3M Scott Vision RFF1000 Full Face Mask
3M Scott Vision RFF1000 full face mask. The Vision 2 Full Face Respirator provides the ultimate in comfort, ease of use and wearer appeal.
The visor offers the wearer a virtually unrestricted (98 per cent) field of vision and is optically perfect to prevent any visual distortion. This has huge benefits in user acceptance and comfort. Moulded in polycarbonate, it provides eye and face protection and is hard coated to offer excellent solvent and scratch resistance for a long service life.
Comfort is further enhanced by the Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) faceseal. LSR provides a more durable material than conventional silicone moulding, but remains soft against the skin and highly flexible, readily conforming to the contours of the face. The broad contact area minimises pressure points and seals effectively without over-tightening the head harness. LSR is also non-dermatitic and hypo-allergenic, reducing the possibility of skin irritation.
The whole mask weighs just over 600g and filters are set low and close to the face to give excellent balance, avoiding neck strain and further improving wearer acceptance.
Air Flow Management
The inner half mask is moulded in anti-dermatitic TPE. It ensures a directional air flow to prevent misting of the visor and to maintain low carbon dioxide levels. The matt finish prevents reflective glare on the inside of the visor.
RFF1000 accepts any of the Scott Pro range of canister filters. Produced in Scott's Centre of Excellence, all Scott filters are designed to withstand the demands of heavy industrial applications. They are manufactured to the highest standards and subjected to rigorous quality assurance testing.
Cleaning is straightforward and requires no dismantling of the face mask. Maintenance procedures are also minimal and result in low through-life costs. Each Vision 2 visor is individually serial numbered to simplify record keeping. Scott recommends an annual service at an approved service centre (contact Scott Customer Services for details). More frequent servicing may be appropriate.