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New Options for Twin Filter Face Masks

Mar 11 2009

The lightweight Draeger X-plore 3000 Series of twin filter half-masks is ideal for use in any environment where airborne dusts and metal particles might be found.  Combining comfort and FFP3 levels of performance, the range also offers a wide choice of design options to suit different users as well as different environments.  The Draeger X-plore 3300 limited life version is ideal for those requiring an economical yet comfortable respirator for short duration, one-off applications, whilst the X-plore 3500 offers robust, reusable protection for longer-term wear. Available in three sizes and easily adjusted to ensure an optimum fit for different face shapes, the range also features an innovative X-guided strap system to ensure an even weight distribution. In addition, the 3500 incorporates a revolutionary ‘drop down’ design to allow easy removal without, for example, having to remove a safety helmet.

Specifically designed to suit any head shape, a new FlexiFit head cradle eliminates hair entanglement as well as pressure points, and is almost unnoticeable beneath a safety helmet. The low profile, ‘swept back’ design ensures an optimal field of vision when worn with protective visors, and a flexible nose section affords a secure seal whilst offering excellent compatibility with safety glasses and goggles. Simple to don and straightforward in use, each of these masks also feature an easy, secure bayonet filter attachment. As a result, they can be used with a wide selection of filters including the new Draeger X-plore Pure Filter range. Reusable over more than one shift and featuring a patented design for a quick and easy fit, the Pure, lint-free filters can be used as a particle filter or in combination with gas filters. Modular in design, they can also be supplied with an integrated charcoal layer to protect against nuisance and organic odours.

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