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Time to top up your PortaCount accessories?

The little things do count.

 

Personal protective equipment is an important barrier between the wearer and potentially harmful substances or stimuli, and ensuring a proper fit is imperative to provide the user the safest level of protection.

 

We stock the full range of accessories and consumables for your PortaCount fit testing program, and while we aim to supply these to you in a timely manner we are currently experiencing extended lead times on some products due to the current worldwide demand for the PortaCount and all the parts that keep it running.

 

So – if you are running low on items such as isopropyl alcohol, wicks, pushnuts and probes or twin tubing, now is a good time to top up to make sure you have enough accessories to go around and keep your fit testing program running.

 

 

We are here to help – keep reading to view the range of accessories and get in touch using the contact for to re-stock what you need.

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PortaCount accessories:

TSI 8016 Isopropyl Alcohol
30ml x 16 Bottles

 

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TSI 800197 Twin-Tube Sampling Hose
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TSI 8033 Alcohol Wicks
for PortaCount

 

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TSI 803X-ZFLTR Filter, Zero Check, HEPA for PortaCount

 

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TSI 8025-N95R Fit Test Probe Refill Kit for Disposable Facepieces

 

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TSI 803011 Salt Tablets
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