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Full Support have released a new animated series promoting their market-leading Easiair: Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR).

 

 

 

PAPR devices are a type of respiratory protective equipment (RPE) designed to protect the wearer from hazardous breathing conditions in the workplace. They work by drawing potentially contaminated air in the environment through a filter using a motorised fan, before blowing the cleaned air into a hood or headpiece worn by the user.

Designed by leading health and safety professionals, the Easiair: PAPR kit is a comfortable, ready-to-use RPE that does not require fit testing and is specifically designed for virus and particulate protection – suitable for a range of industries including healthcare, dentistry and hair and beauty.

While other forms of RPE can be uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time – leading wearers to incorrectly adjust or remove their mask. Easiair: PAPR includes a lightweight blower unit providing a constant stream of air keeping the wearer cool and comfortable for up to 11 hours straight.

Now at just £395 (+VAT), the full kit includes: the Blower Unit, a Pre-fitted P3 Filter, PVC Decon Belt, Full-length Soft Hood, Hose, 11 Hour Battery, Battery Charger and Flow Meter.

Click here to find out more and buy today: www.fullsupporthealthcare.com/product/full-support-easiair-2020-papr-kit

 

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