The SR 570 face shield, the SR 500, SR 500 EX or SR 700 battery-powered fan, and approved filters are included in the Sundström fan-assisted respiratory protection system.
The breathing hose from the face shield is connected to the filter-equipped fan. Hose included.
The overpressure formed in the face shield prevents particles and other contaminants from entering the shield.
The equipment can be used as an alternative to filter protection in any situation where it is recommended. This is particularly true in the case of heavy, hot or long-term work.
- Protects the respiratory zone and head
- Flip-up Visor
- Blow- and scratch-resistant PC visibility screen
- Adjustable Head Position
- Air inverter for optimal comfort
- The supplied air keeps the visor fog-free
- Interchangeable flexible breathing hose
- Standard attachment for hearing protection
- Interchangeable protection film as accessory
- PC visibility screen and visor frame withstand high speed particles 120m/s at extreme temperatures, liquid splashes and molten metal splashes
- Equipped with exhalation valve
- Available in one size
- It can also be used together with Compressed Air Attachment SR 507.
- EX-rated together with fan SR 500 EX.
Complies with EN 12941:1998 + A2:2008, EN 166:2001, EN 812:2012 with bump cap
Airflow: 175-240 l/min (SR 500), 175-225 l/min (SR 700). EN 12941:1998 + A2:2008 greater than or equal to 120 l/min
Temperature range for use: -10 – +55 °C, less than 90% RH.
Storage temperature: -20 – +40 °C, less than 90% RH.
Warning level for low flow: less than 175 l/min. EN 12941:1998 + A2:2008 less than or equal to 175 l/min
Weight with breathing hose: approx. 850 g. EN 12941:1998 + A2:2008 less than or equal to 1 500 g
Firing test with steel ball, diam. 6 mm, against visor: 120 m/s.
Assigned protection factor (established by the Swedish Work Environment Authority and generally applicable to all approved fan-assisted respirators regardless of test results): 200 (TH3).
Nominal protection factor (according to EN 529:2005): 500 (TH3).
Approvals: EN 12941:1998 + A2:2008 - EN 166:2001 - EN 812:2012 with Bump cap.