3m Easi-air Dual Cartridge Paint Spray Respirator Assembly/mask Set - Auto Body on 2040-parts.com
Vermilion, Ohio, US
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Country of Manufacture:Japan
Manufacturer Part Number:Easi-Air
3M Easi-Air Dual Cartridge Paint Spray Respirator Assembly as Shown
Made in Japan
Comes with 2 cartridges
This is still factory sealed. Was never opened. Taken from storage.
Can be used for a variety of applications
I only have one of these to pass on and cannot get anymore of them
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