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Scorpion helmet


The Scorpion helmet was specifically designed for shot blasting applications. The helmet is highly visible comfortable to wear and large enough to accommodate ear defenders (not included). The helmet features an inner helmet for stability, a tear off visor system to ensure clear view, and it is of robust heavy duty construction throughout.


The complete system comprises: • Fully assembled helmet, ready for use, with belt hose and adjustable regulator, air deficiency gauge and warning whistle


• Heavy duty nylon cape, reinforced in high stress areas


• Spare disposable visor covers • Easy connect air feed ensuring quiet air supply.


• Comfortable fit waist belt with a size range 22/48 inches


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Features • Wide angle visibility.


• An adjustable regulator, with dual sensory warning whistle and pressure gauge


• Safe operation. Low air flow warning if air pressure drops below the minimum requirement


• Ergonomic design with easy tear off visors • Comfortable quiet air supply- less than 80dBA • Suitable for use with neck band ear defenders • Chinstrap option • Nominal protection factor (NPF)=500


• Approved to BSEN 14594:2005 Class 4B and CE marked


number description 50-528 50-530


50-532 50-531


50-450 50-451 50-452 50-453 50-454


Cool Air unit (excluding regulator) Scorpion CE approved Outfit complete


with HD Cape Visor covers and belt with regulator.


Air flow test meter. ( accessory item)


Adjustable regulator complete with dual warning system and hose.


Blue Cape, (Heavy duty) with neck seal. Visor seal.


Hose and fittings assembled. Headband.


Visor door c/w strike and hinge.


50-456-K100 Outer static disposable covers-100 pack 50-457-K6 Tear off disposable visor covers- 6 pack 50-458 50-459 50-460


Inner visor 1mm


Intermediate visor 0.5mm. Chinstrap (optional accessory)


Air supply equipment


50-517 SUPREME FILTER TRIPLE FILTER UNIT


The 50-517 is a robust piece of equipment with a design making it ideal as a portable air supply filter in an industrial and contract environment. The user can depend upon the performance to deliver clean air regardless of the unfriendly environment. This is a practical unit with easy to change filters.


Benefits • Easy read pressure gauge • Supplies up to two users • Minimum maintenance, self draining • Easy carry and low risk of damage


Features • Filters in excess 660 litres/min • Chemically resistant housing/handle


• Three stage unit, auto draining particulate, oil and carbon filter


• Light, only 5kg • Window for easy pressure check


Filter Accessory 50-508


Optional adaptor ‘Y’ piece and two QD couplings plus inlet fitting.


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50-518 STEEL FILTER TUBE ASSEMBLY


This standard filter tube is mounted on 4 steel legs which are convenient for bolting to the factory floor when in a permanent placement.


This is a heavy duty construction item and is an excellent economical filter.


Features • Popular item in shotblast locations • Single point outlet • Manual drain easy to access • Easy to replace the filter element • Heavy construction


50-518


50-517


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