Cookie use on this website

We use cookies to ensure that we can provide you with the best experience on our website. If you continue we assume you consent to receive all cookies from this website. More Info

 
FORCE™8 PressToCheck™
DAILY FACE-FIT CHECK TECHNOLOGY
Face-fit testing is reassuring, but how can you be sure that you have donned the mask correctly each time you wear it? With PressToCheck™ filters you can instantly check that you have the correct seal every time you don your mask before entering the hazard zone.

PressToCheck™
Compact P3 R D Filter

Low profile compact filter pair, weighing only 50g. One day recommended daily usage. Conforms to: EN143
View product

PressToCheck™
P3 R D Filter

Low profile filter pair, weighing only 88g. Five day recommended weekly usage. Conforms to: EN143
View product

PressToCheck™
A2 P3 R D Filter

Low profile filter pair, weighing only 228g. Five day recommended weekly usage. Conforms to: EN14387
View product

PressToCheck™
ABEK1 P3 R D Filter

Low profile filter pair, weighing only 250g. Five day recommended weekly usage. Conforms to: EN14387
View product
FILTER TESTING AND MANUFACTURING
JSP's state of the art European production facility has the ability to produce filter components on demand, reducing unnecessary material, storage and delivery wastage. Automated in-house testing of PressToCheck™ filter units, plus batch release testing ensures the filters are fully compliant with Category 3 CE marking requirements. Rigorous testing procedures provide the highest quality reassurance.
PRESSTOCHECK™ FILTER COMPATIBILITY
Our full range of PressToCheck™ filters are sleek and low profile, allowing for full levels of compatibility with other JSP products such as the EVO® VISTA® integrated eyewear range. PressToCheck™ filters are for use with both the Force™8 half mask and Force™10 Typhoon™ full face mask.

FORCE™10 - View Product
HOW MUCH WILL YOU SAVE?
Force™8 Half Mask with PressToCheck™ filters can save £1000's a year when compared to disposable masks.

Calculate savings now