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2097 P100 PARTICULATE FILTER has been certified as being 99.97% efficient at removing solid and liquid particles including those containing oil.Used largely for welding,this filter is recommended for ozone protection up to 10x the LTV and welding odor relief(organic vapors below the OSHA PEL).Designed for use only with the 3M 6000 and 7000 series half and full facepieces.
NIOSH approved for environments containing certain oil and non-oil based particles. 3M recommended for relief against nuisance levels of organic vapors and ozone protection up to 10 times OSHA PEL. Not NIOSH certified for use against ozone. Use with 3M Respirators 5000 Series or 3M Cartridge 6000 Series with 3M Adapter 502, 3M Face pieces 6000 Series or 3M Face pieces 7000 Series with bayonet filter holders. When properly fitted, use in a variety of applications including welding, brazing, torch cutting, metal pouring, soldering, and exposure to lead, asbestos, cadmium, arsenic, and MDA for concentrations up to 10 times the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) with half face pieces or 50 times PEL with full face pieces. Full face pieces must be quantitatively fit tested to claim assigned protection factor above 10 in negative pressure mode. Also offers nuisance level relief from organic vapors that are below the PEL. Nuisance level refers to concentrations not exceeding OSHA PEL or other applicable government occupational exposure limits, whichever is lower. Do not use for respiratory protection against acid gases or in environments that are immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH).
Really cuts down on the smells from household chemicals. Also great for sanding and dusty jobs.Published 13 days ago by CAAmazoner
These are a must for welders and painters! I especially like these for welding and they fit under my welding helmet ... no problem! Read morePublished 26 days ago by The Hillbilly Machinist
These are particulate filters and I use them for just that, sanding wood, fiberglass, plastic etc. Make sure you store them in an airtight container so they last longer.Published 27 days ago by xayekim
If you're going to do something with dust, do it with a brain and throw a pair of these on a $20 respirator and save yourself from a lungful of problems. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Matthew Reichert