Ensuring the safety of your workers is a top priority, especially when it comes to protecting their lungs in potentially harmful environments. That's where our disposable respirators come into play, offering reliable defence against airborne dangers.
Breathe Easy with Disposable Respirators
P1 Respirators - No Valve: These are your go-to for dusty situations. Whether it's construction or any dusty job, they've got you covered. They're comfy too, thanks to latex-free straps. Plus, they meet the AS/NZC 1716:2003 standard, so you can trust their quality. You get 20 in a box.
P1 Respirators - With Valve: Dusty job? These are your pals. The valve makes breathing easier and keeps you cool. Like their valve-less counterparts, they have latex-free straps and meet the AS/NZC 1716:2003 standard. You'll find 12 in a box.
P2 Respirators - No Valve: When the air's filled with toxic dust, like asbestos or welding fumes, these respirators are your shield. They're comfortable, thanks to the latex-free straps, and they meet the AS/NZC 1716:200 standard. You get 20 in a box.
P2 Respirators - With Valve: For those toxic dusty environments, our P2 respirators with valves are your best choice. The valve makes breathing easier and cooler. Just like their valve-less counterparts, they come with latex-free straps and meet the AS/NZC 1716:200 standard. You'll find 12 in a box.
Non-Toxic Dust Mask: These lightweight masks are perfect for long, comfortable wear. They have an adjustable aluminium nose piece that moulds to individual comfort for a secure and snug fit. You get 50 masks in a box.
At Gateway Packaging, safety is our top priority. Our disposable respirators meet strict AS/NZC 1716 standards, guaranteeing your team's protection. But safety doesn't mean sacrificing comfort - our latex-free straps ensure a secure and comfy fit for all.
Your team's safety matters most. Equip them with our trusted disposable respirators, the frontline defence against unsafe environments. Have questions or need more info? Reach out to our friendly sales team today.