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    Respiratory protection

    Disposable supplied-air respirator hoods

    April 1, 2013

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    This line of fully disposable supplied-air respirator hoods (Shown: The Maintenance-Free Tyvek Hood) are designed with the breathing down tube and head suspension completely integrated so the hood is constructed into a one-piece assembly. This eliminates the need for decontamination of the breathing tube or replacement parts by allowing the entire hood assembly to be disposed of after contamination.

    Allegro Industries Inc.

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