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Superb protection for your eyes, lungs and face—built-in motor prevents fogging and overheating!

Trend® Air Circulating Airshield Pro

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Protect your lungs, face and eyes during virtually any woodworking task with the air-circulating Trend® Airshield Pro. Its built-in fan circulates filtered air to prevent fogging, provide cooling and protect users from dust particulates down to 0.6 microns in size at a 98% efficiency rate. This model also meets ANSI Z87+ standards for eye-protection. It features an improved headband with a ratchet suspension and pivoting nape back strap for enhanced comfort, fit and durability. The nickel metal hydride battery allows for up to eight hours of operation on a full charge, twice the length of previous models. Includes a charger, airflow indicator and pre-installed plastic film overlay to prevent buildup of sap after heavy turning jobs, and to prevent scratching.


  • Fully protects lungs and face during woodworking.
  • Twin filters with 98% efficiency.
  • New high-impact eye protection rating of ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010.
  • Suitable for use when machining MDF.
  • Approved to new European standard BS EN 12941.
  • Combination face-seal and hood improves protection.
  • Motor positioned away from forehead to reduce noise.
  • Strategically designed for balance and comfort.
  • Audible low battery warning.

Also Available: If you're looking for even more protection, purchase the optional Ear Defenders (sold separately). These comfortable, lightweight earmuffs clip onto the Trend® AirShield Pro and feature a durable ball joint design that allows easy removal without having to remove the entire shield.

(1) Trend® Airshield Pro
(1) Pair of THP2 fine filters
(1) 8-hour battery
(1) Battery charger
(1) Carrying bag
(1) Clear visor overlay (pre-installed)
(1) Airflow indicator
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Brand Trend
Manufacturer Part Number U*AIR/PRO
Weight 4.1000
Tech Spec
  • Weight In-Use (lbs): 2.21
  • Headband Size Range: 20-1/2'' to 24-1/2''
  • Time Between Battery Charges: 8 hours
  • Battery Type: Nickel Metal Hydride
Technical Documents
Respirator Efficiency 98%
Size Adjustable
Type Woodworking
Product Respirators
4.3 / 5.0
53 Reviews
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Great Product
I have had this product for years (probably close to 10 years). I am severely allergic to marblewood and sensitive to a number of other exotic species. With this unit I can work with anything. It has held up very well; the only maintenance that has been required was replacement of the plastic head set that fits the unit to ones head. duct tape held it together for a while but
October 12, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
Works great
This shield and respirator work great at keeping the shield clear from fogging and keeps the dust out
July 15, 2018
4 months ago
This helmet has helped me so much with me breathing! My allergies and dust are hard to continue woodworking. Since I bought this helmet it’s been great!!
July 13, 2018
over 2 years ago
Airshield pro
I have only had a chance to use this a few times, but I love it for turning. It's very comfortable other than being a little top heavy. Gives me extra confidence when turning and sanding. Surpirsed how much my dust collection system lets by.
June 28, 2018
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
An excellent product that has lessened if not eliminated harmful dust and fine wood dust.
April 26, 2018
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great shield and respirator for woodturnig
I would recommend this shield/respirator. It fits me well after making adjustments. I didn’t have any difficulty wearing glasses under it despite some reviews I read that indicated otherwise.
March 10, 2018
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Meets my expectations
This device takes the curse out of masks, respirators and goggles. If it could be improved it would be lighter weight and provide noise protection, too. But, you can't have everything and I am happy with this purchase.
February 24, 2018
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
A very important piece of equipment I wish I had a long time ago.
February 21, 2018
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
I'm a happy camper
The idea for this hood is excellent. The construction and materials could be better, but it all works. Be careful with the filters. I plan to use for many years to come
February 14, 2018
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great
November 20, 2017
over 2 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
needed another one , have one about 10 years old
jeff l on Nov 9, 2018
Great Qualities
Butch M on Nov 8, 2018
needed another one , have one about 10 years old
jeff l on Nov 9, 2018
Online Reviews
William M on Nov 8, 2018
Great Qualities
Butch M on Nov 8, 2018
I saw it in a U-Tube demostration
James S on Sep 3, 2018
i need a good face mask and respirator for wood turning
Robert Driscoll J on Jun 23, 2018
I suffer from a pulmonary disorder
Iain L on Jun 16, 2018
I have asthma.
Papajo on May 21, 2018
I have allergies to African Woods Purple Heart etc
Donald G on May 17, 2018
Recommendations from other turners and need for lung and eye protection. After looking at several other vendors, your price was the best.
Joseph R on Apr 4, 2018
I have allergies and I wanted a powered air mask
Richard R on Mar 16, 2018
To protect my lungs.
Eng+A&P on Mar 11, 2018
safety and health
Barry B on Mar 2, 2018
trusted company name, good price
Beth D on Mar 1, 2018
Dan K on Feb 19, 2018
We already have several of these units in our production facility. Very good unit
Herbert R on Jan 31, 2018
NORMAN R on Jan 5, 2018
It is something my husband has talked about and I am giving it to him as a gift
Patricia F on Dec 22, 2017
As a wood turner and wood worker I needed protection from the dust. I felt that this was the best option as it should not fog my glasses. Hopefully Trend has learned from customer feed back over the years and improved the headband and battery. I will soon find out.
Lyle H on Dec 11, 2017
My Dad requested for Christmas, as he values his lungs and eyesight. Used one for years and time to replace.
Matt M on Dec 6, 2017
Good product with a 20% discount
Alan T on Dec 2, 2017
Needed better air filtration, especially for sanding on turnings.
Terrence H on Nov 10, 2017
Price and reviews
W O on Nov 9, 2017
I do most of my wood turning in the winter months in an unheated, converted greenhouse. My regular face shield gets fogged up on the inside and needs frequent cleaning.
Daryll on Nov 2, 2017
Recommended by my doctor
Hank R on Oct 7, 2017
Tired of old style nose pinching, dust in your eyes respirators while remodeling, woodworking, mowing, crawl space spelunking, and restoring old homes. Looking for a comfortable option and Trend Air Pro has many good reviews! And, I have a beard and glasses...hoping this will be as good as reviewed!
Chris H on Oct 6, 2017
hoping to allieviate dust problems while turning wood
R B on Oct 3, 2017
My husband cleans chicken houses
Jane T on Aug 31, 2017
Have had serious lung disease in the past - want to breathe clean air to protect lungs.
Carol S on Aug 25, 2017
My need and reviews were good
Marshall N on Aug 3, 2017
Bruce L on Jul 23, 2017
For protection during wood turning.
Dennis S on Jul 20, 2017
So I can breath and protect my eyes at the same time
GENE P on Jul 19, 2017
needed dust protection
Joe P on Jul 12, 2017
I need dust protection that I can keep on for long periods without separate mask, goggles and ear protection.
Robert L on Jul 7, 2017
Husband's Birthday Present
The Lyons Mane S on Apr 11, 2017
john b on Apr 9, 2017
Use with turning
John C on Mar 23, 2017
I have COPD, and I needed something to keep the dust out so I can breathe while mowing me lawn. I hope it works the way I think it will
Larry D on Mar 23, 2017
Same as above.
Stephen K on Feb 12, 2017
Works well if you do not have a very small head.
Terrie G on Jan 14, 2017
As with most of the items I've purchased this year, the AirShield Pro is replacing the one I lost to the tornado. I have lung issues and wouldn't be able to enjoy my woodworking without it.
William E on Dec 16, 2016
Good reviews on it and to protect my lungs.
James H on Dec 13, 2016
Best sale price. Good reviews.
Joe G on Nov 29, 2016
I selected this to help me get back into my woodworking shop. The dust was keeping me totally out of my shop due to my COPD, so I thought this would be of great help. I'm anxious to receive it & give it a try.
Earl D N on Nov 28, 2016
My husband said he wanted one, and Rockler had the best sale price and accessories online today.
Jennifer M C on Nov 23, 2016
need effective dust control in the shop.
Daniel E on Nov 1, 2016
Prevent breathing trouble and health issues.
Robert P on Oct 30, 2016
Woodturning/sanding generates a lot of dust. Wear a paper dust make with my old face shield causes my glasses to fog up. Hoping this will solve that problem.
Carol Y on Sep 21, 2016
Recommended by another manufacturing facility
KALENA D on Aug 30, 2016
Battery powered. Design of face shield and where the batteries and filter were located. And based on reviews.
William H on Aug 3, 2016
Online Reviews
William M on Nov 8, 2018
I saw it in a U-Tube demostration
James S on Sep 3, 2018
How well does it work for metal grinding?
Andrew D on Mar 21, 2017
Does it work with beards?
Hubie on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes it works with a beard. I have been using mine for a couple of years without any problems.
I have the triton mask and air pump. Is this superior to the Triton ?
Leonard S on Nov 4, 2017
Would it work for drywall sanding? Including sanding drywall ceilings for many hours.
James R on Dec 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I've used it for drywall sanding and it worked fine. Just vacuum the filters to clean them (should be done anyway). Sanding ceilings might be taxing because there's a weight over your head to control. It's not very noticeable when your head is vertical.
Are the filters washable? What is the typical life span for the filters?
Glenn S on Jul 2, 2015
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Replacement Filters for Trend® AirShield Pro
BEST ANSWER: I have used my Trend Air Shield Pro for about a year and a half. I regularly vacuum the filters off with my shop vac from the outside of the helmet (sometimes carefully from the inside) while they are still mounted. This seems to work well as the airflow inside the face shield is still testing fine fine. I have not felt the need to replace the filters yet (I do wood turning). Trend has been extremely helpful whenever I have a question. I'm sure they can answer your washing question. I would not be afraid to try it, but I'd probably call them first. Hope this helps.
How can I get a replacement headband?
BILL R on Feb 2, 2018
How long does the filter last during normal use? Say, 3 hours per day?
Michael M on Jul 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Depends on how much particulate matter is in the air.. it would also depend on what you are filtering, sawdust would be very different from plaster.

Once a month is probably a good rule of thumb.
how much are extra batteries?
j h on Dec 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Like most rechargeable batteries they are expensive
Does the Trend Air/Pro come with the 10 pack of visor overlays? The part number suggests so but there is no mention in the product copy.
A shopper on Apr 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There was not a 10 pack in the box but Rocker stood by their greatness by giving me a pack off the shelf.
Is item compatiable with oxygen users ewho wear a cannulus 24/7?
James B on Dec 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Although I don't wear a cannulus I know what it is and see no reason why it wouldn't work just fine with the Airshield Pro. The reason I say this is because of the flexible/stretchy fabric that circles the face. It's intended to be comfortable so it would allow for a tube to enter almost anyplace from ear to ear. I can feel a little air leaking out of the mask near my ears at times but it's due to the positive air pressure inside the mask. There are also a few manufactured holes under the chin which are there to let the air out. It's an extremely comfortable experience and I'll bet it wouldn't cause any issues with your setup. Good luck!
Does this helmet meet ANSI type 1 impact protection?
A shopper on May 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I am not qualified to answer that question..I ordered the helmet because i have an incurable lung disease-f that has helped me enjoy the out doors again. contact Trend Airshield Pro direct for your answer.
I work renovating various vintage items usually made from metals such as brass copper and cast iron using a electric polishing mop and abrasive polishing compound, which creates a lot of dust, so I am just wondering if the blown air helmet would be suitable for protecting my lungs in this job?
Helen G on Feb 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes the helmet is ideal for protecting its wearer against particulate inhalation. It ia not intended to filter solvents and does not contain a HEPA filter but will effectively block rust particles and most dusts and mold spores.
I need to wear glasses all waking hours . Will this mask cause my glasses to be an irritant?
Papajo on May 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: ALl I can say is I love it and I wear glasses as well. I will say fit it with your glasses on and turn on the mask as it put it on your head to avoid fogging if your shop is on the warm side or in high humidity. I originally go it for lathe work but I turn to it a lot for sanding and other work as well because I found I can breathe easier afterwards whenever I use it. I tried and earlier model and that person still has theirs years later I've had mine over a year and have had no problems wearing it with my galsses
I work with heavey equipment in dusty conditions. will this work for me?
Bruce L on Jul 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm sure it would. My two comments on the unit are 1. if you spend a lot of time bent over, like over a work bench, the mask tends to slip forward unless you really tighten the head band which tends to give me a headache after a while. Secondly, the noise factor.
Can eyeglasses be worn when using mask?
Joe L on Jan 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I wear them. Best thing about this is no small face mask and the fresh air giving positive pressure so you get no dust in your eyes or nose.
How long does the battery charge last? I know it says eight hours but I've heard it really doesn't last that long.
James H on Dec 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: When I first received mine, I had a lot of problems getting the battery to last more than about 1 or 1 1/2 hours. I called tech support and they sent me a cradle charger because I was just charging my battery through the helmet. When I began using the cradle, the battery immediately began going 8-10 hours on a charge. I have had no problems since.
I HAVE ONLY USED IT ONCE NOW MY BATTERY WONT RECHARGE. Is there suppose to be a light on the charger when its charging?
Tim B on Oct 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Tim is it possible you have the battery installed incorrectly?
I did that the first time I installed the battery.
Make sure the switch is fully engaged and battery charger is fully seated during charge...
If you aren't having success visit the folks at Rockler!
Can the filters be washed and reused?
Michael M on Jul 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Michael I would not wash the filters donto the manner they are constructed. If you do I would not recomment any soap as this will leave a residue which will clog more quickly and also restrict air flow.
Carefully vacuuming the filter will pull the dust back the direction it attached and proling filter life..
As this is the fundamental purpose of this expensive device I would recommend filter replacement at least every other cleaning..
The cost of filters compared to your health is not worth skimping.. Though I do understand the issue of cost...
Always think of your own protection over cost..
Michael D.
I have a beard can I still use the air pro?
Stephen S on May 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can. It's hard to see but there's a perforated, elastic band that runs around the faceplate which serves as an exhaust for the internal fan as well as a seal around your lower jaw. It extends below a beard without any tightness or restriction.
Is it satisfactory for glasses wearers?
Bill W on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I find it very helpful with glasses as the air across your face from the fan will keep them from fogging up from your breath as they do with a face shield and/or mask.
Does this come with a draw string hood so dust doesn't get into the helmet?
A shopper on Apr 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The vents in the top of the helmet draw air into and over the plastic faceplate by way of the rechargeable fan, also located in the top of the helmet. Each of the 2 sets of vents has a replaceable filter that keeps the dust from entering the helmet.
I think the respirator is great. The only problem i have is that the face shield has static electricity on it. When im sanding wood dust collects on the faceshield. Is there a way to stop this? Im constantly wiping the dust off with a cloth but it continues to collect
Ted L on Feb 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes I have the same problem and same remedi. I know there is an anti- static cleaner but im not sure where to purchase. Mabe an outfit which sells plastic would be a good place to start
I'm a full time refinishing tech in a body shop, would you recommend this as a good respirator?
MadPainter on Aug 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would definitely NOT recommend this as a paint respirator... this is designed againstr wood dust...
Having been a safety coordinator in the semiconductor industry I would only recommend a NIOSH rated filter/respirator...
Good luck out there... remember the route of entry for VOC chemicals is through the lungs.
Best regards
Does it filter out organic odors? I own a biohazard remediation company and looking for an alternative to the half face respirator.
Jim Q on May 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No, it's just a filter. Battery life and the weight of having the battery on top of one's head mean that it might not be a good choice for you. When I was looking for this, I found that 3M makes things more like what you're looking for.
I am only getting 2 hours use before it beeps to recharge the battery. Do I need a new battery? Don't see them listed for purchase.
Dave f on Dec 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Check the battery connections for cleanliness first! If they look clean, cycle the battery in and out several times. If they look dirty, try something more aggressive like a pencil eraser or 2000 grit sandpaper (can't do this too many times). It's amazing how much of a difference this can make. Just rolling a cylindrical battery inside a TV remote or kid's toy can do a world of good.

If you're really sure that the connections are good, then yes you need a new battery. I get at least 4 hours per charge. Rechargeable batteries only last for 500-1000 cycles unless they're high-end batteries babied by sophisticated algorithms.
I'm a mason and need protection from silica dust and often work in hot dusty locations.im looking for a light weight air assist respirator Any thoughts on this one?
Big Al on Nov 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Size adjustment mechanism on the one I purchased has never worked correctly. Rockler just "shrugged" and said "maybe Trend will help"! I would not, repeat not purchase
Would this work in the cold? I work in a cold MN garage in the winters and need something that won't fog?
Ransom L on Aug 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I live in Southern California, so "cold" isn't something we're familiar with. However, I would be surprised if it fogged. The air flow inside the face shield is pretty good, which will reduce humidity and temperature inside, which ought to prevent fogging.
Can I use this for lead paint during RRP work procedures?
David W on Sep 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: In my opinion, no. I wouldn't use it for any type of lead removal. Weather its paint or actual lead abatement. The unit doesn't seal well enough and the filters were not designed for heavy metals.
how long do the filters last?
Michael M on Jul 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Michael, I'm not sure. I have been using mine about 6 months. I've taken the filters out and blown them with compressed air a couple of times. I have not actually checked the vacuum yet. I probably don't have that much running time although it has been a pretty dusty environment. I have a spare set of filters but not felt the need to use them.
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