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EEBA, 15 Minute, 40Lpm, Composite Cylinder

SCOTT SAFETY

Price: $1,016.00 / each

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  • Item # 5UVJ4
  • Mfr. Model # 2014226
  • UNSPSC # 46182002
  • Catalog Page # 2380
  • Shipping Weight 11.35 lbs.
Country of Origin United KingdomCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemEmergency Escape Breathing Apparatus
  • Escape Duration (Minutes)15
  • PSI3000
  • Cylinder MaterialComposite
  • Facepiece MaterialFlame-Resistant Polyurethane
  • Flow Rate40Lpm
  • StandardsNIOSH Approval TC-13F-530
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Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus
Scott
ELSA® respirators feature a rechargeable cylinder, pressure gauge, and safety orange PVC-coated polyester bag. Clear polyurethane detachable hood provides 360° visibility.
• NIOSH approved

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