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3M V-500E Versaflo V-Series Regulator

3M V-500E Versaflo V-Series Regulator

3M

3M Versaflo Supplied Air Respirators use breathable quality air supplied from a compressor via a tube. The compressed air is regulated to a gentle flow and fed to the wearer. The modular range lets you choose how you want your system built, with the flexibility to change it in the future. 3M Versaflo Supplied Air Respirators offer protection against dusts, mists, fumes, gases or vapours and combination hazards e.g. paint spray. Supplied Air Respirators do not offer protection in confined spaces, oxygen deficient atmospheres or for asbestos stripping.

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3M V-500E Versaflo V-Series Regulator

Balanced regulator specifically designed for respirator use, the Versaflo V-500 Regulator ensures smooth airflow, optimum safety and comfort low-pressure warning whistle replaceable charcoal filter. Easy airflow adjustment. Spray gun or compressed air tool port. Approved to EN14594 with all featured headtops. Assigned Protection Factor (APF) of 40 with 3M Versaflo S-Series & M-400 Headtops, APF of 20 with all others.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code V-500E

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