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Draeger

Draeger
We are proud to work in partnership with Draeger to offer you the best safety solutions for the job in hand. Rest assured that all products supplied are certified to the appropriate quality standards where necessary, meaning that we have your full compliance and safety in mind.

Draeger Respiratory Protective Equipment

Disposable FFP1 Respirators
Disposable FFP1 Respirators
FFP1 masks supplied by Protec Direct are suitable for low level dust/oil or water based mists (hand sanding, drilling and cutting). Our range of FFP1 respirators all conform to the EN 149 standard on respiratory protection and filter a minimum of 80% of airborne particles. We stock dust masks from 3M, Respair, Draeger and Moldex.
Disposable FFP2 Respirators
Disposable FFP2 Respirators
FFP2 masks from Protec Direct. We stock a full range of FFP2 compliant dust masks, suitable for moderate level fine dust/oil or water based mists (plastering, sanding and wood dust). All of our masks conform with British and Europeal legislation requirements, including the EN 149 standard for respiratory protection. This ensures that these respirators filter a minimum of 94% of airborne particles. We stock FFP2 protection from Respair, 3M, Moldex, Draeger and Uvex.
Disposable FFP3 Respirators
Disposable FFP3 Respirators

Disposable FFP3 Respirators

At Protec Direct, we stock a variety of FFP3 masks to help keep your workers safe.

 

When are FFP3 masks needed?

FFP3 respirator masks are required when workers are exposed to materials such as:

    - Higher level fine dust or oil
    - Water-based mists
    - Hazardous pharmaceutical powders
    - Biological agents and fibres
    - Asbestos

We sell FFP3 compliant respirators from a range of top brands including Respair, Draeger, Uvex, Moldex and 3M. All of these FFP3 masks filter a minimum of 99% of airborne particles, and are suitable for use in asbestos removal.

 

Regulations and Standards for Respiratory Protection

Employers have a responsibility to protect workers if they are exposed to materials which could be harmful. The legislation and standards you should be aware of are as follows:

    - Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (2002) - According to these regulations, employers are responsible for protecting workers from being exposed to substances which could be hazardous to their health.
    - Personal Protection Equipment Regulations (2002) - These regulations state that PPE equipment must be monitored to ensure it is fit for purpose, as well as being properly stored and maintained. Employees must also be trained on how to use it. 
    - EN 149 - This European standard lays out the general requirements and markings required for respiratory protection equipment to be fit for purpose.

 

At Protec Direct, you can be rest assured that all of our FFP3 respirators comply with relevant European and British legislation, including the EN 149 standard. Browse our range of disposable respirator masks below, and make sure you’re equipped to meet the safety standards required.

Half Masks & Full Face Masks
Half Masks & Full Face Masks
Half Mask and Full Face Respirators from Protec Direct. A full face respirator will help provide protection from hazardous air particles as well as eye protection. Half mask respirators are less intrusive but provide substantial protection for the respiratory system. All Protec Direct respiratory half masks & full face masks conform to the appropriate British and European legislation requirements. We stock brands including 3M, Scott, Moldex and North.
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