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Moldex Classic Series Valved Respirator FFP2

Moldex Classic Series Valved Respirator FFP2

Moldex

Disposable Mask Classic FFP2 NR D non-valved respirator. Areas of use; Fine Toxic dusts, fumes and water-based mists/aerosols. Box of 20.

Code: 670568


Moldex

£37.29 Box of 20 (ex. VAT)

£44.75 inc. VAT
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Moldex Classic Series Valved Respirator FFP2

The Moldex Classic Series Valved Respirator is a perfect example of a ffp2 mask that can help adjust to different face shapes and with its added DuraMesh shape it is very durable in many hazardous situations. This ffp2 mask performs well in many areas in industries that require breathing masks, such as being involved in fine toxic dusts, fumes and water-based mists/aerosols. This Moldex ffp2 mask will help the wearer be protected from any hazardous chemicals or dusts while working on the job in hand. To further reduce moisture and heat, this ffp2 mask can be equipped with a Ventex valve. These breathing masks come in a box of 20.

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Manufacturer MOLDEX
Manufacturer Code MOL2405

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