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Respair CP2V Cupped Valved Respirator FFP2

Respair CP2V Cupped Valved Respirator FFP2

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Respair CP2V Cupped Valved Respirator FFP2. Protects against fine hazardous dust particles and light welding fumes. Box Quantity 10

Code: 670655


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£18.05 Box of 10 (ex. VAT)

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Respair CP2V Cupped Valved Respirator FFP2

Respair C cupped mask. FFP2V: Protects against fine hazardous dust particles and light welding fumes. Valved for easier exhalation. 12 x NPF 10 x APF (BS4275). Uses: Construction agriculture and iron steel manufacturing. Respair Cupped Mask The unlitmate in comfort being of lightweight construction this product offersextremely low breathing resistance enabling the wearer total comfort in a busy working environment. The unique outer shell ensures that the mask will not collapse during use particularly important in hot and humid conditions. Box of 10.

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Manufacturer RESPAIR
Manufacturer Code RESPAIR-C-P2V

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