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Draeger X-Plore 1730V FFP3 - Fold Flat Valved Respirator

Draeger X-Plore 1730V FFP3 - Fold Flat Valved Respirator

Draeger

Draeger X-Plore 1730V FFP3 - Fold Flat Valved Respirator. protection against fine dust, and solid and liquid particles which are found in construction, manufacturing, agricultural and service industries. Box Quantity 10

Code: 1730V

Draeger

£51.95 Box of 10 (ex. VAT)

£62.34 inc. VAT
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Draeger X-Plore 1730V FFP3 - Fold Flat Valved Respirator

Disposable X-Plore FFP3 Draeger Respirator providing effective protection from hazardous particles including fine dusts, solids and liquids. This fold flat Dreager respirator features a nose seal which absorbs sweat, increasing comfort and protecting the critical nose area. The inner layer is hypoallergenic and comfortable to wear even for extended periods of use.  The Dreager respirator X-Plore FFP3 series has the added benefit of the CoolMAX™ exhalation valve which offers easy breathing, increased comfort and secure fitting. Ideal for use in the construction, manufacturing, agricultural and service industries.

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Manufacturer DRAEGER
Manufacturer Code 1730V

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