Item Details Allegro Tyvek Disposable Replacement Maintenance Free Hood Assembly is made of tyvek material. Hood includes a low-pressure flow adapter, a connector, clamp and is ideal to use in auto body shops as well as metal finishing operations. It has a one-piece construction and is designed to connect to adjustable flow control valve, personal air cooler or air temperature controller. It comes with a breathing tube as well as head suspension and is suitable to use for workers with beards or goggles. It is maintenance free, flexible as well as resistant to splash. Features Hood is designed with the breathing or down tube and head suspension completely integrated so that the hood assembly is constructed into a one-piece instead of the standard three-piece assembly This eliminates the need for decontamination of the breathing tube or replacement parts, because the entire hood assembly is disposed of after use Because the down tube is integrated into the hood, it is maintenance free and completely disposable Offered in poly-coated DuPont Tyvek, it is flexible, splash resistant and seals in the air flow The breathing tube incorporates a multi-layer sound dampening system made of foam extending up inside the hood that prevents the tube from being crushed or twisted during use It allows the system to meet stringent NIOSH requirements for sound levels inside a hood The disposable hood brings air down across the lens which minimizes fogging and brings air to the breathing area A large viewing window provides a wide field of vision and its generous size makes it perfect for workers with beards or goggles Its large bib provides splash protection and allows it to be tucked into a suit where it directs air to the body he disposable one-piece suspension offers easy adjustment with a hook and loop closure and an absorbent foam headband Specifications NIOSH Approved This listing is for Each.
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