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3M 2128 Particulate Filter

3M 2128 Particulate Filter

3M

3M™ 2128 P2R Filters protect against solids and liquid particles, with extra protection against organic and acid gases & vapours as well as ozone upto 10 x TLV, additionally against organic vapour & acid gases below OEL. Suitable for 3M™ 6000 Series and 3M™ 7000 Series Half and Full Face Masks. Typical industrial applications for filters are welding, paper industry, brewing, typical smog inks and dyes. Pack of 20.

Code: 670528


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£61.05 Pack of 20 (ex. VAT)

£73.26 inc. VAT
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3M 2128 Particulate Filter

3M™ 2128 P2R Filters protect against solids and liquid particles, with extra protection against organic and acid gases & vapours as well as ozone upto 10 x TLV, additionally against organic vapour & acid gases below OEL. Suitable for 3M™ 6000 Series and 3M™ 7000 Series Half and Full Face Masks. Typical industrial applications for filters are welding, paper industry, brewing, typical smog inks and dyes. Pack of 20.

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Manufacturer Code 2128

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