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Avon Protection 75027-100-D2-AC | Regular CBRN Escape Hood with Attachment, 13 - 18 in Neck, Clear | Safeware
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Regular CBRN Escape Hood with Attachment 13 - 18 in Neck Clear

  • Brand Name: Avon Protection
  • PN: AVO 75027-100-D2-AC
  • MPN: 75027-100-D2-AC
  • UPC: 680474525249
  • Min. Order Qty: 1
  • Availability: loading
Color      :      Clear
Product Family      :      NH15™
Product Type      :      CBRN Escape Hood with Attachment
Size      :      13 - 18 in Neck

The Avon NH15™ CBRN air purifying escape respirator is the smallest and most compact escape hood on the market, approved to carry NIOSH and CE marking. Its low cost makes it ideal for police, emergency medical services and fire officers seeking immediate or emergency respiratory protection in a CBRN scenario. The NH15™ hood has a five year shelf life and provides a high level of respiratory, eye and face protection for a minimum of fifteen min. Made of clear material, the NH15™ not only protects against all airborne CBRN threats but also protects the face from liquid agent splashes. The clear material gives a non-threatening appearance, aids with recognition of the wearer and also allows for superior visual communication. Twin low-profile filters on a unique hinge system feature the latest filtration media which reduces breathing resistance and a front reflector makes it easier to identify colleagues in low light environments.

  • Compact - low profile filters to reduce snagging, streamlined design
  • See and be seen - clear range of vision, reflective label
  • Fit and comfort - close fit filters, self-adjusting harness
  • Cost of ownership - no fit test requirements, no replaceable parts, no maintenance or inspections

Warranty: 5 years

Standards/Certifications: NIOSH CBRN approved TC-14G-0302, PPE directive 89/686/EEC for CE certified, article 10 type-examination approval to BS8468-3.2:2009 type-1, certificate no. CEC 40136 A2

Applications: For police, emergency medical services and fire officers seeking immediate or emergency respiratory protection in a CBRN scenario