CleanSpace Half Mask Adaptor for Quantitative Fit (PortaCount)

PRODUCT CODE: PAF-0025

PRODUCT NAME: CleanSpace™ Half Mask Adaptor for Quantitative Fit (PortaCount)

The CleanSpace Half Mask Adaptor for Quantitative Fit is designed to be used with the CleanSpace Half Masks. The mask fit test adaptor is fitted in the front of the half mask to enable a Quantitative Fit (TSI PortaCount) Test. Instructions for use are provided with the adaptor.

NOTE: The CleanSpace Full Face Mask (PAF-1014) requires the CleanSpace Full Face Mask Quantitative Fit Test (PortaCount) Adaptor (PAF-1015).

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Approvals

Compatible with the CleanSpace Half Masks (PAF-0033, PAF-1010, PAF-0027)

Standards
AS/NZS1716: 2012
EN 12942

Classification
PAPR-P3

Features

  • Used with the revolutionary CleanSpace Respirators: light weight, no hoses or belts
  • Used with the CleanSpace Half Masks only
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Fits with the TSI PortaCount equipment
  • Easy to wash and quick drying

Specifications and materials

  • Weight: 70g
  • Dimensions: 50mm x 50mm x 25mm
  • Material: High grade aluminium
  • Cleaning: Lukewarm water and mild detergent (neutral pH 6 – 8). Do not use solvents (turpentine or acetone), hot water, bleaching or chemical agents.
  • Storage: –10°C to +55°C (–4°F to +131°F) at <90% relative humidity. Store away from direct sunlight, water, grease and oil.
  • Only to be used with the CleanSpace2 PAPR power units

Suitable Applications

Welding, Woodworking, Manufacturing, Smelting, Construction, Recycling Plants, Emergency Services, Mining, Agriculture, Processing Plants, Grinding, DIY, etc.

Training

Online training available with verification for compliance purposes. Register Here.

Limitations

CleanSpace respirators are air filtering, fan assisted positive pressure masks and designed to be worn in environments where there is sufficient oxygen to breathe safely. Do not use the CleanSpace in IDLH atmospheres, to protect against gases/vapours that cannot be filtered, or in Oxygen enriched or deficient atmospheres