REUSEABLE GAS CARTRIDGES. Left hand thread for single.
Dromex® DHCS-A1 UNIFIT lightweight reusable gas cartridges is used
in conjunction with Dromex single cartridge respirators (DH101),
filtering organic gases and vapours with a boiling point greater than
65 degrees Celsius present in the atmosphere. Valve replaced with every filter.I
EN141 2000 (EN14387:2004 +A1 2008). Individually sealed.
Dromex® DHCS-A1 UNIFIT lightweight reusable gas cartridges is used in conjunction with Dromex® single cartridge respirators (DH101), filtering organic gases and vapours with a boiling point greater than 65 degrees Celsius present in the atmosphere.Dromex® DHCS-A1 cartridges can be used with Dromex® Pre-filters (DHCS P2PF only) providing protection against particulates and prolongs the life of the corresponding gas filter by adding additional protection against oil when working in greasy environments.
Style: Single cartridge, re-useable A1 gas filter
Breathing Resistance: @15 l/min >1.0 firstname.lastname@example.org/min >4.0 mbar
Gas Capacity: Break through time in minutes (BTT) min Cyclohexane (C6,H12) BTT >70min @ 10ml/m3
Maximum Filter Capacity: Low 1000ppm
Additional: There are no metal fittings in this device.Each gas filter is fitted with a new inhalation valve
NRCS Homologated as per SANS 10338:2009 as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (Act No. 85 of 1993), and the Mine Health and Safety Act, 1996 (Act No. 29 of 1996). SANS 54387:2007, Respiratory protective devices – Gas filters and combined filters – Requirements, testing, marking, NRCS Type Approval No.: AZ 2011/70.Approved for used with half masks as per EN140:1998.CE EN approval as per BSI CE No. 0086.
The exterior of the filter can be cleaned with the use of a dry cloth. Solvents must not be used and care should be taken to ensure no water enters the filter. Shelf Life3 years. The expiry date of each item is indicated on the cartridge.
All industrial waste should be disposed of correctly according to local regulations and good disposal practice. Respiratory protective devices should be disposed of considering the hazardous substances they were used for. Please consider recycling.