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B2-P3 Combination Filter (042671)

B2-P3 Combination Filter (042671)

Scott Safety

Re-usable, long duration CF22 B2-P3 combination filter for inorganic gases and vapours (e.g. chlorine, hydrogen sulphide, hydrogen cyanide, solid and liquid hazardous particles (e.g. radioactive and toxic substances and micro-organisms, e.g. bacteria and viruses) For use with Scott Safety's Duraflow, Profile 40 half mask and the Gemini, Promask, Vision RFF1000, Vision RFF4000 and Sari full facemasks

Code: 670554


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£13.65 Each (ex. VAT)

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B2-P3 Combination Filter (042671)

Re-usable, long duration CF22 B2-P3 combination filter for inorganic gases and vapours (e.g. chlorine, hydrogen sulphide, hydrogen cyanide, solid and liquid hazardous particles (e.g. radioactive and toxic substances and micro-organisms, e.g. bacteria and viruses) For use with Scott Safety's Profile 40 half mask and the Gemini, Promask, Vision RFF1000, Vision RFF4000 and Sari full facemasks

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Manufacturer Scott
Manufacturer Code B2-P3-42671

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