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Services we provide

RPE Servicing + RPE Maintenance

Our Servicing & Maintenance programme is tailored for your company and workforce requirements.

A majority of our current clients opt for our monthly Servicing and Maintenance programme.

We understand RPE maybe in constant use, therefore to ensure minimum disruption and downtime of RPE, we are able to service your equipment when it is not in use.

All of our work is detailed and Maintenance records are produced to satisfy current COSHH Regulations and

HSE requirements.

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Decontamination & Disinfecting (Inc Biohazardous goods)

All RPE that enter our premises for Servicing undergo a rigorous deep cleaning process.

Depending on the contaminate in question, suitable chemical solutions are selected to remove the contaminate by way of submersion, manual cleaning and machine cleaning at high temperatures to remove the contaminate.

Our deep cleaning process ensures complete decontamination and disinfection as the final result of our servicing procedure.

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Respiratory Protection Equipment Supply

We are able to source and supply RPE Replacement parts and consumables for most makes and models at competitive prices.

  • Single use disposable respirators

  • Reusable half-masks and full face respirators

  • Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR)

  • Supplied Air-Fed Respirators

  • Auto Darkening (ADF) Welding helmets

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RPE Fit Testing

We are able to provide Qualitative & Quantitative

fit testing.

The Quantitative (PortaCount) method can be used to fit test all types of tight-fitting masks including disposable, half and full face masks. Quantitative tests give an objective assessment of facial fit and provide a direct numerical result called a Fit Factor

Qualitative tests rely on the wearer’s taste response to detect faceseal leakage of a test agent (Bitter or Sweet). The Qualitative method requires the same seven-test exercise protocol as other methods as described in INDG 479, but can only be employed for fit testing of filtering facepieces (disposable masks) and half masks, not full face masks. This method involves a ‘Sensitivity Test’ and ‘Fit Test’ step which must both be conducted with the same test agent.

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