731-C & 731-S

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Full face mask for general use. CLASS 2. Full face made of natural rubber. Anti scratch coated polycarbonate visor. Wide field of view. Gas, combined and particle filters. Harness with five anchor points for better handling. The filter is supplied separately according to the protection required by the user.

731 Face Masks

We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

Features:

  • Class: 2
  • 5 Anchor points
  • Filter with threaded connection: Standard EN 148-1
  • Filters 725
  • Material: Natural rubber
  • Nominal protection factor (NPF) 1000
  • Weight: 580 gr
  • Normative: EN 136:1998 – EN 148-1

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