What Is Z Flow Pro?

Z Flow Pro™ is truly revolutionary, patented technology that integrates a filtered air duct system into a hard hat, creating an ear-to-ear air curtain (or air armor), that deflects overspray, dust, debris and other airborne contaminants from a user’s face, safety eyewear or respirator. Wearing Z Flow Pro will meet ANSI requirements for hard hats on construction projects, and it can be worn either with or without a respirator – it’s Safe Face Air Armor!

Why Z Flow Pro?

300,000 Americans visit emergency rooms each year for workplace injuries. 40% of those injuries come from construction, mining and manufacturing industries, with over 10,000 due to eye injuries. Over $300 million in worker’s compensation claims are submitted each year for eye injuries, with construction the second leading offender. The only options currently for protective gear for painters are face masks, goggles and respirators, all of which have limitations and drawbacks. Z Flow Pro will completely change the personal protective equipment (PPE) commercial painters and construction workers utilize and help improve your company’s margins and profitability.

Safe Face Air Armor:
See Z Flow Pro in Action!

Side By Side

Spraying ceiling area of 5,000 square feet at average labor cost of $85/hour and an average materials cost of $12/gallon

Using Conventional Respirator & eyewear

TIME TO COMPLETE

1.5 HOURS = $128
(stopping at least 3 times to clean eyewear and slower as visibility decreases)

PLUS

.5 HOURS = $42
to go back and re-spray areas missed due to poor visibility

MATERIALS USED

35 gallons = $420

Conventional = $590

Using Z Flow Pro
Safe Face Air Armor

TIME TO COMPLETE

1 HOUR = $85
(no need for stopping to continually clean off eyewear due to poor visibility)

PLUS

0 HOURS = $0
Z Flow Pro allows for more accurate coverage the first time

MATERIALS USED

25 gallons = $300

Z Flow Pro = $385

Z Flow Pro is the sure winner by basically cutting the time in half!

Consider the impact of the savings over 50,000 sf – $1,700 vs. $850 for labor and $4,200 vs. $3,000 for materials. That’s a savings of $2,050. Z Flow Pro will pay for itself on one small job, but you’ll enjoy the savings on every job.