3M 6000 Series Reusable Half Face Respirator with 3M 2091 P100 Particulate Filters
Convenience and savings in one. This 3M Respirator is reusable - just dispose of the filters when used to capacity. This kit is the perfect alternative to N95 respirators, offering superior particulate protection in a reliable design.
- Kit of 1 3M 6000 Half Mask Respirator with 1 pair of 3M 2091 P100 Filters.
- Use for welding, lead and asbestos abatement, silica and concrete dust, and general particulate protection.
- A reusable alternative to the 3M 8210 Disposable N95 Respirators in reducing exposure to airborne hazards, including bioaerosols.
- Half-face respirator can be disassembled, cleaned and reused easily.
- Includes re-closable storage bag. Extending use and saving even more.
- Very light-weight and features easy to adjust head straps.
- Choose Small, Medium, or Large Half Face Respirator Mask. Most people will fit the Medium; you'll know if you need the small or large based on past experience.
3M 2091, P100 Particulate Air Filter
- P100 particulate filter for certain oil and non-oil based particles, including bioaerosols.
- Simple design and versatile protection lets you reduce inventory and training.
- Protects against exposure to lead, asbestos, cadmium, arsenic, and 4,4' Methylenedianiline (MDA).
- Good for many different applications: agriculture, construction, general manufacturing, chemical manufacturing pharmaceuticals, primary metals, welding, brazing, torch cutting, metal pouring, soldering, undercoating.
Made in USA
Q. Which particulate filter is included in this kit?
A. This kit includes 1 pair of 3M 2091 P100 pancake filter.
Q. What size respirator do I need?
A. The size Medium will generally fit 80% of the population. You'll more or less know if you need a size larger based on your previous experiences with hats, glasses, helmets, etc.
Q. When should I replace my filter?
A. Particulate filters will eventually clog up, so they should be changed when it becomes difficult to breathe regularly. Dirty or damaged filters should also be replaced. Filters past the expiration date printed on the packaging should not be used.
Q. How should I store respirator and filters?
A. Cleaned Respirators and components should be stored in a sealed, airtight bag or container and placed in a cool and dry environment away from contaminated atmospheres. You can’t turn a respirator off; it’ll even filter ambient air if you let it, so extend its life with proper storage.