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3M 8825 Particulate Respirator

3M 8825 Particulate Respirator

3M

Our Premium respirators offer enhanced performance and comfort due to a number of additional advanced features including four-point adjustable straps and soft sealing rings. You will also see that they are marked 'R' on the Valve, meaning that these respirators can be used over more than one shift so long as they have not become clogged and good hygiene practices are implemented. Box of 5.

Code: 670508


3M

£27.05 Box of 5 (ex. VAT)

£32.46 inc. VAT
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£26.25 5+ (save £4.00+)
Colour White
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3M 8825 Particulate Respirator

Our Premium Series Respirators offer enhanced performance and comfort due to a number of additional advanced features. You will also see that they are marked 'R', meaning that these respirators can be used over more than one shift providing they have not become clogged and good hygiene practices are implemented. Provides respiratory protection against moderate levels of fine dusts, mists and metal fume Expanded filter area, unique design Reduces breathing resistance Comfortable, lightweight off-the-face design Reliable, effective protection against fine particulate 3M Cool Flow Valve Reduces heat build-up to offer comfortable protection, particularly in hot and humid condition Soft sealing ring and adjustable straps for a comfortable, properly sealed fit Can be used for multiple shifts Blue colour coded Valve lettering denotes FFP2 protection level - Box Quantity 5.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 8825

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