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P3 Virus & Bacteria Filter FH1 Duraflow Readypak

Due to high demand we have had to limit the number of extra PF10 filters being ordered per customer to a maximum of 20 filters per order. For larger orders with FH1 Readypaks, please contact us.


Cleaning & Disinfection Guidelines for Powered Air Respirators Feb 2020 Technical Bulletin for PF10 P3 Filters

Scott Safety Duraflow Powered Air Purifying Respirator

Datasheet Maintenance Guide

Scott Safety FH1 Half Hood

Datasheet Maintenance Guide

PF10 P3 Particle Filter Cartridges


Product Description

This FH1 Duraflow Readypak includes;

1x Scott Safety Duraflow Powered Air Purifying Respirator
1x Scott Safety FH1 Half Hood
1x Fixed Length PU Hose
2x PF10 P3 Particle Filter Cartridges

The Duraflow is the latest Scott Safety PAPR device, which when fitted with PF10 P3 particle filters, can be used to filter out viruses and bacteria.

  • No fit-test required
  • Can be worn with most spectacles
  • TH3 Protection - maximum protection for a head-top
  • PAPR Device with 160 litre p/minute flow rate
  • Blower / battery / charger / belt included
  • 2 x PF10 P3 filters included
  • 12 month warranty

Duraflow Blower: EN 12941
FH1 Half Hood: TH3

Please see the advice below from the filter manufacturer specifically related to use of these products for protection against viruses:

When reusing these products after use or exposure to viruses, whilst the filter itself will continue to filter the hazard, what we, as a filter manufacturer cannot guard against is cross contamination that someone could get by handling a previously used filter. The exterior of the filter (plastic parts) could be wiped down with a suitable detergent/disinfectant, the decision to reuse would fall within the customers risk assessment.

When a respirator is worn in an area with a suspect or confirmed patient it should be considered potentially contaminated with infectious material. While the outside (cartridge type) could be cleaned the filter material cannot. nCoV can be transferred by contact i.e. touch and therefore filters should be treated as disposable.