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A-2 FFP2 Fold Flat Disposable Respirator - Box of 20

A-2 FFP2 Fold Flat Disposable Respirator - Box of 20

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The alphamesh A-SERIES has a unique design to offer an excellent fit whilst benefitting from being a fold flat disposable respirator.

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£19.60 Box of 20 (ex. VAT)

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A-2 FFP2 Fold Flat Disposable Respirator - Box of 20

The alphamesh A-SERIES has a unique design to offer an excellent fit whilst benefitting from being a fold flat disposable respirator.

Together with the colour coded alphamesh shell the A-SERIES is the first fold flat respirator that will not collapse onto the face.

 

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

  • Metal-free fold-flat - suitable for food industry applications
  • Individually packed - to prevent contamination and permit easy storage
  • Colour coded alphamesh shell - for ease of identification
  • Adjustable headstrap for a secure, comfortable fit
  • Retains shape even in extreme conditions
  • Conforms to EN 149:2001+A1:2009

Important Note: Care should always be taken when choosing the correct respirator. Alpha Solway disposable dust respirators are not designed to offer protection from chemical gases and vapours or for use in areas deficient in Oxygen.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Alpha Solway
Manufacturer Code A-2

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