Clemco Operator Safety System Apollo 60
HAN: 10513D
Art.Nr.: 6107
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Components of the Set:

  • Clemco Supplied-Air Respirator Apollo 60
  • Mylar lenses 50 pcs
  • Blast suit size 52
  • Gloves
  • vAir filter CPF-20R
  • 20m Breathing air hose

The Apollo 60 is a Type CE, continuous flow, supplied-air respirator with Constant-Flow Connector for abrasive blasting, for use with an ambient air pump.

The high visibility red Apollo 60 is a double-shell helmet, with a full-view window, and a protective cape.

The Apollo 60 helmet is a NIOSH- approved type CE respirator (approval number TC# 19C - 358) and is recognized by OSHA as having an assigned protection factor (APF) against lead dust of 1000 times the permissible exposure limit (PEL). It also meets the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) requirement for hard hat protection.


  • Requires no compressor, breathing air filter, or CO monitor
  • Lightweight construction
  • Wide, full-view window
  • Nylon carrying strap
  • Allows operator to wear supplementary hearing and primary eye protection

Description of Operation

  • The Apollo 60 includes a double-shell construction helmet supported by an adjustable suspension. The operator adjusts the suspension to fit, then installs it in the helmet. A chin strap holds the helmet firmly in place.
  • The wide, full-view window provides an expansive field of view. An inner fixed lens seals out dust and abrasive. Up to five lightweight, disposable outer lenses, held in place by a hinged frame, protect the inner lens from pitting. As the outermost disposable lens becomes pitted, it can be torn off to expose the next lens.
  • The Apollo 60 comes with a Constant-Flow Connector that provides a fixed flow of air.
  • A flexible breathing tube between the Constant-Flow Connector and the helmet allows free movement of the operator's head. This tube contains specially- formulated sound-deadening materials that help the respirator comply with 80 dBA maximum noise level while allowing free air flow. For maximum protection while blasting, the operator must wear ear plugs or other suitable hearing protection and safety glasses or goggles.
  • The air enters the helmet at the rear, travels through a sound-attenuating distribution system at the top, and circulates about the operator's face. The incoming air maintains slightly positive pressure inside the helmet, so exhaled air exits via the knit collar. Maintaining positive pressure inside the helmet helps keep out the potentially harmful dust and abrasive.

Item number6107
Manufacturer number10513D
Category Operator Safety Systems
Product weight: 20,00 Kg

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