RZ Industries® is known for our comfortable, reusable air filtration masks. They’re great for protecting up to 99.9% of airborne dust, dirt, pollen and odors and work for many of the active jobs and activities out there. But there is a time and place both reusable masks and disposable masks. We asked RZ Industries Founder & CEO, Steve Torbenson, to help answer this most frequently asked question.
Smoke from wildfires consists of harmful gases and fine particles that can travel thousands of miles and impact the air you breathe. From headaches to itchy eyes and difficulty breathing, exposure to smoke can be particularly harmful to sensitive people. Read more for 5 ways to breathe safer during high smoke periods in your area.
There is a story behind every RZ Mask®, in this blog we are featuring a man from Australia that used his RZ Mask for landscaping and lawn mowing to help his allergies. Tim Parker is a full time firefighter and part lawn maintenance. Many of his fans know him as "Time the Lawn Mower Man" from his YouTube channel.
In this Behind the Mask, Grady Kenevan from Franklin Drums tells RZ Mask about their business building custom drum sets, how they got started, and the process and tools they use for woodworking. Find out more about which RZ dust mask Kenevan prefers for woodworking and see what drum was featured on Saturday Night Live.
Here are 7 Tips to a green and healthy lawn.
At RZ® we get to be a part of so many dusty, dirty and beautiful projects that pros and amateurs alike are doing. Every day we learn from you, so as summer approaches we asked an RZ® pro and the owner of Mower Man Lawn Service in McKinney, TX to give us tips for how to keep your grass green, how to ...
Dads can be some of the hardest people to gift for this time of year. From the adventure seeker to the weekend warrior, we picked out our top gift ideas for father-figures of all interests.
'The Artisan'Patent-pending 3-In-1 Apron
For the guy with a passion for handcraftsmanship and building, the patent-pending 3-in-1 woodworking apron was mad...