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3M HF-803SD Secure Click Head Harness with Speaking Diaphragm (Large)

3M HF-803SD Secure Click Head Harness with Speaking Diaphragm (Large)


3M™ Secure-Click™ Reusable Half Face Mask HF-800 Series is available as two versions, HF-800 and HF-800SD. The HF-800SD versions have a speaking diaphragm. Both versions are available in two sizes. Medium (692920000) and Large.

Code: 692921000


£38.69 Each (ex. VAT)

£38.69 inc. VAT
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3M HF-803SD Secure Click Head Harness with Speaking Diaphragm (Large)

• Soft silicone facepiece
• Includes a negative pressure push button seal check mechanism
• Flexible System (gas & vapour and / or particulate filters)
• For use with 3M™ Secure-Click™ filters.
• HF-800SD includes a speaking diaphragm.
• Face piece weight:182 g (Varies per size and model).
All masks in the HF-800 range have the 3M™ Secure-Click™ filter connection mechanism allowing connection to a broad
range of 3M™ Secure-Click™ filters to protect against gases, vapours and/or particulates depending on your individual needs. Compatible filter codes include 692924000, 692925000, 692926000, 692927000 and 692929000.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 7100172005

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