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Bullard launches T-Series Quick-Attach Respirator Hoods

CC20, RT and GR50 hoods now NIOSH-approved with threaded quick-connect for EVA PAPR

June 13, 2012
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T-Series Quick Attach Respirator HoodBullard’s EVA Powered Air-Purifying Respirator (PAPR) is now NIOSH approved (TC-21C-0836 and TC-23C) with Threaded (T-Series) Quick-Attach Connections for the CC20, RT, and GR50 Series Respirator Hoods. The T-Series Quick-Attach connections provide a robust attachment of the breathing tube to the hood, with just a few simple turns. 

The EVA is a technologically advanced PAPR that offers constant air flow in a compact, ergonomic, lightweight design. Offering 1,000 Assigned Protection Factor, EVA features an innovative Active Flow Technology system that automatically maintains constant air flow, an easy-to-read fuel gauge that lets users quickly check the unit’s battery status, and a long-lasting 10,000-hour brushless motor.

Bullard’s respirator hoods provide superior protection and comfort for use with Powered Air-Purifying Respirators (PAPR) and Supplied Air Respirators (SAR). Hoods require no OSHA fit testing and offer a patented air delivery system that prevents lens fogging by directing air to the breathing zone. Hood choices are available in single or double bib, Dupont™ Tychem® or Nomex® fabrics, with or without headbands and with acetate, PETG, vinyl or polycarbonate lenses.

Founded in 1898, Bullard is a leading manufacturer of personal protective equipment and systems worldwide. Product lines include respiratory protection devices, hard hats, thermal imagers, and firefighter and rescue helmets. Bullard is headquartered in Cynthiana, Kentucky.  For more information on Bullard products, e-mail info@bullard.com, call Bullard Customer Service at 877-BULLARD or visit www.bullard.com. To configure a Bullard respiratory system, visit www.BuildYourBullard.com.

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