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3M 6500 Series Reusable Half Mask Respirator

3M 6500 Series Reusable Half Mask Respirator

3M

The 3M™ 6500 Series Rugged Comfort Reusable Half Mask Respirator is designed with tough and dirty work sites in mind. The 3M 6500 Series delivers comfort, durability and stability with a firm, lightly textured silicone faceseal and strong body construction.

Code: 659155


3M

£19.45 Each (ex. VAT)

£23.34 inc. VAT
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3M 6500 Series Reusable Half Mask Respirator

The 3M™ 6500 Series Rugged Comfort Reusable Half Mask Respirator is designed with tough and dirty work sites in mind. The 3M 6500 Series delivers comfort, durability and stability with a firm, lightly textured silicone faceseal and strong body construction. Manufactured to EN140. Long-lasting stability & durability. Rugged comfort. Adjustable head harness assembly. Quick latch drop down mechanism for easy removal without disturbing other PPE. Low profile, easy maintenance design. Silicone face seal. 3M™ Cool-Flow™ valve provides a cooler, more comfortable wear. Supplied without filters.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 6500

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