Introducing the new PureFlo 3000

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All-in-one Powered Air Purifying Respiratory Protection

Gentex Europe, a leading manufacturer in personal protection, has launched a new modular all-in-one respiratory, head, face, eye and hearing protective systems: the PureFlo 3000.

Lightweight, head-mounted and compliant to the latest EN 12941:1998+A2:2008 TH3P regulations – the new PureFlo 3000 Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) maximises mobility and comfort for cost-effective, high-performance protection from multiple hazards.

 

Gary Storey, Head of Industrial Respiratory Sales, said: “We’re very excited to be introducing our latest innovation in workplace safety. In addition to our field-proven, industry-leading protection, the advanced features of the PureFlo 3000 PAPR sets a new bar for comfort and performance.”

Modular in design, with an array of accessories, the PureFlo 3000 PAPR is easily configurable for a wide variety of light and medium industrial applications, including manufacturing/construction, healthcare/pharmaceutical/laboratory and welding.

Its lightweight, robust design minimises worker fatigue, while meeting all relevant European standards for head, face and respiratory protection.

The PureFlo 3000 PAPR is ideal for healthcare, industrial and welding applications where powered air respiratory protection and maneuverability is key.

 


 

Full Support is an official channel partner of Gentex, selling into the healthcare, welding and industrial sectors.

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