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3M 9915 Nuisance Level Acid Gas Respirator FFP1

3M 9915 Nuisance Level Acid Gas Respirator FFP1

3M

Provides additional relief from low levels of organic vapours or acid gases such as sulphur dioxide and hydrogen fluoride (depending on the product type). Conforms to EN149:2001. Box Quantity 20.

Code: 9915

3M

£73.49 Box of 20 (ex. VAT)

£88.19 inc. VAT
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£71.29 5+ (save £11.00+)
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3M 9915 Nuisance Level Acid Gas Respirator FFP1

The 3M Speciality range provides lightweight, effective, comfortable and hygienic respiratory protection against dusts and mists. It also provides additional relief fr. om low levels of organic vapours or acid gases such as sulphur dioxide and hydrogen fluoride (depending on the product type). The convex shape, twin strap design, foam nose seal and aluminium nose clip ensures a good face seal over a range of face sizes Applications: Aluminium refining, Stone cleaning, Acid cleaning, Etching processes, Paper mills, Food processing, Coal power stations and Battery manufacturers. Conforms to EN149:2001. Box Quantity 20.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 9915

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