Message from MͭAͤJͨOͪṘ in tradworker #tradworker
mold is a spore
spores are huge particles
Right, that's what I thought. That's why I picked that one
@Hadrian Also I would reccomend that you bring something to defend yourself, because wild animals love to live inside buildings like these.
YALL TALKIN GAS MASKS
oh I did when I went there
this might be a gimme, but your gas mask doesn't make you invincible. If you get mustard gassed, your plastic or butyl mask will get eaten by the shit
if you're being gassed by chemical weapons, gtfo immediately
We're not going to get mustard gassed
NBC's suit are always overlooked as well tbh
It's cheap and easy to produce
People think the mask is good enough
@MͭAͤJͨOͪṘ Wasn't the only semi practical defense against mustard gas in WW1 rags that were pissed on?
That's a rumor
Like the ding dong on /k/ that gassed himself
pissrags are ineffective
and there's absolutely asbestos in those old buildings. I mapped out a large part of the steam tunnels that connect the building, the steam pipes are lined with the stuff
Also you shouldn't have to have a NBC suit if you decontaminate your clothes
@Hadrian Yhea, bring a mask then, you do not want to get lung cancer.
NBC suits only protect against splash
yep, that's why I brought that one
your skin will still get blisters from mustard gas in your suit
unless it's like one of those inflatable CDC suits
LV IV suit
PAPR system required
Look at that nigger back there
@MͭAͤJͨOͪṘ Those things are meant so that people can go into any situation, usually one where there is an extremely deadly infection, and do the work they need to do.
So don't bother with a non level 4 suit at all unless you think people are gonna splash corrosives at you
it won't protect against gas
and nobody can afford papr suits
the whole system goes for a grand or more
@Hadrian Do you know if the lower area's of the building tend to flood?
Not that I've seen
Some puddles in the steam tunnels, but nothing major
That's good, but I would not reccomend going to the lower area's during or after a rainstorm, because those area's tend to flood quite easily, with the water taking a very long time to naturally drain out.
And when you have asbestos in there too.....