ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

AIR-WAVE.ORG PROTECTOR™

It is important to determine which Decathlon™ snorkel mask will be used in your particular Air-Wave.org Protector™ configuration, since Decathlon™ offers 2 types of snorkelmask.

  1. Decathlon Easybreath™
  2. Decathlon Easybreath 500™.

It is important to identify the type of mask you purchase in order to order the right connector parts for assembly on the Air-Wave.org Protector™. Below you can identify the type of mask you purchased or are about to purchase.

DECATHLON™ | EASYBREATH™

The Easybreath™ is the first snorkel mask released by Decathlon™. This version is clearly recognizable by the closure of the snorkel at the back and the logo at the front.

The Easybreath is the first snorkel mask released by Decathlon. This version is clearly recognizable by the closure of the snorkel at the back and the logo at the front.
The Easybreath is the first snorkel mask released by Decathlon. This version is clearly recognizable by the closure of the snorkel at the back and the logo at the front.
easybreath

DECATHLON™ | EASYBREATH 500™

The Easybreath 500™ is the latest version of the Decathlon™ snorkel mask. This version is characterized by the round recess at the front, where the snorkel can be mounted with a click connection.

The Easybreath 500 is the latest version of the Decathlon snorkel mask. This version is characterized by the round recess at the front, where the snorkel can be mounted with a click connection. It is important to determine which snorkel mask will be used as Air-Wave.org Protector.
The Easybreath 500 is the latest version of the Decathlon snorkel mask. This version is characterized by the round recess at the front, where the snorkel can be mounted with a click connection. It is important to determine which snorkel mask will be used as Air-Wave.org Protector.
easybreath500

DISCLAIMER

Initiators are active in industry and healthcare. Due to the scarcity of mouth masks in healthcare, they have jointly investigated whether existing protection solutions within the industry can offer an alternative solution. On this basis, the initiators have put together a set, consisting of a PAPR filter that is connected to a snorkel mask via a 3-d printed connector. Updates and new designs will be available here as soon as they are ready and have been tested. Initiators have tested the system themselves and are confident that it will work. However, the system has not been tested or certified and does not have any (safety) standards. Initiators have made an effort to come up with a good solution quickly, but cannot give any guarantee on this. Anyone who wants a guarantee or certainty must have the system tested and standardised by an authorised testing institute.