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FFP3V Disposable Respirator AMF-3V

FFP3V Disposable Respirator AMF-3V

Alpha Solway

FFP3 reduces the wearer’s exposure to airborne particles by a FACTOR OF 20. Large exhalation valve reduces heat build-up and improves wearer comfort. Colour coded alphamesh shell for ease of identification. 1 Respirator per pack.

Code: 692187


Alpha Solway

£2.79 Each (ex. VAT)

£3.35 inc. VAT
Colour Orange
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FFP3V Disposable Respirator AMF-3V

FFP3 reduces the wearer’s exposure to airborne particles by a FACTOR OF 20.
Large surface area ensures very low breathing resistance. New large exhalation valve which reduces heat build-up and improves wearer comfort.  Colour coded alphamesh shell for ease of identification. Adjustable head strap allows for a secure and comfortable fit. Metal-free - suitable for food industry applications. Preformed nose bridge eliminates the need for regular adjustment. Compatible with a wide range of safety eyewear.  Approved to R D allowing the mask to be worn for more than one shift.
Conforms to EN 149: 2001 + A1: 2009. FFP2 and FFP3 signify different classes of respirator, offering varying levels of protection to the wearer (assuming they fit properly and are used correctly)
Excellent value single respirator.

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Manufacturer Alpha Solway
Manufacturer Code AMF-3V

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