Unit 1 Levens Hall Park,
Lund Lane, Killinghall,
Harrogate, HG3 2BG
Force 8 Half Mask Twin Respirator with Typhoon Valve and pair of A1P2 filters
£26.25 exc vat
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Art No: FM-F8-A1P2 – Force 8 Half Mask Twin Respirator With Typhoon Valve – (for organic vapours/gasses and dust)
(This item comes with a pair of A1P2 Filters)
For health and safety during airbrushing or spray-painting, any liquid or particles atomised in the air should not be going down into your lungs – especially solvent-based paints, but even if the paint is water-based and non-toxic. These masks fit comfortably and are affordable so there is no reason to take unnecessary risks with your health while painting.
- Superior low breathing resistance
- Fully-adjustable 4-point suspension harness with quick release buckles
- Durable thermoplastic rubber offering a superior fit to most face shapes comfortably
- Low profile angle of filters for minimum visual impairment
- Reflective strips create increased visibility in low-light environments
- Replaceable filter cartridges
- Conforms to EN140
Force 8 Half Mask with Typhoon Valve and Twin filter cartridges A1P2 cartridges are suitable for protecting your respiratory system from:
- Solvent-based painting
- Water-based painting
- Rubbing down paint
- Paint stripping
- White spirit
- Welding (ferrous and lead)
- Organic vapours and gases
- Fibres and fibre glass
- Wood (hard and soft)
- Nuisance odours
- The filters confirm to EN140 (Face piece), EN14387:2004 (Filter performance), EN143:200 (Filter performance).
Replacing the filters:
Replacement twin cartridge A1P2 filters are available. Replace the filters periodically. If you start to smell the odour of the paint or it becomes difficult to draw air through the filter, then it is time to replace your cartridges. Preferably replace them before this occurs to ensure you are fully protected.
When fitting filters to your mask, you will need to use a reasonable amount of force to rotate them into the “locked” position. This is to ensure that the gasket between the filters and the mask body is well compressed and therefore sealing the interface efficiently. When carrying out this task, be careful not to grip the exhaust valve body inside the mask. However, you may grab the overall mask body with the required force to rotate the filters into the “locked” position.
Replace the filters periodically. If you start to smell the odour of the paint or it becomes difficult to draw air through the filter, then it is time to replace your cartridges. Preferably replace them periodically before this occurs to ensure you are fully protected.