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Description

The combined filter 205 A2P3 R is designed for use in areas contaminated by dusts and solvent vapours. The design ensures the filtration of organic gases and vapours and (boiling point>65°C) a particle filter efficiency of > 94.95%. You can find all locations in the main applications.

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Additional Information

Spasciani
BartelsRieger
126025
Combined filter
In conjunction with a face piece - half mask DUETTA (DIN EN 140) with a bayonet connection -
for protection from organic gases and vapours with a boiling point above 65°C and from particles as well as solid and liquid aerosols.
The durability of gas filters depends on several factors such as
concentration of the harmful gases, ambient temperature, humidity, work intensity, posture, etc. Therefore, it cannot be predicted.
Filters that have been opened must be replaced after 6 months at the latest.
The use of respiratory protection filters requires basic knowledge of the function and handling of respirators. Information on this can be found in the trade association regulations and rules, in particular in BGR 190.
Damaged filters must not be used.
respiratory protection filter
For filtering devices, the protection objective of supplying the wearer of a respirator with pure breathing air is achieved by filtering the harmful substances by means of a gas, particle or combined filter. Depending on the type of filter, filter devices can remove and store certain pollutants from the ambient atmosphere within the limits of their separative or absorption capacity.

Filter devices do not provide protection in cases of oxygen deficiency. The prerequisite for their use is at least 17% oxygen by volume in the ambient atmosphere.

Particle filters are divided into the following particle filter classes according to their separative capacity for particles:
• P1 (lower separative capacity)
• P2 (medium separative capacity)
• P3 (very high separative capacity)
Gas filters are subdivided into gas filter types according to their main application area (for example, against organic or inorganic gases and vapours) and in three gas filter classes which are classified according to a maximum permissible pollutant concentration in the ambient atmosphere.

Combined filters are filters for protection against gases, vapours and particles. They consist of a gas filter part and an upstream particle filter part.
A – organic gases and vapours (boiling point > 65°C)
P – particles
EN 14387