MSA MSA Versa Hood System Shoulder Length Tyvek Hood w/Male Snap Tite Connector P2125304 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/AGA/AGA-MSA484769.jpg MSA Versa Hood System Shoulder Length Tyvek Hood w/Male Snap Tite Connector 2125304 12.47lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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MSA Versa-Hood System Shoulder Length Tyvek Hood w/Male Snap-Tite Connector, Price/1 EA

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Product Description

Price is for 1 EA.

Versa-Hood™ Air-Supplied Hood can be used anywhere a Type C air-supplied hood is required. It is available in Tyvek® material in both shoulder-length and waist-length styles. Either style can be equipped for use with a plant air source or MSA's CompressAire™ Personal Air Compressor. When head protection is needed, a special three-point Velcro system secures the hood to an MSA V-Gard® Cap. The hood suspensions (basic or ratchet versions) are easily adjustable and stable, minimizing the need for a chin strap. The hood is designed to be disposable, thus eliminating the need for cleaning, and a twin-lens system extends the life of the hood. An air distribution system keeps the lens fog-free. NIOSH/MSHA certified.Type C supplied-air respirator with hood.Approvals and StandardsThe Versa-Hood™ Supplied-Air Respirator is certified by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) under 42 CFR, part 84. The MSA Versa-Hood has certifications: TC-19C-220, TC-19C-222 and TC-19C-224. Hazards Applications Toxic Atmosphere Non-IDLH ChemicalNuclearSpray Painting

Specs:
Product Type
Hood
Air Flow
Low Pressure




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