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Gas filter 200 A1 B1 E1 K1-P3R D
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Characteristics

Designed for
gas
Filtration element
cartridge
Applications
respirator
Operating pressure

2.2 mbar, 8.2 mbar (0.032 psi)

Flow

30 l/min, 95 l/min (7.925 us gal/min)

Description

Product information • protection against organic gases and vapours with a boiling point >65°C, inorganic gases and vapours, sulphur dioxide, ammonia and particles of toxic and highly toxic substances (P3) • 4 pieces per pack • with innovative BIOSTOP • additionally with dolomite clogging test Product designation: Multi-type Combined Filter 200 A1 B1 E1 K1 – P3R D Applied standard: DIN EN 14387 (DIN = German Institute for Standardization) Utilization: In connection with half masks Polimask 100/2, Polimask BETA, Polimask BETA/Silicone (DINEN 140) and full mask C 607/TWIN (DIN EN 136). Protection against organic gases and vapours with a boiling point > 65°C, inorganic gases and vapours, sulphur dioxide and ammonia, as well as particles of toxic and highly toxic substances. Description: The filter case is round and consists of filter pot and filter lid. The filter pot contains the Special thread, the filter lid is open to the inhalation side. There is a filter bed with activated charcoal. This is firmly fixed by the filter case and internal screens. The particle filter is positioned with inhalation side in front of the gas filter part. The particle filter consists of one construction unit and has bar folding. A gastight connection between the particle filter and the case is provided. The filter is welded in a water-vapour-proof plastic bag.

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