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3M Aura Fold Flat Valved Comfort Respirator

3M Aura Fold Flat Valved Comfort Respirator

3M

Valved Fold Flat REspirator. Conforms to EN 149:2001 + A1:2009. Box Quantity 10.

Code: 9312plus

3M

£16.85 Box of 10 (ex. VAT)

£20.22 inc. VAT
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3M Aura Fold Flat Valved Comfort Respirator

The 3M Aura 9300+ series particulate respirators provide effective respiratory protection for use in industries where workers will be exposed to dust particles and /or non-volatile liquid particles. Tested and CE approved to EN 149:2001 + A1:2009. Sculpted nose panel conforms to the nose and contours of the face and helps improve compatibility with 3M eyewear. 3M Low breathing resistance filter technology gives effective filtration with low breathing resistance for consistent high quality performance. Embossed top panel to reduce fogging of eyewear. Innovative chin tab designed for ease of donning and adjustment to help achieve a comfortable fit. 3M Cool Flow exhalation valve offers improved comfort in hot humid environments and/or where work is hard and physical. Foldable, easy to store, proprietary 3 panel design accommodates facial movement for wearer comfort. Individual hygienic packaging protects the respirator from contamination before use. Coloured headbands for easy identification; yellow for FFP1, blue for FFP2 and red for FFP3. Even strap pressure improves comfort on the neck, face and head with a secure feel. Large, soft nose foam is comfortable on the skin. Valved. Box Quantity 10.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 9312+

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