Carrying Case First Aid Kit, 400 mm x 300mm x 150 mm

  • RS Stock No. 309-0501
  • Mfr. Part No. 0360113
  • Manufacturer W Sohngen
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

First-aid case, SPECIAL

Industrial first-aid kit, especially for the entire electrical engineering industry
Based on an MT-CD mobile first-aid case with basic content in accordance with DIN 13 157
Signal colour orange, retains shape, temperature-resistant, shock-resistant, splash-proof and dust-proof
Screen-printed design and labelling, first-aid colour pictograms
ABS container, dimensions L x W x H (mm): 400 x 300 x 150

Contents

Cooling Pad
Cooling Spray
Plaster Bandage
Special Units & Instruments
Wound Cleaning Wipe

Specifications
Attribute Value
Kit Type First Aid Kit
Case Type Carrying Case
Kit/Refill Contents Bandage, Cold Pack, Plasters, Special Units & Instruments, Spray, Wipes
Case Material ABS
Depth 150 mm
Height 400 mm
Width 300mm
In stock for delivery within 8 working days
Unit of sale: Each
265.01
(exc. VAT)
325.96
(inc. VAT)
units
Per unit
1 +
€265.01
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