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3M 8822 Cup-Shaped Valved Respirator

3M 8822 Cup-Shaped Valved Respirator

3M

The Classic series of cup-shaped and flat fold respirators offers simple and effective protection against dust and mist. Cost effective Classic respirators are available unValved or with Cool Flow Valve incorporated. - Box Quantity 10.

Code: 8822

3M

£19.59 Box of 10 (ex. VAT)

£23.51 inc. VAT
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£18.09 5+ (save £7.50+)
Colour White
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3M 8822 Cup-Shaped Valved Respirator

The 8000 Respirator Series offers solid, professional protection at an affordable price. This range forms part of your basic equipment for many different work environments. The convex cup-shape design, along with twin strap design, nose foam and nose clip ensure comfortable wear over a range of face Sizes. The collapse resistant shell offers durable, comfortable protection particularly in hot and humid conditions. Provides respiratory protection against moderate levels of fine dusts and mists 3M Cool Flow Valve Reduces heat build up to offer comfortable protection, particularly in hot and humid conditions Reliable, effective protection against fine particulates Durable collapse resistant inner shell Excellent fit over a wide range of face Sizes provided by convex shape, nose clip and twin-strap design Comfortable, light weight off-the-face design Blue colour coded straps denoting FFP2 protection level - Box Quantity 10.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 8822

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