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Air fed breathing and control equipment CRUSADER LITE AIR FED VISOR


Crusader air fed visors are ideal for paint spraying and light finishing applications. The Crusader lite visor is fully CE approved to BSEN 1835; 2000, and CE marked. Made in Britain.


The features are :- • Comfortable and light weight • Protects the full face area • Wide field of vision


• Regulator, fitted with dual sensory air deficiency warning whistle


• Pressure gauge, gives visual confirmation of air supply


• Nominal protection factor of 200, the highest available


• The design allows for the easy use of ear defenders when needed (not supplied)


The Crusader system comprises:- • Fully assembled visor ready for use • Adjustable regulator belt mounted • Adjustable belt to fit waists from 22/48 inches • Spare visor covers • Storage Bag


These are the optional accessories :- Charcoal filter (colour changing) Air flow test meter.


Part numbers 50-625


50-525 50-526 50-527 50-528 50-529


Spares 50-460


Complete outfit with visor and belt with regulator


Crusader Lite, visor only Belt assembly with regulator Air flow test meter accessory


Cool tube air chiller unit (excl regulator) Charcoal filter accessory


Breathing air visor tube with silencer


50-461-K50 Pack 50 visor covers 50-462


50-463 50-464 50-465


Replacement visor with breathing tube (excludes brow guard)


Replacement brow band Replacement hood


Safety device and regulator 50-465 Safety device and regulator 56 www.exitflex.co.uk www.exitflex.co.uk 57


50-529 Charcoal filter accessory (colour changing)


50-525 Visor assembly. Lightweight and comfortable


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50-526 Belt with regulator assembly


50-528 Cool tube air chiller shown on belt as an extra


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