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3M 9913 Nuisance Odour Respirator FFP1

3M 9913 Nuisance Odour Respirator FFP1

3M

Designed to offer relief from the irritation of low levels of specific gases and vapours. Conforms to EN149:2001. Box Quantity 20.

Code: 670516


3M

£76.75 Box of 20 (ex. VAT)

£92.10 inc. VAT
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3M 9913 Nuisance Odour Respirator FFP1

Provides relief from nuisance levels of organic vapours and respiratory protection against low levels of fine dusts and mists. Relieves irritation: designed to offer relief from the irritation of low levels of specific gases and vapours, often present alongside particulate hazards Reliable, effective protection against fine particulates. Activated carbon layer provides relief from low levels of specific gases and vapours. Durable collapse resistant inner shell. Good fit over a wide range of face sizes provided by convex shape, nose clip and twin-strap design. Comfortable, lightweight off-the-face design. Yellow colour coded straps denote FFP1 protection level. Conforms to EN149:2001. Box Quantity 20.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 9913

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