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Honeywell Reusable Half Mask Respirator N5500

Honeywell Reusable Half Mask Respirator N5500


N5500 Low cost half face mask, manufactured to EN140. Please note: filters not included.

Code: N5500


£13.59 Each (ex. VAT)

£16.31 inc. VAT
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Honeywell Reusable Half Mask Respirator N5500

The North 5500 is the economical choice for the occasional user, contractors or as a "visitor’s mask". The North 5500 has many of the same features as the 7700 mask, but made with an elastomeric material. Features and Benefits: Made from an extremely soft non-allergenic elastomer for comfort and fit. Contoured sealing flange eliminates discomfort caused by pressure points on facial nerves. Design of nose area provides excellent comfort and fit. Low dead air space improves worker comfort by limiting re-breathing of exhaled air. Direct cartridge to facepiece seal minimizes replacement parts and simplifies maintenance. Three overlapping sizes comfortably fit most users. North 5500 Series Half Masks are compatible with all North cartridges, filters and accessories. Sizes: Small, Medium, and Large. ManufactuRed to EN140.

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