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Respair P3V Fold Flat Valved Respirator FFP3

Respair P3V Fold Flat Valved Respirator FFP3

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Respair P3V Fold Flat Valved Respirator FFP3. Protects against Wood Dust, Aluminium, Gypsum, Graphite, Magnesium Oxide, Platinium, Coal, Asbestos, Lead, Chrome, Silica, Welding Fumes, and many other general hazards. Box Quantity 10

Code: RESPAIR-P3V

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£23.45 Box of 10 (ex. VAT)

£28.14 inc. VAT Was: £27.45 (ex. VAT)
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Respair P3V Fold Flat Valved Respirator FFP3

These Respair ffp3 respirators have one sole use; protecting the user from solid liquid particles including oil based mists.


Due to that statement, these ffp3 are often described as a ‘single use respirator’ but are found in a broad selection of industries such as mining, construction, iron/steel industries, and welding or moulding due to the fact these ffp3 respirators are best at protecting against wood dust, aluminium, gypsum, graphite, magnesium oxide, platinum, coal, asbestos, lead, chrome, silica, welding fumes, and many more general hazards.


These ffp3 respirators are flexible, light, and comfortable with adjustable head straps/nose clips to provide an individual fit, and weigh only 4g. The exhalation valve provides these ffp3 respirators with minimised heat build-up and allows breathing to be cooler; which is essential in the industries noted above. To finish this high quality build, these ffp3 respirators are ergonomically designed allowing freedom of speed, an easy fit with high protection & comfort, and providing a clear field of vision which is a must-have for hazardous industries. These ffp3 respirators conform to the H.S.E. approved standard EN149 2001 and come in a box of 10.

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Manufacturer RESPAIR
Manufacturer Code RESPAIR-P3V

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