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3M TR-315UK Versaflo Powered Starter Kit

3M TR-315UK Versaflo Powered Starter Kit

3M

Versaflo ‘Starter Kit’ contains: TR-302E Turbo Unit, TR-3600 Pre-filter, TR-3710E Particulate Filter (P), TR-325 Standard Belt, TR-332 High Capacity Battery, TR-341UK Battery Charger Kit, BT-30 Self-adjusting Breathing Tube, Air Flow Indicator.

Code: 677061


3M

£598.65 Each (ex. VAT)

£718.38 inc. VAT
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3M TR-315UK Versaflo Powered Starter Kit

The 3M Versaflo system is a perfect example of respiratory protective equipment that combines performance, protection, and functionality with a modern, stylish, and lightweight design that provides unrivalled comfort for the wearer. This respiratory protective equipment captures hazardous dust, mist, and fume plus options for nuisance level gas and vapours.


The advantage of the 3M Versaflo, respiratory protective equipment is that it’s light and small, so it’s extremely flexible in any workplace. Another strength to the 3M Versaflo system is that battery power is reported to the user through electronic audible and visual communication. This respiratory protective equipment from 3M has been approved to EN12941 class TH2 or TH3 (dependent on the head top).  APF 40 with 3M Versaflo S-Series, M-300 & M-400 Head tops, APF 20 with all others.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code TR-315UK

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