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3M Jupiter Turbo Powered Air Starter Kit

3M Jupiter Turbo Powered Air Starter Kit

3M

Jupiter 'Starter Kit' contains: Jupiter Powered Air Turbo Unit. Decontamination belt & clip. Pair of Organic Vapour and Particulate (A2P) filters. Pre-filters. Self adjusting Breathing Tube. 8hr Re-Chargeable Battery (NiMH). Battery charger. Air flow indicator. Calibration tube.

Code: 670735


3M

£814.69 Each (ex. VAT)

£977.63 inc. VAT
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3M Jupiter Turbo Powered Air Starter Kit

The 3M Jupiter™ powered air respirator is comfortable, easy-to-use and provides protection against particulates, gases or vapours, or against a combination of these contaminants depending on the type of filters used. Modern, ergonomic design. Suitable for shower decontamination. Electronic audible and visual alarm in case of low battery and/or low air flow. Approved to EN12941 class TH2 or TH3 dependant on headtop. APF 40 with 3M Versaflo S-Series & M-400 Headtops, APF 20 with all others. Jupiter Starter Kit contains: Jupiter Powered Air Turbo Unit. Decontamination belt & clip. Pair of Organic Vapour and Particulate (A2P) filters. Pre-filters. Self adjusting Breathing Tube. 8hr Re-Chargeable Battery (NiMH). Battery charger. Air flow indicator. Calibration tube.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code RTUJUPITERUK

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