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Respair E P3V RS Disposable Rubber Seal Respirator FFP3

Respair E P3V RS Disposable Rubber Seal Respirator FFP3

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RESPAIR 3V RS can be used in atmospheres containing particulates as defined in the current H.S.E. document EH40 to provide a level of protection of 50 X N.P.F. 20 X A.P.F.

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Respair E P3V RS Disposable Rubber Seal Respirator FFP3

RESPAIR 3V RS can be used in atmospheres containing particulates as defined in the current H.S.E. document EH40 to provide a level of protection of 50 X N.P.F. 20 X A.P.F.
• Lightweight - 29g
• Ergonomically shaped for comfort and ease of use
• Rubber inner face seal for easier cleaning
• Individually packed complete with instructions for use
• Conforms to the European approved standard EN149:2001+A1:2009
• Man made fibres. Polypropylene co-polymer exhalation valve with rubber
diaphragm
• Adjustable nose clip to ensure good seal around nose
EN149:2001+A1:2009 FFP3 (NR) provides a protection factor of 50 X N.P.F.
20 X A.P.F. (BS4275)

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Respair
Manufacturer Code RESPAIR-P3V-RS

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