Provides relief from nuisance levels of organic vapours and respiratory protection against low levels of fine dusts and mists
Standard: EN149:2001 FFP1
Approval: CE Marked
Maximum use concentration: Particulates: 4 x WEL* and below WEL for organic vapours
*Workplace Exposure Limit
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If your company uses tight-fitting respiratory protective equipment (RPE) then a fit test is a legal requirement. The fit test functions to ensure the mask correctly fits the wearer’s face and therefore is able to provide its stated respiratory protection. Ill-fitting masks will not have the required tight seal and are leaky and vulnerable to bypass by contaminants. Mask types that require a fit test are: