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SAS Pure-Air 2000 Breathing Air System - 2001-01


SAS Pure-Air 2000 Breathing Air System - 2001-01



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SAS Pure-Air 2000 Breathing Air System - 2001-01

SAS Safety Corp
SKU:    8340
Price: $289.99 
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The Pure-Air 2000 Breathing Air System is a breakthrough in respiratory protection! This extraordinary system uses just one air line to supply user with clean, filtered, Grade "D" breathing air from electric shop compressors.

  • Maintains pressure for use of spray equipment, sanders and all types of air tools
  • Uses just one air line!
  • Meets OSHA 29CFR 1910.134 requirements for providing grade "D" air *

System Contents:

  • 2001-02 Pure-Air Filtration Unit
  • 3626 6' Work Line Hose
  • 9850-31 Nylon Web Belt

 

Warning: The Pure-Air 2000 Systems are not for use in Immediately Dangerous to Life & Health (IDLH) Atmospheres, or with gasoline/kerosene powered compressors. Do not operate at levels above 300 p.s.i. SAS Safety Corp. recommends using a high quality oil & water separator prior to installation of Pure-Air 2000.

*With proper use, Pure-Air 2000 Systems meet OSHA 29CFR 1910.134 requirements for constant flow supplied air.

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1. Anonymous User on 4/30/2015, said:

Dear Anonymous User, the six foot hose is for your paint gun or other air tool...not for the air source.
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2. Anonymous User on 4/3/2015, said:

SAS is a great brand; but description states a six foot hose being part of the kit. Really????? Let's face it, that is a joke; even if one were to have a hose connection on the two side walls of the booth, it would be totally inappropriate to lay down a paint job on a car; way too short. Maybe it would work for doing small items; but for an average vehicle, you'd need twenty at least, even up to thirty with a single filter.
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