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3M Aura Flat-Fold Unvalved Particulate Respirator

3M Aura Flat-Fold Unvalved Particulate Respirator

3M

The advanced three-panel design and low breathing resistance filter technology applied to the 3M Aura 9300+ Series provides optimum comfort and easy communication, thus ensuring improved wearer acceptance even during long working hours. Being foldable they offer you more convenience than traditional cup shaped respirators. FFP2 - Box Quantity 20

Code: 9320plus

3M

£38.29 Box of 20 (ex. VAT)

£45.95 inc. VAT
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£35.59 5+ (save £13.50+)
Colour White
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3M Aura Flat-Fold Unvalved Particulate Respirator

Its features include an embossed and sculpted top panel for improved compatibility with Reduced fogging of eyewear and an innovative chin tab to improve the ease of fitting. Provides respiratory protection against low levels of fine dusts and mists Low Breathing Resistance Filter Technology gives effective filtration with low breathing resistance for consistent high quality performance Fold-Flat, easy to store, proprietary 3-panel design accommodates facial movement for wearer comfort. Individual hygienic packaging helps protect the respirator from contamination before use. Smooth inner cover-web and large soft nose foam for greater comfort against the skin. Even-tensioned straps relieve pressure for a comfortable and secure fit. Blue colour coded straps denoting FFP2 protection level. - Box Quantity 20

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 9320+

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