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Profile60 Half Mask

Profile60 Half Mask

Scott

Profile60 silicone half mask respirator manufactured to EN140. Please note: filters not included.

Code: PROFILE60

Scott

£22.79 Each (ex. VAT)

£27.35 inc. VAT
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Profile60 Half Mask

The Profile60 is a twin filter premium half mask. The facepiece is moulded in Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR), combining the comfort and flexibilty of silicone with durability and a long service life. The wide, flat faceseal is similar to that used on full face masks, making it easy to achieve an efficient and comfortable seal, and the bellows sections at the nose and chin absorb movement to ensure the seal is not disrupted during use. LSR injection moulding prevents silicone vapour release, making the Profile60 suitable for use in paint-spray areas and the slide-through harness provides fast and easy fitting and a convenient rest position. Profile60 accepts the Pro² range of cartridge filters, which have individual covers to maximise working life by protecting the filter media from splashes, sparks and contaminant. Manufactured to EN140.

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Manufacturer SCOTT
Manufacturer Code 2016138

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