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10 - PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

Moldex 8752A: Unit of Measure - Each

• Suitable for most welding applications

• Fits under most welding helmets

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• Fibreglass free

• AS/NZS 1716 P2 approved

ORDER CODE

Description

44070084

Moldex 8752A P2 Plus

Nuisance Organic Vapours Ozone

Moldex 8000 Series Replacement Cartridges:

Unit of Measure - Pair

• A1, A1B1E1K1, P2/P3

• Multi-Gas, Fumes, Mists, Vapours and Dust

• Each cartridge comes with a new inhalation valve and has

a snap in mount that eliminates cross threading

• AS/NZS 1716 approved

ORDER CODE

Description

44070090

8030A Particulate P2/P3 Cartridge

44090091

8100A Organic Vapour A1 Cartridge

44070088

8600A Multi-Gas Smart

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A1B1E1K1 Cartridge

Not to be used for 2-pac paint applications.

Eye Protection

Our eyes are a precious and fragile asset which need protection

from damage. It is vital that the correct type of safety eyewear is

used and the product being provided in the workplace complies

to AS1337:1992 which sets out the standards for eye protectors

for industrial applications.

It should be noted that if you are wearing eyewear which

is marked as AS1067:2003 you will not receive any impact

protection. This standard refers to sunglasses and general

purpose glasses only and should not be used in a

workplace environment.

How do I know if I am wearing the correct eyewear?

There are different types of eye protection that can be worn and

it is important that the correct one is selected to give maximum

safety. Below you will see the recommended applications for

each style.

Low Impact Spectacles

These should only be worn in an environment where the main

danger is from nuisance rather than impact. An example being

an application such as sanding of woodwork where a lot of dust

may be created, or an electrical pole worker who has an issue

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fact it has no lens marking.

Medium Impact Spectacles

Medium impact should be worn where there is a danger

from medium velocity impact such as a nail from a nail gun. A

medium impact spectacle that complies with AS1337:1992 will

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High Impact Protection

High impact protection can only be achieved under the

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shield. These should be worn when there is a danger of high

velocity impact such as debris from an angle grinder. A Full face

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the lens.

Heat Protection

There are many applications where molten metal or hot solids

are an issue and it is recommended that for these applications

that a suitable goggle or full face shield is used. Under the

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is suitable for this application.

According to government statistics there were over 6500

claims for eye injuries in 2002 in Australia. It is important

that eye protection is a priority in the workplace so check

the following to make sure you are operating safely.

Check that your eyewear has AS1337 stamped on it:

• Make sure you are using the right level of protection

for the application

• Review the work area and assess the hazards

• If you are unsure go to the maximum protection