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28 Day Disposable Respirator

28 Day Disposable Respirator

Harmonised Standard EN140: 1998

Launch Of New 28 Day Disposable Respirator. Made from medical grade PVC. This respirator is designed to conform to the requirements of the EN405. The standard does not require any maintenance records to be kept and the respirator can be used for a period not exceeding 28 days.

Our user friendly twin filter respirator comes complete with A1P2(s) – organic vapour/dust combination cartridges. All the comfort features found in the CK 1004 respirator are included in this product.

Cartridges are not replaceable and this respirator should be disposed of responsibly after 28 days.

Colours available: Red, Blue and Black.

Ref CK1010/colour

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Twin disposable respirators CK1010/A1P2 Bulblike 28 day Medical grade PVC c/w A1P2 twin cartridge 1
IMPORTANT INFORMATION

We are happy to advise our customers about how to find an accredited Respirator Face Fit Training course to give you the skills and knowledge to meet the requirements of HSE282/28 for Competency of Fit Testing Operators.CK European Safety Equipment Ltd has 2 qualified Fit Testers who will be happy to assist you.

Fit Testing Of Respirators – Training required

RPE Fit Testing is required for all tight-fitting facepieces including all filtering facepieces (disposable face masks), half masks and full-face masks. This includes negative pressure full-face masks as well as power-assisted full masks, and both self-contained and air-fed breathing apparatus.

Information Document HSE 282/28, recommends that RPE Fit Testing should only be conducted by a trained competent person.

The COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) Regulations include a requirement that the initial selection process for all tight-fitting facepieces should include face-fit testing to ensure the wearer has a correctly fitting device. Face-Fit Testing is also required under the Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations and the Control of Lead at Work Regulations.

To be competent, the fit test operator should have adequate knowledge and have received adequate instruction and training in the following areas:

  • Regulations and Guidance
  • The Purpose and Applicability of Fit Testing
  • Procedures for Selection of Adequate and Suitable RPE
  • Fit Factors and Protection Factors
  • Examination Procedures for RPE, Identification of Maintenance Problems
  • Correct Donning Procedures and Pre-Use Fit Checks
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Face-Fit Testing
  • Sampling from the Facepiece
  • Diagnostic Checks on Equipment
  • Correct Fit Testing Procedures, Purpose of the Fit Testing Exercises
  • Problem Solving
  • Capabilities and Limitations of the Fit Testing Equipment
  • Interpretation of Results

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