Innovating respiratory selection 3M introduces ready to use respiratory kit combining efficiency and style

Innovating respiratory selection 3M introduces ready to use respiratory kit combining efficiency and style

3M, the diversified technology company, has announced the launch of its new range of reusable Ready to Use Respiratory Kits.
 
Ensuring that the right mask and filter is selected for the right job is a critical decision. Without the correct protection workers are at risk of developing lung disease. These innovative new packs provide a safe solution for most common applications across industry, including construction, agriculture and painting. 

Faced with a mountain of complicated legislation and so many products on the market, it is little wonder that some purchasers select respiratory protective equipment that is inadequate, over-protective or incompatible with their existing equipment. This is where the kits can help.

Helping you stay safe
Using the 3M Ready-to-Use Respiratory Kits can remove some of the difficulty faced with RPE selection. Each pack contains a reusable half mask accompanied by a set of filters to protect against gases, vapours and particulates. The only choice to be made is between the 3M 7500 and the 3M 6000 Series Half Masks, both of which are available in medium and large sizes, ensuring an optimum fit. The two different filter combinations of A1P2 and A2P3 allow individual protective requirements to be selected.

Samples and special promotional prices are available via local 3M dealers.

For more information on this range contact the 3M Health & Safety Helpline on: 0870 60 800 60 (UK), or 1 800 320 500 (Ireland)

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