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Respair SP3V Slimline Valved Respirator FFP3 Box of 50

Respair SP3V Slimline Valved Respirator FFP3 Box of 50

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Respair SP3V Slimline Valved Respirator FFP3. Protects against SoftWood Dust, Aluminium, Gypsum, Graphite, Magnesium Oxide, Platinum, Coal and many other general hazards. Box of 50

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£129.99 Box of 50 (ex. VAT)

£155.99 inc. VAT Was: £169.95 (ex. VAT)
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Respair SP3V Slimline Valved Respirator FFP3 Box of 50

Single use respirator - protects against solid and liquid particles including oil based mists. <br>Applications: Mining, Construction, Iron and Steel Industries. <br>Protects against SoftWood Dust, Aluminium, Gypsum, Graphite, Magnesium Oxide, Platinum, Coal and many other general hazards. <br>Lightweight - 4g. Ergonomically shaped for comfort and ease of use. <br>Adjustable nose clip to ensure good seal around nose. Individually packed complete with instructions for use. <br>Conforms to the European approved standard EN149:2001+A1:2009. Non-allergenic. Exhalation Valve added for easier breathing EN149:2001+A1:2009 FFP3 (NR) provides a protection factor of 20 x A.P.F. (Assigned Protection Factor) and 50 x N.P.F. (Nominal Protection Factor). <br>Respair P3V can be used in atmospheres containing particulates as defined in the current H.S.E. document EH40 to provide a level of protection of 20 x A.P.F. and 50 x N.P.F. The unique filter material provides an extremely low breathing resistance, and far exceeds the performance required by EN149:2001+A1:2009. <br>Allows freedom of speech, an easy fit minimising leakage providing a high level of protection and comfort plus complete compatibility with all other forms of protective equipment giving an especially clear field of vision. 

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Manufacturer RESPAIR
Manufacturer Code SLIMLINE 3V

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