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Paint Project Respirator, 6000 Series

  
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3M™ Paint Project Respirator, used by professionals for certain paint spraying, solvents and pesticides, provides at least 95% filtration efficiency against solid and liquid aerosols including oils in additional to using it to help protect against certain organic vapors Designed for performance and comfort, 3M™ Paint Project Respirator features a balanced design for a more comfortable fit. The swept back cartridges are positioned to enhance visibility making it easier to see the project you are working on. Each respirator kit contains (1) face piece, (1) pair of 6001 cartridges, (1) pair of 501 retainers and (2) pair of 5P71 filters. 3M™ Paint Project Respirator is a great choice in respiratory protection for the pro. Not recommended for DIY applications.
  • Use for certain paint spraying, solvents and pesticides
  • For workplace/occupational applications only
  • Balanced design for more comfort
  • Swept back cartridges for improved visibility
  • Kit contains 1 face piece, 1 pair 6001 cartridges, 1 pair 501 retainers and 2 pair 5P71 filters
  • NIOSH approved: OV/P95
 

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Specifications

ApplicationsUsing solvents and applying pesticides, Spraying paint
ColorBlue/Grey
HEPANo
NIOSH Filter Approval RatingAS/NZS 1716. A1 and P2., OV/P95
Product TypeDual-cartridge Respirator
SizeMedium, Large, Small
UsageParticulate matter (dust from sanding, sawing, grinding, sweeping etc.), Odors from chemical strippers, stains, varnishes, paints, pesticides, etc.
Valved vs. Non-ValvedValved

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