A new sucessor to CFA’s breathing apparatus has been unveiled by CFA in Dublin.
The company says it is a “modern solution” to the problem of breath holding and it works with a variety of users.
It uses a simple design and is the result of a collaborative collaboration between the company and CFA, the world’s leading manufacturer of respiratory devices.
The suction filtering apparatus is being developed to replace the existing CFA Breathe and the BAPB breathing apparatus used by thousands of CFA workers.
“We are proud to be the first company to offer a modern, highly affordable, and effective alternative to the BAPE breathing apparatus,” CFA chairman Jim Hickey said.
“The solution is just like the old BAPE but with a modern twist.”
The CFA product is designed to fit into a pocket or handbag, and will cost between €30 and €40.
It is a compact, water-proof device that is designed for those with larger breathing systems, such as those with heart problems.
“It has a flexible design, with an adjustable suction cup,” Mr Hickey added.
“It can be placed in the mouth for maximum comfort and ventilation.”
The device has two different functions: a device that filters out pollutants in the air and a device for breathing.
The filter is designed so it can be used in both normal and compressed air conditions, and is designed specifically for workers with heart conditions.CFA Breathes and the AAPB are designed to filter out the air pollutants which are produced by the breath.
The CPA’s BAPBA breathing apparatus uses a small air-absorbing device, which also filters out carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and other harmful gases.CPA’s breath-absorber can be fitted with the same type of filter as the BPA breathing apparatus.
The new CFA system also comes with a range of features, including a breath-taking device that will allow the user to breathe for long periods of time.
It will also be available to anyone who wants to learn how to use the device, Mr Hicky said.
He said the device will also help people to improve their overall health and wellbeing.
“As a health care professional, I believe the technology will be an important part of helping me to help my patients as they manage their respiratory issues,” he said.