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3M 9928 Welding Fume Valved Respirator

3M 9928 Welding Fume Valved Respirator

3M

Lightweight, effective, comfortable and hygienic respiratory protection against dusts, mists and metal fumes. Conforms to EN149:2001. Box Quantity 10.

Code: 9928

3M

£55.15 Box of 10 (ex. VAT)

£66.18 inc. VAT
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£52.45 5+ (save £13.50+)
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3M 9928 Welding Fume Valved Respirator

The 3M 9928 respirator provides lightweight, effective, comfortable and hygienic respiratory protection against dusts, mists and metal fumes. Its convex shape enhances wearer comfort and allows a good fit over a wide range of face sizes; the 3M Cool Flow exhalation valve reduces moisture build-up, particularly in hot and humid work conditions. The 4-point adjustable straps and adjustable nose clip ensure a proper fit. The 3M 9928 Premium Welding Fume Respirator has been designed specifically for welding applications to provide protection against Ozone and welding fume, plus relief from nuisance odours Applications: Iron Foundries, Potteries, Steel Foundries, Powdered Chemicals, Ship Building/Ship Repairing, Metal Manufacture, Battery Manufacture, Paint Manufacture, Welding and Soldering, and Construction. Conforms to EN149:2001. Box Quantity 10.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 9928

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