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Moldex EasyLock A1 Filters Pair

Suitable for all Series 7000 and 9000 respiratory masks, the Moldex EasyLock A1 Filters are designed to protect the wearer from organic gases and vapours which can cause harm. Ideal for industrial use, the filter cartridges are sold in pairs and tested and certified to EN 14387:2004+A1:2008, 1000ppm.

Featuring revolutionary design which includes a new inhalation valve, it ensures breathing resistance is reduced for comfort and fatigue prevention. Plus, with no additional clips or holders required, you replace the filters by simply twisting the old one off and twisting the new filter on.

It is recommended that the Moldex filters are replaced monthly, or earlier when breathing resistance increases, you can smell vapours and gases, or the use-by-date passes. For breathing protection which suits your specific needs, a gas and vapour filter can be attached directly to the mask or combined with any Moldex particulate filter.


Price and Quantity
Normal price: £8.74
Simply price: £6.99 + vat (£8.39 inc. vat)
Available: In Stock
Delivery: Next working day if ordered before 2pm
Details and Dimensions
  • Certified to EN 14387:2004+A1:2008, 1000ppm
  • Simple to fit with the Easylock fittings
  • For use with 7000 and 9000 series masks 
  • Manufactured by Moldex

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