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Becki.Legs (@becki.legs) Instagram Profile Photobecki.legs



Packing for a work trip. Jacksonville this time. was helping. . . . . . #PPE

Ross Downing (@buckeye_station) Instagram Profile Photobuckeye_station

Ross Downing

 image by Ross Downing (@buckeye_station) with caption : "Working tools for the new job. 
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Working tools for the new job. #ppe

Hyo Jeong Kim (@hkim0430) Instagram Profile Photohkim0430

Hyo Jeong Kim


Another day, another dollar 🤑

Gord Bunston (@rivergord) Instagram Profile Photorivergord

Gord Bunston

 Instagram Image by Gord Bunston (@rivergord) with caption : "I enjoy who I work for.
I just saw this on @rescuecanada .
Swiftwater Absolute: Always carry a cutting device.
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I enjoy who I work for. I just saw this on @rescuecanada . Swiftwater Absolute: Always carry a cutting device. . . . . Even better is to carry two. After all you always need a back up plan. Remember to have the device accessible and that it will cut what you need. Mostly it is throw bag rope so knives work best. #ppe

PURPLE PANTHER (@purplepantherpharm) Instagram Profile Photopurplepantherpharm


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🔥💯 #PPE

A Boy and His Masks (@heavy_breathin) Instagram Profile Photoheavy_breathin

A Boy and His Masks


The ACME Full Vision Face Piece No.6 was a industrial mask created in the 1960s by ACME Protection Equipment. This mask was sold to the general public for all sorts of civil applications. The No.6 is an iconic example of the 1960s, with a sleek design, sharp edges, and a futuristic feel. The face piece was an upgrade over the No.4, and had a peripheral exhale valve that surrounded the inhale valve, giving it a very compacted and streamlined feel. This mask has become iconic in the collectors community, and is quite sought after for its signature appearance. ACME also created one of the first public Voice Projection Units (VPUs) for this mask, allowing the wearer to project their voice via a small speaker like apparatus called the "ACME Speak-Ezee." I cannot pinpoint the date on mine, as most identifying brands have been rubbed off. Mine came from another collector, and has a CS Gas (Tear Gas) canister. . . . . . . #ppe