|Item Weight||1.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 6 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||2097|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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3M 2097 P100 Particulate Filter with Organic Vapor Relief, 1 Pair
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- 3M's Advanced Electret Media (AEM) provides a lightweight, easy breathing combination not found in fiberglass containing filters
- Well suited for a wide range of oil and non-oil based particulate contaminants and can be used as a prefilter for certain chemicalexposures
- The 2097 can be used with 3M's wide variety of half and full face piece designs
- Passing NIOSH's P-series test criteria, the 2097 P100 filter provides a minimum 99.97 percent filter efficiency
- The unique flexible filter material resists abrasion and wetting. Filters are flame and water resistant
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1. I am lowering the start one rating due to the difficulty in understanding which filter covers which substance/need. I know looking across the product line and reviews on Amazon that people are using certain filters in situations that don't match the filter. (what does "organic vapor relief" really mean anyway?)
3M needs to put out a mass matrix (or a look-up web site) that lists many different uses/chemicals/substances and then the appropriate filter. I have seen a matrix or two, but they are too simple. No need to over kill on a more expensive filter or more importantly end up getting the wrong one. It doesn't appear there is one filter that covers everything. If you think it is this filter, read my warning below as one example.
Which filters should I used for an insecticide or pesticide?
2. It would also be nice if there is some way you could tell when a filter needs to be replaced. (like a color change).
3. As other have noted this item is two filter (2 pack) work together. You are getting one filter set.
4. It would be nice to have a way to buy multiple sets and save some money. I know there is a 50 pack out there some where to buy but a 5 or 10 pack would be good.
A word of warning for ozone use....
Adding a note, based on reading, you need to use an Oxygen tank system for use in a High Ozone environment. see Self Contained Breathing Apparatus, or SCBA.
I recently purchased an ozone generator (shock treatment/blast) for cleaning/odor removal.Read more ›
The general rule with vapor protection: If you can smell it, time to change the cartridge/filter. The particulate function is great, and has worked fine for several months. Unlike vapor protection, particulate filters don't degrade with use. You replace them when they're hard to breath through, or damaged. There's too much information on respirator filters to post here - do some research first, and make sure you're well protected (Search 3M Cartridge Guide). These cost nothing compared to any amount of medical care.
If you have any questions, please ask. Thanks!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent product, filtration level in between a respirator and a dust mask. Lighter and more comfortable than regular respirator cartridges.Published 1 month ago by J Petty
These worked great. Just today I used them while welding and rattle can painting, and didn't smell any fumes from vehicle grease/ undercoat or paint. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JD
Using these as I sand the walls and ceiling of a poorly ventilated, small bathroom. I finished the ceiling last week, and holy cow did I work these filters! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nepenthe