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3M 4255 Valved Reusable Half Face Mask

3M 4255 Valved Reusable Half Face Mask

3M

The 4000 series is a unique range of respirators with integral filters designed for effective and comfortable protection against many gases, vapours and combination particulate hazards found throughout industry.

Code: 4255

3M

£20.09 Each (ex. VAT)

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3M 4255 Valved Reusable Half Face Mask

The 3M 4000 Series is a range of ready-to-use, maintenance-free half face masks designed for effective and comfortable protection against a combination of gases, vapours and particulate hazards found throughout industry. Utilising unique filter technology enables a very low-profile design for undisturbed field of vision to make your protection more comfortable. Low profile design for better peripheral vision. Lightweight, well balanced design for a stable, secure fit. Soft, non-allergenic material with textured face seal. Exempt from maintenance requirements if disposed of within a month. One piece, maintenance-free construction; built in filters. Valve centrally positioned for effective removal of heat and moisture build up within facepiece. Adjustable head cradle with neck straps. EN405:2002 FFA2P3RD. APF 20 for particulates. Organic vapour & particulates. Applications: General paint spraying, adhesive spraying, mixing agricultural chemicals, creosoting, solvent praying, painting stripping, boat building, aerospace manufacturing, vehicle manufacturing.

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