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Welding Spark Test

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UV Hoods for
Oil Spill Cleanup

Materials for Making
PPE Hoods

GS & UV Hoods

Biosafety & Surgical

Critical Safety Issues
with Conventional PPE

GSP Spray Hood, Full-cover style, Aqua-blue or White, $1.86 ea, 50 hoods per pack

2.25 LBS
$18.00 (Fixed shipping cost)

Product Description

GSP Hoods are a newly added version with improved effectiveness of blocking paint or foam overspray. They have a 30% higher hydrostatic pressure resistance than that of our original General Safety Hoods.


The pleasing Aqua-blue color has been embraced by metal fabricators, farmers, food processors and many professionals work indoors.The white color is commonly used by in painting, powder coating, spray foam, pest control, cleanroom, and chemicals compounding.

The full-cover hood provides maximum coverage, forms air-pocket around nose and mouth and a tight fit around wearer's eyes. 



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  1. MASK is great - shipping sucks 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Jan 2021

    Can't believe you charge $17 per box to ship when I ordered 4 boxes at a time.

    Dear Customer,

    The shipping cost is automatically generated by the system. Next time, please give us a call before you place orders, hopefully we can work out something for you. Thank you for your business!

  2. Face Hoodies 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Dec 2016

    Great product! Our plant personnel seems to like using them and ask me to keep ordering.

  3. My employess are grateful 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Oct 2016

    We work with many different fibers here at our warehouse and my team was always affected by them. With the VitaFlex full face hood they are much more comfortable and are able to work longer without breaks. I would recommend this product to anyone in a dusty environment.

  4. Does the job 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Aug 2014

    This hood works very good in our deburring area. Keeps all the particles from getting into the employees hair and then possibly falling into their eyes.