28 April 2009
The law is very clear that breathing apparatus should be adequate and provide the wearer with effective protection, be suitable for the intended use and be correctly maintained, examined and tested, but still some firms are snubbing safety in favour of profits.
Sales and Marketing director, Mark Haylett from Total Protection UK said: “We are pleased to be able to offer our customers with the very latest cutting edge safety equipment. One of our most popular products is our MSA AirGO Pro. It is by far the best breathing apparatus set on the market as it offers not only low cost of ownership but its state of the art components ensure long life and minimal maintenance.”
One of the main problems encountered with traditional breathing apparatus is that of stress and fatigue. The AirGo Pro offers the user with an ergonomically designed back plate, which evenly distributes weight and keeps the unit close to the body, which in turn reduces strain.
Approved to EN 137:2006  standards, the AirGo Pro also features a comfortable, padded shoulder straps and hip belt, which can be easily adjusted to suit all users.
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