures to respiratory hazard(s) and an identification of the contaminant’s chemical state
and physical form. Do not exceed maximum use concentrations established by OSHA, EPA, NIOSH, ACGIH, or other regulatory standards.
3.Improper respirator use may damage your health and/or cause your death. Improper use may also cause certain life threatening delayed lung diseases
such as silicosis, pneumoconiosis, or asbestosis.
4.DO NOT wear this respirator if any of the following conditions exist:
- Atmosphere is immediately dangerous to your life or health (IDLH),
- You CANNOT escape without the aid of the respirator,
- Atmosphere contains less than 19.5% oxygen,
- Work area is poorly ventilated,
- Unknown contaminants are present, or
- C ontaminant concentrations are in excess of regulations or recommendations (as described in item 2 above).
5.DO NOT wear this respirator until you have passed a complete medical evaluation (perhaps including a lung x-ray) conducted by qualified medical
personnel, and have been trained in the respirator’s use, maintenance, and limitations by a qualified individual (appointed by your employer) who has
extensive knowledge of Bullard 88VX Series respirators.
6.DO NOT modify or alter this respirator in any manner. Use only NIOSH approved 88VX Series components and replacement parts manufactured by
Bullard for use with this respirator.
Failure to use NIOSH-approved Bullard components and replacement parts such as lenses, hoses, flow control devices, capes, and climate control
devices, voids NIOSH approval of the entire respirator, invalidates all Bullard warranties, and could cause death, serious injury, lung disease, or exposure
to other hazardous or life threatening conditions.
7.Inspect all components of this respirator system daily for signs of wear, tear, or damage that might reduce the degree of protection originally provided.
Immediately replace worn or damaged components with NIOSH approved Bullard 88VX Series components or remove the respirator from service. (See
INSPECTION, CLEANING, AND STORAGE section on pages 15-16 for proper maintenance of 88VX Series respirators.)
8.Be certain your employer has determined that the breathing air source provides at least Grade D breathable air. This respirator must be supplied with
clean breathable air at all times.
9.Do not connect the respirator’s air supply hose to nitrogen, oxygen, toxic gases, inert gases, or other unbreathable, non-Grade D air sources. To prevent
this, the employer shall use airline couplings used for this respirator that shall be incompatible with outlets for other gas systems, as required by OSHA
regulation 29 CFR 1910.134 (i) (8). Check the air source before using the respirator. Failure to connect to the proper air source could result in death or
serious injury.
10.Do not use this respirator in poorly ventilated areas or confined spaces such as tanks, small rooms, tunnels, or vessels unless the confined space is well
ventilated and the contaminant concentrations are below the upper limit recommended for this respirator. In addition, follow all procedures for confined
space entry, operation and exit as defined in applicable regulations and standards, including 29 CFR 1910.146.
11.If you have any questions concerning the use of this respirator, or if you are not sure whether the atmosphere you are working in is immediately
dangerous to life or health (IDLH), ask your employer. All instructions for the use and care of this product must be supplied to you by your employer as
recommended by the manufacturer and as required by Federal Law (29 CFR 1910.134).
12.Do not use this respirator for underwater diving.
Warning
13. Leave work area immediately if:
-Any respirator component becomes damaged.
-Airflow into respirator stops or slows down.
Air pressure gauge drops below the minimum specified in the Breathing Air Pressure Table in the 88VX Series User Manual.
-Breathing becomes difficult.
-You become dizzy, nauseous, too hot, too cold, or ill.
-You taste, smell, or see contaminants inside the respirator hood.
-Your vision becomes impaired.
(Continued on Page 6)
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(Continued from Page 5)
WARNING
14. Historically, the incidence of disease from overexposure to toxic substances almost always occurs because the OSHA regulations and industry standards
applicable to the work practices involved are not followed. It is, therefore, imperative that the employer acquaint itself with and follow all of these standards
and regulations. REMEMBER:
-Respiratory protection is but one component of safe work practices. To minimize the chances of overexposure, all safety regulations and standards must
be followed; and
-Respiratory protection is the last line of defense to be employed. The employer must first eliminate or minimize the levels of toxic substances in the work
place by accepted engineering control measures. Assuming the employer and the wearer do their part, this respirator should provide the wearer with an
adequate degree of protection.
Warning/Cautions and Limitations/Operations
Cautions and Limitations
6
A. Not for use in atmospheres containing less than 19.5 percent oxygen.
B.Not for use in atmospheres immediately dangerous to life or health.
C.Do not exceed maximum use concentrations established by regulatory standards.
D.
Airline respirators can be used only when respirators are supplied with
respirable air meeting the requirements of CGA G-7.1 Grade D or higher quality.
E.
Use only the pressure ranges and hose lengths specified in the
instruction manual.
J.Failure to properly use and maintain this product could result in death or
serious injury.
M.All approved respirators shall be selected, fitted, used, and maintained
in accordance with MSHA, OSHA, and other applicable regulations.
N.Never substitute, modify, add, or omit parts. Use only exact replacement
parts in the configuration as specified by the manufacturer.
O.Refer to users instructions, and/or maintenance manuals for information
on use and maintenance of these respirators.
S. Special or critical User’s Instruction and/or specific use limitations
apply. Refer to User’s Instructions before donning.
For technical assistance call or write:
Bullard
1898 Safety Way
Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303
Toll free: 877-BULLARD (285-5273)
Phone: 859-234-6616
Fax: 859-234-6858
Operations
Protection
Respiratory
This respirator is NIOSH approved (TC-19C-293) as a Type C and CE
respirator. It can be worn for general purpose applications, including heavy
and light-duty abrasive blasting, and spray painting.
This respirator is not approved for use in any atmosphere immediately
dangerous to life or health (IDLH), or from which the wearer cannot escape
without the aid of the respirator.
Head
88VX Series respirators meet ANSI Standard Z89.1-2003 Type 1 Class C
requirements for protective headwear for industrial workers. The helmet is
designed to provide limited head protection by reducing the force of falling
objects striking the top of the helmet.
Face
The tandem use of the respirator’s inner and outer windows meet ANSI
Z87.1-2003 (High impact plus Z87 + Face Protection) requirements for face
protection. The use of both windows provide limited face protection from
flying particles or spray of hazardous liquids, but is not shatterproof. There
is no need to apply Anti-Fog to these lenses.
Eyes
88VX Series respirators DO NOT provide eye protection. Wear approved
safety glasses or goggles at all times.
Ears
88VX Series respirators DO NOT provide hearing protection. Use properly fitted
earmuffs, earplugs or other protection when exposed to high noise levels.
Breathing Air Requirements
Air Quality
Respirable, breathing air must be supplied to the point-of-attachment of
the approved Bullard air supply hose. The point-of-attachment is the point
at which the air supply hose connects to the air source. A pressure gauge
attached to the air source is used to monitor the pressure of air provided to
the respirator wearer (Figure 2, Page 6, and Figure 3, Page 11).
WARNING
This respirator MUST be supplied with clean, breathable air, Grade D
or better, at all times. This respirator does NOT purify air or filter out
contaminants. Failure to follow these instructions could result in death
or serious injury.
Supplied breathing air must AT LEAST meet the requirements for Type 1
gaseous air as described in the Compressed Gas Association Commodity
Specification G-7.1 (Grade D or higher quality), and as specified by Federal
Law 42 CFR, Part 84, Subpart J, 84.141(b) and 29 CFR 1910.134(i).
Respirator
Air Supply
Hose
Point-of-Attachment
(Use either a V13
hose-to-hose pipe adapter
or a quick-disconnect
coupler to attach the air
supply hose.)
Pressure
Gauge
Grade “D”
Breathable
Air Source
Figure 2
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
The requirements for Grade D breathable air include:
Oxygen ................................................................19.5-23.5%
Hydrocarbons (condensed)
in mg/m3 ..................................................... 5 mg/m3 max.
Carbon monoxide.............................................. 10 ppm max.
Carbon dioxide............................................. 1,000 ppm max.
Odor.................................................Lack of noticeable odor
No toxic contaminants at levels that make
to breathe.
Make sure you understand the information in the Breathing Air Pressure
Table before using this respirator.
1. Determine the type of air source you are using, then find your flow
control valve/climate control device (column 1).
2. Be sure your Bullard air supply hose(s) (column 3) is approved for use
with your flow control valve/climate control device.
unsafe
3. Determine that your Bullard air supply hose is within the approved length
(column 3).
Contact the Compressed Gas Association (1725 Jefferson Davis Hwy,
Arlington, VA 22202) for complete details on Commodity Specification G-7.1.
4. Make sure you have not exceeded the maximum number of hose sections
(column 3).
Air Source
Locate the source of supplied air whether it is an air compressor or
an ambient air pump, such as a Bullard Free-Air pump, in a clean air
environment. Locate the air source far enough from your work site to
ensure the air remains contaminant-free. Always use an inlet filter on your
air source.
5. Set the air pressure at the point-of-attachment within the required
pressure range (column 3) for your flow control valve/climate control
device, and air supply hose type and length. Accurate pressure readings
can only be attained when air is flowing into the respirator.
air
Use suitable after-cooler/dryers, filters, carbon monoxide monitors and
alarms, like the Bullard Clean Air Box (CAB) Series, as necessary to assure
clean, breathable air at all times.
The air should be regularly sampled to be sure that it meets Grade D
requirements.
Breathing Air Pressure
Air pressure must be continually monitored at the point-of-attachment
while operating this respirator. A reliable air pressure gauge must be
present to permit you to continually monitor the pressure during actual
respirator operation.
NIOSH approved Bullard air supply hose(s) MUST be used between the
breathing tube connection fitting on the wearer’s belt and the point-ofattachment to the air supply (Figure 3, Page 11).
NIOSH approved Bullard quick-disconnect fittings MUST be used to
connect V20 hose lengths together. When connecting lengths of V10 hose,
only use Bullard V11 hose-to-hose adapters. Secure connection(s) until
wrenchtight and leakfree. Total connected hose length and number of
hoses MUST be within the ranges specified on the Breathing Air Pressure
Table (Page 8-10) and the respirator’s NIOSH approval label (Page 2-3).
The breathing tube connection fitting MUST be secured to the belt that is
supplied with this respirator. Securing the air entry connection fitting helps
prevent the air supply hose from snagging, disconnecting or pulling the
respirator helmet off your head.
WARNING
Failure to supply the minimum required pressure at the point-ofattachment for your hose length and type will reduce airflow and could
result in death or serious injury.
The Breathing Air Pressure Table (page 8-10) defines the air pressure
ranges necessary to provide 88VX Series respirators with a volume of air
that falls within the required range of 6-15 cfm or 170-425 lpm (Ref. 42 CFR,
Part 84, Subpart J, Table 8).
Operations
7
S - Special or Critical Users Instructions
Breathing Air Pressure Table
These tables define the air pressure ranges necessary to provide the 88VX with a volume of air that falls within the required
range of 6-15 or 170-425 lpm according to U.S. Government Regulations (42 CFR, Subpart J, 84.150, Table 8). First, find the
table with the correct flow control device, then find the air supply hose length, the value within the corresponding box represents
the proper operating air pressure.
F30 Series Constant Flow Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
1
2
3
V10 Air Supply Hose Lengths
Flow Control Device
Nipple Type
25’ (1*)
50’ (2*)
100’ (3*)
150’ (4*)
200’ (5*)
250' -300' (5*)
F30, F30B, F30S
Industrial Interchange
14-15
15-18
19-24
23-29
25-34
31-39
F31
Schrader
14-15
15-18
19-24
23-29
25-34
31-39
F32
Snap Tite
14-15
15-18
19-24
23-29
25-34
31-39
F33
Snap Tite Brass
14-15
15-18
19-24
23-29
25-34
31-39
F34
Snap Tite Stainless
14-15
15-18
19-24
23-29
25-34
31-39
F37
CEJN
14-15
15-18
19-24
23-29
25-34
31-39
F38
Bayonet
14-15
15-18
19-24
23-29
25-34
31-39
AC1000 Series Cool Tube Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
1
2
Flow Control Device
Nipple Type
AC100030 (S) (B)
3
V10 Air Supply Hose Lengths
25'-50' (2*)
75'-150' (3)
175'-300'
Industrial Interchange
55-65
60-70
65-75
AC100031
Schrader
55-65
60-70
65-75
AC100032
Snap Tite
55-65
60-70
65-75
AC100033
Snap Tite Brass
55-65
60-70
65-75
AC100034
Snap Tite Stainless
55-65
60-70
65-75
AC100037
CEJN
55-65
60-70
65-75
AC100038
Bayonet
55-65
60-70
65-75
DC50 Series Dual Cool Tube Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
1
2
Flow Control Device
Nipple Type
50' (2*)
100' (3*)
150' (3*)
200' (3*)
250' (3*)
DC5040 (S) (B)
Industrial Interchange
48-52
59-63
68-72
80-84
85-92
90-98
DC5041
Schrader
48-52
59-63
68-72
80-84
85-92
90-98
DC5042
Snap Tite
48-52
59-63
68-72
80-84
85-92
90-98
DC5043
Snap Tite Brass
48-52
59-63
68-72
80-84
85-92
90-98
DC5044
Snap Tite Stainless
48-52
59-63
68-72
80-84
85-92
90-98
DC5047
CEJN
48-52
59-63
68-72
80-84
85-92
90-98
DC5048
Bayonet
48-52
59-63
68-72
80-84
85-92
90-98
Breathing Air Tables
* Indicates the maximum number of hose sections allowed.
8
3
V10 Air Supply Hose Lengths
300' (5*)
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
S - Special or Critical Users Instructions
Breathing Air Pressure Table
These tables define the air pressure ranges necessary to provide the 88VX with a volume of air that falls within the required range of 6-15 or
170-425 lpm according to U.S. Government Regulations (42 CFR, Subpart J, 84.150, Table 8). First, find the table with the correct flow control
device, then find the air supply hose length, the value within the corresponding box represents the proper operating air pressure.
CT Series Cool Tube Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
1
2
3
V10 Air Supply Hose Lengths
Flow Control Device
Nipple Type
25' (1*)
50' (2*)
75' (2*)
100' (3*)
150' (3*)
200' (4*)
250' (4*)
300' (5*)
CT30, CT30B, CT30S
Industrial Interchange
54-56
57-58
59-61
60-64
68-71
71-75
74-78
80-85
CT30SW (Swivel)
Industrial Interchange
57-59
61-62
67-67
64-68
71-75
72-79
76-83
78-87
CT31
Schrader
50-51
53-55
55-58
57-61
64-68
65-72
71-78
74-82
CT32
Snap Tite
49-50
53-53
55-56
57-59
63-68
67-71
71-78
75-81
CT33
Snap Tite Brass
49-50
53-53
55-56
57-59
63-68
67-71
71-78
75-81
CT34
Snap Tite Stainless
49-50
53-53
55-56
57-59
63-68
67-71
71-78
75-81
CT37
CEJN
44-44
49-49
53-53
53-56
59-63
63-68
67-75
70-79
CT38
Bayonet
54-57
58-60
61-63
61-67
67-73
70-77
75-82
77-85
HCT Series Hot/Cold Tube (Hot Air to Hood) Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
1
2
3
V10 Air Supply Hose Lengths
Flow Control Device
Nipple Type
25' (1*)
50' (2*)
75' (2*)
100' (3*)
150' (3*)
200' (4*)
250' (4*)
300' (5*)
HCT30 (S) (B)
Industrial Interchange
53-65
56-60
59-66
62-68
69-74
73-79
78-84
82-88
HCT30SW (Swivel)
Industrial Interchange
62-75
62-77
67-80
70-75
76-87
78-90
84-90
87-98
HCT31
Schrader
53-67
56-60
59-65
62-67
68-75
72-85
78-90
81-88
HCT32
Snap Tite
51-64
54-67
57-70
60-72
68-78
71-82
77-88
80-92
HCT33
Snap Tite Brass
51-64
54-67
57-70
60-72
68-78
71-82
77-88
80-92
HCT34
Snap Tite Stainless
51-64
54-67
57-70
60-72
68-78
71-82
77-88
80-92
HCT37
CEJN
46-60
50-51
53-67
56-68
64-77
68-80
74-85
77-89
HCT38
Bayonet
57-71
61-74
64-77
68-78
73-85
76-88
82-94
85-97
300' (5*)
HCT Series Hot/Cold Tube (Cold Air To Hood) Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
1
2
3
V10 Air Supply Hose Lengths
Nipple Type
25' (1*)
50' (2*)
75' (2*)
100' (3*)
150' (3*)
200' (4*)
250' (4*)
HCT30 (S) (B)
Industrial Interchange
61-62
65-66
68-69
71-72
77-80
81-82
87-89
91-95
HCT30SW (Swivel)
Industrial Interchange
72-73
74-77
80-80
77-84
89-90
90-92
92-97
98-100
HCT31
Schrader
65-67
66-67
72-73
72-78
79-86
85-90
90-96
91-97
HCT32
Snap Tite
61-63
66-67
68-69
71-72
78-80
82-84
87-91
91-95
HCT33
Snap Tite Brass
61-63
66-67
68-69
71-72
78-80
82-84
87-91
91-95
HCT34
Snap Tite Stainless
61-63
66-67
68-69
71-72
78-80
82-84
87-91
91-95
HCT37
CEJN
57-58
60-61
65-65
67-69
74-75
78-80
84-86
88-90
HCT38
Bayonet
68-69
72-73
76-76
77-80
84-87
87-91
93-97
96-100
* Indicates the maximum number of hose sections allowed.
Breathing Air Pressure Tables
Flow Control Device
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S - Special or Critical Users Instructions
Breathing Air Pressure Table
These tables define the air pressure ranges necessary to provide the 88VX with a volume of air that falls within the required
range of 6-15 or 170-425 lpm according to U.S. Government Regulations (42 CFR, Subpart J, 84.150, Table 8). First, find the
table with the correct flow control device, then find the air supply hose length, the value within the corresponding box represents
the proper operating air pressure.
F40 Series Adjustable Flow Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
1
2
3
V10 Air Supply Hose Lengths
Flow Control Device
Nipple Type
25' (1*)
50' (2*)
100' (3*)
150' (4*)
200' (5*)
250'-300' (5*)
F40, F40B, F40S
Industrial Interchange
22-25
24-27
27-32
30-37
33-40
38-45
F41
Schrader
22-25
24-27
27-32
30-37
33-40
38-45
F42
Snap Tite
22-25
24-27
27-32
30-37
33-40
38-45
F43
Snap Tite Brass
22-25
24-27
27-32
30-37
33-40
38-45
F44
Snap Tite Stainless
22-25
24-27
27-32
30-37
33-40
38-45
F47
CEJN
22-25
24-27
27-32
30-37
33-40
38-45
F48
Bayonet
22-25
24-27
27-32
30-37
33-40
38-45
HC2400 Series Hot/Cold Tube Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
1
2
Flow Control Device
Nipple Type
HC240030 (B) (S)
3
V10 Air Supply Hose Lengths
25' (1*)
50' (2*)
100' (3*)
150' (4*)
200' (4*)
250' (5*)
300' (5*)
Industrial Interchange
61-63
63-65
68-70
73-75
77-79
80-82
84-86
HC240031
Schrader
61-63
63-65
68-70
73-75
77-79
80-82
84-86
HC240032
Snap Tite
61-63
63-65
68-70
73-75
77-79
80-82
84-86
HC240033
Snap Tite Brass
61-63
63-65
68-70
73-75
77-79
80-82
84-86
HC240034
Snap Tite Stainless
61-63
63-65
68-70
73-75
77-79
80-82
84-86
HC240037
CEJN
61-63
63-65
68-70
73-75
77-79
80-82
84-86
HC240038
Bayonet
61-63
63-65
68-70
73-75
77-79
80-82
84-86
Frigitron Free Air Pump Cool Tube and F35 Constant Flow Pressure Table (pressures in psi)
Breathing Air Pressure Tables
1
10
2
3
V20 Air Supply Hose Lengths
Flow Control Device
Nipple Type
50' (1*)
100' (2*)
200' (2*)
300' (3*)
FRIGITRON2000
Industrial Interchange
16-22
18-25
22-30
25-34
FRIGITRON2000B
Industrial Interchange
16-22
18-25
22-30
25-34
FRIGITRON2000S
Industrial Interchange
16-22
18-25
22-30
25-34
F35
Industrial Interchange
4-6
6-8
10-15
13-18
F35B
Industrial Interchange
4-6
6-8
10-15
13-18
F35S
Industrial Interchange
4-6
6-8
10-15
13-18
* Indicates the maximum number of hose sections allowed.
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
Typical Breathing Air Source and Respirator Configurations (Figure 3)
Bullard Free-Air® Pump
Point-of-Attachment
Bullard 88VX Series
Airline Respirator
Grade D Breathing Air
Cylinder System
Point-of-Attachment
Air Control System
Connection Fitting
Bullard Air Supply Hose
Point-of-Attachment
Bullard 41 Series
Airline Filter
Compressed Breathing Air System
Point-of-Attachment
The point-of-attachment is the point at which the air supply
hose connects to the air source. A pressure gauge attached to
the air source is used to monitor the pressure of air provided
to the respirator wearer.
Breathing Air Compressor
with storage tank
Air Source/Respirator Configurations
Suitable After-Cooler/Dryers with filters and
carbon monoxide monitor as required
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Respirator Assembly
Helmet
Before assembling this respirator, read the warning labels
on the inside of the respirator cape and the helmet shell and
this manual in full.
Back of helmet
Helmet grove
Window latch
Remove and read the warning card inserted between the
respirator’s two lenses.
Window frame
Top rim of cape
Sizing the Headband
Before you can size the headband suspension, the cape
and headband must be removed from the helmet using the
following steps:
Window latch strike
Cape
Cape cable
1. Open hinged window frame by lifting up on window latch.
Table or workbench
2. Remove cape from helmet by lifting up on clamp and
disengaging cape from helmet groove (Figure 4).
Figure 4
3. Turn helmet upside down. To remove inner shell from
helmet, hook index finger into loop on back of inner shell.
Press thumb against helmet rim and pull loop toward front
of helmet, then pull up and away from helmet (Figure 5).
This releases inner shell.
Figure 5
4. To change the headband size, first determine whether you
have a pinlock or ratchet headband.
For pinlock headbands, unlock the four pins from the
sizing holes. Place the headband on your head. Pull down,
allowing headband to expand until it feels comfortable.
The headband will automatically adjust to your size. Lock
into place by pushing the four pins into the sizing holes
(Figure 6a).
To size a ratchet headband, turn ratchet knob until
headband is at its largest size. Place suspension on your
head and adjust ratchet knob to a comfortable fit (Figure
6b). An optional chin strap is available for additional
comfort and stability.
8
64
77/8 73/4 75/8
63
62
61
SIZE
Figure 6a
71/2 73/8 71/8
60
59
58
7
57
6 5/8 61/2
6 7/8 6 3/4 54 53
56
55
5. Remove headband from your head.
Adjust Crown Straps for Vertical Fit
Figure 6b
Respirator Assembly
To improve suspension comfort, adjust crown straps
vertically by repositioning the crown strap posts in the crown
straps. Vertical adjustment makes the headband ride higher
or lower on the wearer’s head. To adjust, push crown strap
post from slot, move to new slot, and snap in to secure.
Move key to desired vertical position. Repeat for other
crown strap post (Figure 7).
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Ratchet
Knob
Crown strap
Brow pad
Crown
strap post
Figure 7
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
Installing Headband into Inner Shell
1. Turn inner shell and headband suspension upside down.
2. Place headband inside shell with brow pad facing front of shell.
3. Insert keys into respective key slots. Push firmly until keys snap into
place (Figure 8).
Installing Breathing Tube Assembly onto
Respirator Helmet
1. Connect breathing tube assembly to helmet by screwing plastic hose
connector to fitting located on the side of the helmet. Turn clockwise to
tighten (Figure 9).
Figure 9
Figure 8
4. Insert inner shell into helmet with front of shell tilted down. Align round
hole located at front of shell with washer at inside front of helmet. Press
back of shell into helmet until it snaps in place.
Using the 20NC Chin Strap
1. Attach chin strap to inner shell by sliding chin strap keyway slot over
plastic head on button inside the inner shell. Refer to 20NC chin strap
installation instructions.
NOTE
Do not remove foam from inside the breathing tube. The foam
helps reduce the noise level of the incoming air.
Using Climate Control Devices
88VX Series respirators are approved by NIOSH for use with seven optional
Bullard climate control devices: AC1000 Series, DC50 Series, HC2400
Series, Frigitron 2000 Series, HCT Series and CT Series.
2. Put helmet on your head. Adjust chin strap length with the plastic slide.
1. Follow the instructions supplied with your climate control device.
Optional Lens Covers
1. If desired, apply optional lens covers designed to protect the respirator’s
plastic lens. Apply 2-3 lens covers at a time.
2. Be sure to use only the 88VXBT with your climate control device.
2. When lens becomes soiled, remove by pulling tab at edge of lens cover
to clear your vision. 4. Firmly tighten hose connector by hand (Figure 10).
3. Screw nylon hose connector on end of breathing tube to hose thread on
climate control device.
5. Lace belt supplied with respirator through belt loop bracket on climate
control device.
Attaching Cape to Helmet
1. Place cape on table or workbench. (Figure 4, page 12)
2. With window frame open, place helmet on top of cape.
3. Line up the clamp on the cape with the front center of the helmet (Figure 4,
page 12).
Figure 10
NOTE
Installation is easiest when started at the front of cape and helmet.
4. Ease cape rim completely into the groove along helmet edge, working
your way to the back. Be certain cape is completely in place at every
point along helmet’s bottom edge.
5. Snap the clamp to tighten cable and hold cape snugly on helmet, while
ensuring the cape stays in the groove.
Respirator Assembly
6. Close and latch window frame.
WARNING
Only use climate control devices manufactured by Bullard. Substituting
other climate control devices will void the NIOSH approval and could
result in death or serious injury.
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88VX Respirator Use
WARNING
Do not put on or remove this respirator in a hazardous atmosphere.
Do not remove this respirator in a hazardous atmosphere except for
emergency escape purposes. Failure to follow these instructions could
result in death or serious injury.
Doffing
When finished working, leave work area wearing respirator and with air
still flowing. Once outside contaminated area, remove respirator and then
disconnect the air supply hose using the quick-disconnect fittings.
NOTE
If using V20 Series (1/2” I.D.) air supply hose, the quick-disconnect
coupler does not have a shut-off valve. Therefore, air will continue
to flow freely after disconnecting hose from respirator.
Donning
Before using your 88VX Series respirator, complete the assembly
instructions given on pages 12-13. Before putting on respirator, make sure
there is no dirt, dust, or contaminants inside the helmet.
WARNING
Leave work immediately if:
- Any respirator component becomes damaged.
1. Connect the Bullard air supply hose that is part of the NIOSH approved
assembly to the air source supplying Grade D breathing air. Turn on the
breathing air source.
- Airflow into respirator helmet stops or slows down.
2. With air flowing, connect breathing tube assembly to air supply hose.
Connect quick-disconnect fitting on breathing tube assembly to quickdisconnect coupler on air supply hose. Once fitting is secured, release
coupling sleeve to lock fittings together. Pull on both hoses to make sure
they are attached securely.
- Breathing becomes difficult.
- You become dizzy, nauseous, too hot, too cold or ill.
- You taste, smell or see contaminants inside respirator helmet.
- Vision becomes impaired.
3. Adjust air pressure at point-of-attachment (Figure 2, Page 6) to within
the approved pressure range on the Breathing Air Pressure Table (Page
8-10) for approved pressure ranges.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in death or serious injury.
4. With air still flowing, lower 88VX Series respirator helmet onto your head
for a comfortable fit.
5. Position headband for a comfortable fit. See instructions on pages 12 and
13 for proper headband sizing.
6. Pull elastic chin strap under your chin and adjust for a secure and
comfortable fit. The chin strap will help balance the helmet and should
be worn at all times.
7. Be sure that the knitted inner neck cuff fits snugly around your neck to
help provide a barrier to airborne contaminants.
- Air pressure gauge drops below the minimum specified in the
Breathing Air Pressure Table (page 8-10).
WARNING
Do not leave respirator in work area. Respirable dust contaminants
can remain suspended in the air for more than one hour after
work activity ceases, even though you may not see them. Proper
work practice requires you to wear the respirator until you are
outside the contaminated area. Failure to don, doff and store the
respirator outside of contaminated area could result in exposure
to contaminants. Failure to follow these instructions could result in
death or serious injury.
88VX Respirator Use/Donning/Doffing
8. With breathing tube assembly attached to the helmet, fasten belt around
waist or hips and adjust for comfort.
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9. Pull respirator cape around your body and secure sides by connecting
the snap hooks. If using the Golden Gate cape, first secure the ties that
connect in back, then in front. If using the Hibernia parka, tighten belt
at waist.
10. Recheck air pressure and adjust if necessary.
11. With air still flowing into your respirator, you are now ready to enter
work area.
NOTE
OSHA respirator regulations do not require fit testing of loose
fitting air hoods and helmets.
Adjust neck cuff
Always wear respirator in work area
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
Inspection, Cleaning and
Storage
Bullard’s 88VX Series respirators have a limited service
life. Therefore, a regular inspection and replacement
program must be conducted. Certain parts such as capes
and lenses must be replaced frequently.
The 88VX Series respirator and all component parts and
assemblies should be inspected for damage or excessive
wear, before and after each use, to ensure proper
functioning. Immediately remove the respirator from
service and replace parts or assemblies that show any
sign of failure or excessive wear that might reduce the
degree of protection originally provided.
Your respirator cape may be
machine washed
Use only complete NIOSH approved Bullard 88VX Series
components and replacement parts on this respirator.
Refer to parts list (Pages 17-19) for correct part numbers.
Since respirator use and the quality of maintenance
performed vary with each job site, it is impossible to
provide a specific time frame for respirator replacement.
As a general guideline, the 88VX Series respirator should
be replaced after two years of service or less.
This respirator should be cleaned and sanitized at least
weekly, or more often if subjected to heavy use. Respirators
used by more than one person must be cleaned, inspected
and sanitized after each use. If not cleaned, contamination
may cause illness or disease.
REMEMBER, THE AIR YOU BREATHE WILL NOT BE CLEAN
UNLESS THE RESPIRATOR YOU WEAR IS CLEAN.
Cape
Inspection
Remove the cape from the respirator helmet and inspect
it for rips, tears or damage from excessive wear that
might reduce the degree of protection originally provided.
Inspect the inner neck cuff for elasticity.
If you detect any of these signs, replace your cape
immediately or remove the respirator from service.
Cleaning
Machine wash the cape in cold or warm water using a
gentle cycle. Use a mild laundry detergent. Air-dry only.
After cleaning, carefully inspect the cape once again for
signs of damage.
Do not use volatile solvents to clean this respirator or any
parts and assemblies. Strong cleaning and disinfecting
agents, and many solvents, can damage the plastic parts.
Inspection
Remove the headband suspension and chin strap from
the inner shell. Inspect the headband for cracks, frayed
or cut crown straps, torn headband or size adjustment
slots, loss of pliability or other signs of excessive wear.
Check the chin strap for loss of elasticity, cuts and cracked
hanger clips.
If damage is detected, replace parts immediately with Bullard
replacement parts or remove the respirator from service.
Cleaning
The headband suspension and chin strap should be handsponged with warm water and mild detergent, rinsed and
air-dried. After cleaning and before reassembling, once
again carefully inspect the parts for signs of damage.
Helmet
Inspection
Inspect the helmet and inner shell for nicks, gouges,
cracks, holes and any damage due to impact, rough
treatment or wear.
If damage is detected, replace parts immediately with
Bullard replacement parts or remove the respirator
from service.
Cleaning
The helmet, inner shell, and window frame should be
hand-sponged with warm water and mild detergent,
rinsed and air-dried.
After cleaning and before reassembling, once again
carefully inspect the helmet and parts for signs of damage
Lenses and Window Frame Gasket
Inspection
Be sure the plastic inner lens fits securely in the window
frame gasket. Remove any grit or dust from the gasket.
Be sure the plastic outer lens is installed underneath the
clamps on the back of the outer window frame. Inspect
the window frame gasket closely for cuts, wear or damage
that will prevent a proper seal against the inner faceshield
lens or the helmet window frame.
If damage is detected, replace parts immediately with
Bullard replacement parts or remove the respirator
from service.
Cleaning
To clean the lenses, hand-sponge with warm water and
mild detergent, rinse and air-dry.
WARNING
Do not use lenses other than those listed on the next
page. Substituting other lenses voids the NIOSH
approval. Use of non-Bullard lenses may allow
contaminants to enter the respirator and could result
in death or serious injury.
Inspection, Cleaning, and Storage
WARNING
Do not substitute any capes other than those
manufactured by Bullard. Substituting other capes
will void the NIOSH approval and could result in death
or serious injury.
Headband and Chin Strap
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NOTE
All Bullard lenses are stamped with the appropriate Bullard part
number described below.
Bullard Lens Description
Inner lens for 88VX Series Respirators (oval)
Outer lenses for 88VX Series Respirators (oval)
Outer lenses for 88VX Series Respirators (rectangular) Part No.
P771B
B771040
B771R
Breathing Tube Assembly
Inspection
Inspect the breathing tube for tears, cracks, holes, or excessive wear that
might reduce the degree of protection originally provided. If any signs of
excessive wear are present, replace the breathing tube immediately or
remove the respirator from service.
Cleaning
To clean the breathing tube, hand-sponge with warm water and mild
detergent, being careful not to get water inside. Rinse and air-dry. After
cleaning, once again carefully inspect breathing tube for signs of damage.
Cleaning
The air supply hose(s) should be hand-sponged with warm water and mild
detergent, rinsed and air-dried. Do not get water inside the air supply
hose. After cleaning, once again carefully inspect air supply hose(s) for
signs of damage.
WARNING
Only use hoses that are NIOSH approved for use with this respirator.
Other hoses could reduce airflow and protection, and expose the
wearer to life threatening conditions. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in death or serious injury.
Storage
After reusable respirator components have been cleaned, dried and
inspected, place them in a plastic bag or an airtight container.
Store the respirator and parts where they will be protected from
contamination, distortion and damage from elements such as dust, direct
sunlight, heat, extreme cold, excessive moisture and harmful chemicals.
CAUTION
Do not cut or remove foam that is inside the breathing tube. The foam
helps reduce the noise level of the incoming air supply. It does not
filter or purify your breathing air. NIOSH has approved this respirator
with the foam in place. Failure to observe these instructions may
result in minor or moderate injury.
Air Supply Hose
Inspection
The starter and extension hose(s) should be inspected closely for abrasions,
corrosion, cuts, cracks and blistering. Be sure the hose fittings are crimped
tightly to the hose so that air cannot escape. Make sure the hose has not
been kinked or crushed by any equipment that may have rolled over it.
Inspection, Cleaning, and Storage
If any of the above signs are present or any other signs of excessive wear
are detected, replace the air supply hose(s) immediately or remove the
respirator from service.
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Store in a clean place away from
contaminants
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
Parts and Accessories for 88VX Series Airline Respirators
88VX Series supplied-air respirators consist of four components: 1.) respirator helmet assembly with breathing tube, 2.) cape, 3.) flow control
device, and 4.) air supply hose. There are options for some components to fit customer specifications. All components must be present and properly
assembled, including a Bullard air supply hose, to constitute a complete NIOSH approved respirator (Approval No. TC-19C-293, Type C and CE).
CATALOG NUMBERDESCRIPTION
CATALOG
NUMBERDESCRIPTION
Parts for 88VX Series Respirators
DC5040
DUAL-COOL tube - 1/4” Industrial Interchange
(steel) quick disconnect fitting. Order DUAL-COOL vest separately
88VXTGP
4-point headband suspension with sizing posts
and poly brow pad (25/pkg)
88VXRTP
4-point headband suspension with Flex-Gear
ratchet sizing knob and poly brow pad (25/pkg)
20NC
Elastic Chin Strap
88CK
Breathing tube connector kit
88VXAK
Oval door/Gasket/Latch Kit Assembly
88VXRAK
Rectangular door/Gasket/Latch Kit Assembly
BFW
Box Front Adapter Kit, complete
(for 88 and 88VX Series only)
77GLT
Tempered Glass Lens for BFW
77LG
Box Front Lens Gasket
G4613
88VXR Window Frame Gasket (rectangular)
G7713
88VXR Window Frame Gasket (oval)
88VXUGK
88VX Upgrade Kit:
Includes 88VXAK, 99PL, 88VXTG, 46VX
GVXCP
Cheek pads
Lenses and Mylar Covers
Lenses for 88VX Series (oval)
P771B
Inner Tritan Lens, .040” thick (25/pkg)
B771B
Inner Tritan Lens, .040” thick (200/bx)
Lenses for 88VX Series
7714
Clear Rectangular Mylar Lens Cover, Adhesive
Backed (25/pkg)
88VXLC
Clear Oval Mylar Lens Cover, Perforated-Edges
with pull tab (25/pkg)
88VXOLG
Outer Lens, Tinted Green, .042” thick (25/pkg)
88VXOLT
Outer Lens, Tinted Green, .030” thick (25/pkg)
Capes
46VX 13VX 21821
36VX
36XLVX
Tan Nylon Cape - 28” length
Tan Nylon Cape - 38” length
Tan Nylon Cape, Golden Gate Style - 38” length
Hibernia Parka -Tan Nylon Parka
with sleeves - 38” length
Hibernia Parka - Tan Nylon Parka
with sleeves - 38” length, extra-large
Flow Control Devices (Includes Belt)
Dual-Cool Vest
DC70ML
DUAL-COOL vest. Size: M/L. Order DUAL-COOL
tube separately.
DC70XLXXL DUAL-COOL vest. Size: XL/XXL. Order DUAL-COOL
tube separately.
DC705X
DUAL-COOL vest. Size 5X. Order DUAL-COOL tube separately.
CH60
Connector hose for use with DUAL-COOL
Replacement Parts for Breathing Tube Assemblies
88VXBT
4612
F30 F35
F40
Breathing tube only, with threaded hose connectors
Belt, nylon webbing
Constant flow control valve
1/4” Industrial Interchange (steel)
Constant flow control valve,
1/2” Industrial Interchange (steel)
Adjustable flow control valve,
1/4” Industrial Interchange (steel)
Air Supply Hose Kits
V10 Series Hoses (3/8” I.D.) for use with breathing air compressors
4696
25-foot Starter hose with 1/4”
Industrial Interchange Q.D. coupler and male nipple
46913
25-foot Starter hose with 1/4”
Schrader Q.D. coupler
46915
25-foot Starter hose with 1/4”
Snap-Tite Q.D. coupler
5454
25-foot Extension hose
5457
50-foot Extension hose
5458
100-foot Extension hose
V20 Series Hoses (1/2” I.D.) for use with
Free-Air Pumps
V2050ST
50-foot Starter/Extension hose with 1/2” Industrial Interchange Q.D. coupler
V20100ST
100-foot Starter/Extension hose with 1/2” Industrial Interchange Q.D. coupler
Ordering Information
Adjustable Flow
EVX40
Breathing tube assembly - 1/4” Industrial
Interchange (steel) quick-disconnect fitting
AC100030
Air Conditioner - 1/4” Industrial Interchange (steel) quick-disconnect fitting
Frigitron Air Conditioner - 1/2” Industrial Interchange
2000
(steel) quick-disconnect fitting, (for use with Bullard EDP30 Free-Air pump)
HC240030
Hot/Cold tube - 1/4” Industrial Interchange (steel) quick-disconnect fitting
CT30
Cool Tube - 1/4” Industrial Interchange (steel) quick-disconnect fitting
HCT30
Hot/Cold tube - 1/4” Industrial Interchange (steel) quick-disconnect fitting
Constant Flow
EVX30
Breathing tube assembly - 1/4” Industrial
Interchange (steel) quick-disconnect fitting
EVX35
Breathing tube assembly - 1/2” Industrial
Interchange (steel) quick-disconnect fitting
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CATALOG NUMBERDESCRIPTION
CATALOG
NUMBERDESCRIPTION
Quick-Disconnect Nipples
Quick-Disconnect Hose Adapters
1/4” Industrial Interchange
S9841
With 1/4” Female NPT
V17
With 3/8” Female NPT
V11
V12
V13
1/4” Schrader
S19432
With 1/4” Female NPT
S19433
With 3/8” Female NPT
13VX
46VX
To order replacement parts, contact your local
Bullard distributor or the Bullard Customer Service
Department.
1/4” Snap-Tite
S19442
With 1/4” Female NPT
S17651
With 3/8” Female NPT
Bullard
1898 Safety Way
Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303
Toll Free: 877-BULLARD (285-5273)
Phone: 859-234-6616
Facsimile: 859-234-6858
Quick-Disconnect Couplers (Shut-off Type)
1/4” Industrial Interchange
V14
With 1/4” Female NPT
V15
With 3/8” Male NPT
1/4” Schrader
V18
With 1/4” Female NPT
CT
1/4” Snap-Tite
V19
With 1/4” Female NPT
MV2400
Hose-to-hose, 3/8” hose to 3/8” hose
Hose-to-pipe, 3/8” hose to 1/4” pipe
Hose-to-pipe, 3/8” hose to 3/8” pipe
HC2400
88VXBT
AC1000
88VXBT
Frigitron 2000
Other Available Flow Control Assemblies (Without Breathing Tube)
CATALOG NUMBERDESCRIPTION
Ordering Information
Adjustable Flow
F40B1/4” Industrial Interchange (brass)
F40S
1/4” Industrial Interchange (stainless steel)
F41
1/4” Schrader
F42
1/4” Snap-Tite (steel)
F43
1/4” Snap-Tite (brass)
F44
1/4” Snap-Tite (stainless steel)
F47
1/4” Cejn
F48
1/4” Bayonet
18
Air Supply Hose
5454, 5457, 5458,
V2050ST, V20100ST
HCT
88VXBT
Constant Flow
F30B
1/4” Industrial Interchange (brass)
F30S
1/4” Industrial Interchange (stainless steel)
F31
1/4” Schrader
F32
1/4” Snap-Tite (steel)
F33
1/4” Snap-Tite (brass)
F34
1/4” Snap-Tite (stainless steel)
F37
1/4” Cejn
F38
1/4” Bayonet
F35B
1/2” Industrial Interchange (brass)
F35S
1/2” Industrial Interchange (stainless steel)
Adjustable Climate Control Tubes
Cold Only
20NC
21VX
Cold Only
AC100030(S)(B) CT30 (S)(B)
N/A
CT30SW (S)(B)
AC100031CT31
AC100032CT32
AC100033CT33
AC100034CT34
AC100037CT37
AC100038
CT38
Hot/Cold
Hot/Cold
HC240030(S)(B) HCT30(S)(B)
N/A
HCT30SW
HC240031HCT31
HC240032HCT32
HC240033HCT33
HC240034HCT34
HC240037HCT37
HC240038
HCT38
Dual-Cool Coupling Type
DC5040(S)(B)
N/A
DC5041
DC5042
DC5043
DC5044
DC5047
DC5048
1/4” Industrial Interchange
1/4” Industrial Interchange w/Dynaswivel
1/4” Schrader
1/4” Snap-Tite (steel)
1/4” Snap-Tite (brass)
1/4” Snap-Tite (stainless steel)
1/4” CEJN
1/4” Bayonet
88VXRTP
88VXTGP
88VX Series Airline Respirator
User Manual
88VX Series Respirator Replacement Parts
88VXBT
88VXBT
CH60
F35
F40
4612
DC70ML
DC70XLXXL
DC705X
4612
Breathing Tube Assembly Constant Airflow
EVX35
Breathing Tube Assembly Adjustable Airflow
EVX40
DC5040
Kit 88VXAK
Kit 88VXRAK
771
771B
7714
461B
88BFW
771R
461 or
461R
Ordering Information
88VXLC
19
One Year Limited Warranty
Return Authorization
Bullard warrants to the original purchaser that the 88VX Respirator will be free of
defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of
one (1) year from the date of purchase. Bullard’s obligation under this warranty is
limited to repairing or replacing, at its option, articles that are returned within the
warranty period and that are, after examination, shown to Bullard’s satisfaction to
be defective, subject to the following limitations;
The following steps must be completed before Bullard will accept any returned
goods. Please read carefully.
Follow the steps outlined below to return goods to Bullard for repair or replacement
under warranty or for paid repairs:
1. Contact Bullard Sales Support by telephone or in writing at:
Bullard
1898 Safety Way
Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303
Toll-free: 877-BULLARD (285-5273)
Phone: 859-234-6616
In your correspondence or conversation with Sales Support, describe the
problem as completely as possible. For your convenience, your sales support
specialist will try to help you correct the problem over the phone.
2. Verify with your sales support specialist that the product should be returned to
Bullard. Sales Support will provide you with written permission and a return
authorization number as well as the labels you will need to return the product.
3. Before returning the product, decontaminate and clean it to remove any
hazardous materials which may have settled on the product during use.
Laws and/or regulations prohibit the shipment of hazardous or contaminated
materials. Products suspected to be contaminated will be professionally
discarded at the customer’s expense.
4. Ship products to be returned, including those under warranty, with all
transportation charges pre-paid. Bullard cannot accept returned goods on a
freight collect basis.
5. Returned products will be inspected upon return to the Bullard facility. Bullard
Sales Support will telephone you with a quote for required repair work which is
not covered by warranty. If the cost of repairs exceeds stated quote by more
than 20%, your sales support specialist will call you for authorization to complete
repairs. After repairs are completed and the goods have been returned to you,
Bullard will invoice you for actual work performed.
a) 88VX Respirator must be returned to the Bullard factory with shipping
charges prepaid.
b) 88VX Respirator must not be altered from its original factory configuration.
c) 88VX Respirator must not have been misused, subjected to negligent use, or
damaged in transport.
d) The date of purchase is within the one year warranty period. (A copy of the
purchaser’s original invoice showing the date of purchase is required to validate
warranty coverage.)
In no event shall Bullard be responsible for damages for loss of use or other
indirect, incidental, consequential or special costs, expenses or damages incurred
by the purchaser, notwithstanding that Bullard has been advised of the possibility
of such damages.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE
(1) YEAR FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE OF THIS PRODUCT.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitations or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
Americas:
Bullard
1898 Safety Way
Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303 • USA
Toll-free within USA: 877-BULLARD (285-5273)
Tel: +1-859-234-6616
Fax: +1-859-234-8987
Europe:
Bullard GmbH
Lilienthalstrasse 12
53424 Remagen • Germany
Tel: +49-2642 999980
Fax: +49-2642 9999829
Asia-Pacific:
Bullard Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.
LHK Building
701, Sims Drive, #04-03
Singapore 387383
Tel: +65-6745-0556
Fax: +65-6745-5176
www.bullard.com
ISO 9001
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©2013 Bullard. All rights reserved.
Free-Air and Sure-Lock are registered
trademarks of Bullard.
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