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Breathing mask blows air over face

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article image The Airfed 2100 full-face breathing mask.

THE Airfed 2100 full-face breathing mask is now available from Cormack Anest-Iwata . Designed with safety, comfort and hygiene in mind, the unit features a replaceable visor cover, which allows a panoramic view for the user.

A Class LDH3 safety device, the mask provides a protection factor of 200 times the occupational exposure limit.

The complete unit comes with a ten metre breathe hose and has a preset air flow that meets the requirements of AS/NZS1716.

An improvement on the the Airfed 2000 full face mask, the 2100 is highlighted by a revamped air diffuser. Located under the browguard, the air diffuser directs airflow down and under the face.

Downward air flow moves air away from the eyes, compared to more conventional units which blow air upward. This means better eye protection and less chances for sore eyes.

The Airfed 2100 is supplied with a waist belt and pre-set air regulator, with replaceable carbon filter and QR fittings. The belt includes a pliable bracket that moulds to the user's body contour and has a quick release buckle for ease of fitting.

The unit also comes with a neck and shoulder cover to provide full protection for the user's head.

The floating headband has four adjustment points, with front and rear adjustment, for superior user comfort. The face seal and sweat band are replaceable for added hygiene.

Other features include a visual air supply indicator located within the user's peripheral vision - allowing the user to ensure that air is being supplied at all times.

A 1.2 metre super flexible gun whip hose, with ultra light fittings, comes with the unit to provide enhanced spray gun manoeuvrability.

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