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Force™ 8 Half-Mask with Press To Check™ P3 Filters

Force™ 8 Half-Mask with Press To Check™ P3 Filters

JSP Limited

The Force8™ twin cartridge half mask with Typhoon™ valve offers superior low breathing resistance and a 4-point suspension harness with quick release buckles. The mask is made with a durable thermoplastic rubber offering a superior fit to most face shapes. The mask accepts the full range of low profile Force8™ filters giving the Force8™ the flexibility to be used for many applications.

Code: BHT0A3-0L5-N00

JSP Limited

£12.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£15.59 inc. VAT
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Force™ 8 Half-Mask with Press To Check™ P3 Filters

The Force8™ twin cartridge half mask with Typhoon™ valve offers superior low breathing resistance and a 4-point suspension harness with quick release buckles. The mask is made with a durable thermoplastic rubber offering a superior fit to most face shapes. The mask accepts the full range of low profile Force8™ filters giving the Force8™ the flexibility to be used for many applications.

- Daily face fit reassurance

- Passes dolomite

- Protection against construction dust

- Improved hygiene

- Inhalation valve for easy maintenance

- Low profile covers protect filters

- Confirms to EN143

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