Breathing protection - Sundström Safety AB

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Reliable protection since 1926
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The unhealthy air of the mines
led to the first respirators
Sundström Safety AB was
founded by Ivan Sundström
in 1926.
Mining engineer Ivan Sundström observed that the eyes and lungs of the miners had to be
protected and founded Sundström Safety AB back in 1926 for manufacturing of respirators.
The company and its products were developed further by his son Per, who also studied art
at the Technical Academy (now the College of Art). During his studies, he learnt how to analyse
the human anatomy. His understanding of face shapes laid the foundations for developing the
design and properties of the respirators.
Good respiratory protection had to be simple and comfortable to use. In 1972, Sundström
presented the first modern half mask respirator made of rubber in an anatomical design.
The first silicone mask was launched in 1989.
Our aim is to protect people from airborne hazards. It was this concern
that prompted Ivan Sundström to begin manufacturing protective respirators. We then carried this
task over into the 21st century. That is why we are not content merely to conform to the standard
requirements. Our ambitions go considerably further.
We aim to assure optimal protection. Although we are very satisfied with our
current products, we continue to make major investments in product development. We now offer
a complete system of masks, filters and accessories for all applications on the market and are
continuously working to create products which are as efficient as possible.
The founder’s son Per Sundström
launched the first rubber half mask
respirator in 1972.
When our grandfather Ivan founded his company, he could never have imagined today’s
export-oriented business. But he would certainly have hoped that the company would continue
to exist and remain within the family. And that’s how it has been and how we aim to keep it in future.
Per Sundström died in December 2004, and the third generation of the family now continues to
run the company in the same spirit. Production and product development take place in Lagan in
the province of Småland and the main office is located in Lidingö outside Stockholm. The company
celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2011.
Sundström Safety AB has been certified to ISO 9001 since 1993.
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Selecting respiratory protection
When all other measures have been taken to reduce dangerous levels of exposure, respiratory
protection is the last but important step to prevent harmful air contaminants from entering the
body through the airways.
4 Things to consider
• Identification: which hazardous gases, vapours, dust, smoke or aerosols do we need to protect ourselves from?
Make workplace measurements and monitor the concentrations of the hazardous substances.
• Risk assessment: is sufficient oxygen level present during the entire period of exposure? What are the
effects on health of the substances present? Are there any occupational exposure limits for these substances?
Are there any other risks, such as splashing, sparks or explosive mixtures?
• Selection of breathing protection: half mask, full-face mask, powered or air fed respirators.
• Training: fitting, function checks, donning, storage and maintenance. Routines for cleaning and replacing
filters and wearing parts.
The employer is responsible for the selection, maintenance and provision of breathing protection equipment and its use in
the workplace. The user is in his turn responsible for using it according to the employer’s routines. A programme designed
to protect employees from exposure to air contaminants is described in the EN 529:2005 guidelines: recommendations for
the selection, use, care and maintenance of respiratory protection equipment.
Two types of breathing protection
Filter protection, where the surrounding air passes through filters that remove contaminants. This type is used where sufficient
oxygen level is present and known contaminants can be captured in the filter. The contaminants must have clear warning properties in
the form of odours or taste in concentrations below the occupational exposure limits. Filters must not be used where the contaminant
concentrations are Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health.
Examples of filter protection are half and full face masks with replaceable filters
as well as powered-assisted filter protection for half and full masks or hoods,
visors and helmets. For contaminants in gas form, appropriate gas filters are used
with active carbon that adsorbs the gas. As the filter becomes saturated the gradual
breakthrough starts, therefor it is important to set up a filter replacement policy.
Particles such as dust, smoke and mist are captured in particle filters. As the degree
of clogging rises, breathing resistance increases and the filter must be replaced if it is
damaged or breathing becomes difficult. Combination filters are used in the presence
of both particles and gas.
Breathing apparatus supplies the user with air from an independent
source, via cylinders with compressed air or breathable air from a
compressor. Continuous flow air line equipment with hoses is used
in half and full face masks, hoods, helmets and visors.
Compressed-air fed breathing protection may be used in all
environments suitable for filters and in which a higher level of
protection is required. Some substances can not be adsorbed
in filters, and in such cases compressed-air fed breathing
protection is the only alternative.
The inhaled air must conform to EN 12021 and as an example
not exceed the odour threshold for oil (0.5 mg/m3).
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Selecting respiratory protection
on the basis of level of
contaminant – protection factor
All types of breathing protection have a specific protection factor that describes how
efficiently they reduce the level of the contaminant in the airways, i.e. inside the face piece.
The Assigned Protection Factor (APF) is based on measurements inside and outside the protective
device, conducted on workers in real work environments.
The Nominal Protection factor (NPF) is based on laboratory measurements in conjunction with
approval of the protection equipment to the EN standard.
Calculation of the protection needed at the workplace should be based on the Assigned Protection Factor (APF).
Check national requirements for assigned protection factors EN 529.
The following calculations can be made on the basis of the degree of pollution, ideally determined by work
environment measurements, and the occupational exposure limit of the substance involved:
N.B: Filter protection must never be used in concentrations
Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH). Select
appropriate breathing protection whose protection factor
exceeds the required protection factor.
Important formulas
Required
protection factor = contaminant concentration /OEL
In the event of exposure to carcinogenic, sensitizing and
similar substances, it is important to select equipment with
a maximum protection factor so that the contaminant
concentrations within the mask are minimized. Various
types of filter protection and their nominal protection
factors are shown below.
Max. user concentration= OEL x APF
Concentration in
the respirator = contaminant concentration /APF
OEL= Occupational Exposure limit
APF= Assigned protection factor
Powered hood/visor/helmet
Masks
TH1..........10
Filtering facepiece FFP...............4
TH2..........50
Compressed air line EN 14594
Filtering facepiece FFP2............12
TH3..........500 times
A designates light duty, i.e. spiral hose SR 360
Sundström half masks.....50 times
B designates heavy duty, i.e. tubes SR 358 and SR 359
1A/1B.......10
Full face mask
SR 200..........2000 times
2A/2B.......50
3A/3B.......200 times
Powered w. full face mask
TM3 Sundström..........2000 times
4A/4B........2000 times
* For Assigned Protection Factors check National regulations.
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Selecting breathing protection on the
basis of work duration and workload
For short term jobs with a low workload, a negative pressure mask can be used, i.e. half and full face
masks with replaceable filters. To avoid harmful leakage into the mask, the fit to the face is important, as inhaling produces
a negative pressure in the mask. High inhalation resistance due to large filter combinations contributes to further negative
pressure as well as an increased breathing effort.
Long term work with high workloads often requires powered-assisted filter protection. A battery driven fan
sucks the air through the filter and blows it into the face piece, which may be a loose-fitting visor, helmet or hood, or a tight
fitting half or full face mask. The air flow of the equipment is important to maintain a positive pressure in the face piece, even
during deep inhalation, especially with the use of loose fitting visors, helmets or hoods.
High workloads and contaminants with poor warning properties are examples of situations in which
compressed air line equipment is appropiate. The compressed air is supplied from a compressor via an air line filter
unit and hose to a belt-mounted regulating valve, to the half or full face mask or helmet, visor or hood.
Two different fit tests can be used to assure
a good fit for half and full face masks.
Qualitative (subjective) test: The user dons the protective mask as described in the user manual and is exposed to
a substance with a smell, such as isoamyl acetate, or with a taste, such as Saccharin or Bitrex. If the user cannot smell or taste
anything, then the respirator has a good fit.
Quantitative (objective) fit test: The numbers of particles in the ambient air and inside the mask are
measured to obtain a ratio describing how well the breathing protection fits. During this test, several exercises are carried
out that simulate various situations which may occur during a normal work shift.
The qualitative test depends on the user’s sense of smell and/or taste and is considered to be less suitable than
a quantitative test for measuring how well the mask fits.
Sundström Safety offers qualified training by our specialists in fitting, function checks, donning, storage and
maintenance – in order to ensure a high level of protection for many years.
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Half and full face masks
Sundström Safety manufactures half and full face masks designed for the toughest applications.
The masks are known for their excellent fit, high protection level and breathing comfort.
• All masks in Sundström Safety’s programme use the same range of filters and can be combined efficiently
and cost-effectively to suit each situation.
• If compressed air is needed, for instance in the case of contaminants with poor warning properties, compressed
air attachment SR 307 can be connected to all masks. See Page 17.
SR 900 in three sizes
• Made of soft thermoplastic for optimal comfort and fit.
• Together with particle filter SR 510 P3 R, this is a safer, environmentally friendly and very cost-effective solution compared with disposable/paper masks.
• A direct air flow into the mask and two exhalation valves ensure a very low
breathing resistance.
• Produced in three sizes to assure a good fit for most face shapes.
SR 900 Small – Art no H01-3012
SR 900 Medium – Art no H01-3112
SR 900 Large – Art no H01-3212
SR 100 in three sizes
• One of the world’s most comfortable and reliable half masks.
• Made from silicone throughout, with wide and soft application
surfaces for an optimal fit.
• Direct air flow into the mask and two exhalation valves ensure
a very low breathing resistance.
• Two exhalation valves minimize and reduce the formation of moisture in the mask.
For professional use!
SR 100 S/M – Art no H01-2112
SR 100 M/L – Art no H01-2012
SR 100 L/XL – Art no H01-2812
• Harness and mask attachment distribute the pressure equally against the face.
• A long service life with few spares simplifies care and maintenance.
Premium
Pack
Premium
Plus Pack
Contents
1 SR 100 half mask in silicone
1 SR 510 P3 R particle filter
1 SR 217 A1 gas filter, protects against most solvents
5 pre-filters
1 pre-filter holder
1 test disc for fit check
1 cleaning wipe
1 set of instructions with maintenance information
Contents 1 SR 100 half mask in silicon
1 SR 510 P3 R particle filter
1 SR 297 ABEK1 gas filter, protects against a
wide range of gases
5 pre-filters
1 pre-filter holder
1 test disc for fit check
1 cleaning wipe
1 set of instructions with maintenance information
• Brush painting, gas filter only
• Spray painting, combined gas and particle filters
• High-pressure washing with degreasing, combined gas and particle filters
• Pesticides and spraying, combined gas and particle filters
• Adhesives and lacquer with brush, gas filter only
• Agriculture
• Municipal sewage and treatment plants
• Waste and refuse plants
• Operations with many different contaminants, where you want to
be sure not to choose the wrong filter
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Important spares and practical accessories
Harness SR 363 (single) for SR 100 Art no R01-2001
Harness SR 362 (separated) for SR 100 Art no R01-2002
Harness (single) for SR 900 Art no R01-3001
Harness (separated) for SR 900 Art no R01-3002
Pre-filter holders Art no R01-0605
Membrane set – out x 2 / in x 1 / valve cap x 2 Art no R01-2004
Service set SR 900 – harness/pre-filter
holder/membrane set Art no R01-3005
Head harness SR 363, single
strap, (SR 100)
Art no R01-2001
Storage box SR 230
Art no H09-3012
Protective hood SR 64 made of Tyvek©
material Art no H09-0301
Protective hood SR 345, PVC.
Art no H09-0112
Art no H09-1012
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If eye protection is required and/or
at higher concentrations
SR 200 Full face mask
• Made of silicone with a unique airflow that minimises
inhalation and exhalation resistance.
• Spherical visor with a very wide field of vision.
• Integrated internal mask for simple cleaning.
• Comfortable and easily adjustable textile harness.
SR 200 with PC visor – Art no H01-1212
SR 200 with glass visor – Art no H01-1312
Important spares and practical accessories
PC visor SR 366 (polycarbonate) Art no R01-1201
Peel-off visor SR 343 for polycarbonate visor Art no T01-1204
Glass visor SR 365 (laminated glass) Art no T01-1203
Spectacle frame SR 341
Peel-off visor SR 353 for glass visor Art no T01-1205
Art no T01-1201
Harness - textile Art no R01-1203
Welding cassette SR 84
Harness SR 340 - rubber Art no T01-1215
Art no T01-1212
Filter adapter SR 280-3 Art no H09-0212
Gasket for filter connection Art no R01-1205
Pre-filter holder Art no R01-0605
Membrane set – out x 2 / in x 3 / drop x 2 /
valve cap x 2 Art no R01-1204
Test adapter SR 370 for fit test Art no T01-1206
Protective hood SR 345 in PVC Art no H09-1012
Storage box SR 344 Art no T01-1214
Protective hood SR 64,
Storage box SR 344
Tyvek©
Art no T01-1214
Art no H09-0301
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Filters
Particle filters for half and full face masks are divided into three classes depending on how effectively they can
separate dust. Colour code - white.
”R” after the class means that the particle filter can be
reused.
Protection classes with respect to efficiency
(EN 143)
(NaCl and paraffin oil)
P1 R/NR
solid and wet particles 1 80 %
P2 R/NR
solid and wet particles 2 94 %
P3 R/NR
solid and wet particles 3 99,95 %
Filter typeProtects against A
B
Inorganic gases/vapours such as chlorine,
hydrogen cyanide and hydrogen sulphide
Acidic gases/vapours such as sulphur
dioxide and formic acid
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AX
not be used for more than one shift.
COLOUR
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Organic gases/vapours with a boiling point above
65ºC, e.g. solvent naphtha, toluene, styrene and xylene
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”NR” after the class means that the particle filter must
A highly efficient filter such as the SR 510 P3 R offers
protection against all types of particles. A higher class
also covers the lower ones, i.e. P3 covers both P1 and
P2. The filters are replaced when the particle filter leads
to increased breathing resistance. Particle filters offer
protection only against particles.
Gas filters for half and full masks are divided into
three classes on the basis of their capacity and test
concentration.
Ammonia and certain amines
Organic gases and vapours with a boiling point below
65ºC, such as acetone, methanol and dichloromethane
Hg-P3
Filter class
(EN 14387)
Tested in concentrations
1
0,1 percent by volume=1000ppm
Mercury
Gas filters afford protection only against gases.
2
0,5 percent by volume=5000ppm
3
1,0 percent by volume=10000ppm
ppm=part per milion
Combination filters
Combination filters are used when gases/vapours occur simultaneously with particles, e.g. in high-pressure cleaning, spray painting,
heating substances or gas condensation. Select an appropriate gas filter and combine it with a particle filter by simply pressing them
together or use filters with a fixed gas and particle filter in one.
Gas- and particle filters
SR 217 A1 – Art no H02-2512
SR 218 A2 – Art no H02-2012
SR 217 A1 and SR 218 A2 offer protection
against organic compounds with a boiling point
above 65ºC.
SR 297 ABEK1 – Art no H02-5312
SR 510 P3 – Art no H02-1312
SR 297 ABEK1 offers protection against the same
types of contaminant as gas filter SR 315 as well as
against ammonia.
SR 510 P3 R is a mechanical particle filter with
extremely low breathing resistance. SR 510
offers protection against all types of particles
(dust, smoke, mist, spray, asbestos), as well as
bacteria, viruses and radioactive fallout. Filtering
efficiency more than 99.997%. SR 510 is used
for all protective filters in Sundström Safety’s
programme.
SR 316 K1 – Art no H02-4212
SR 295 K2 – Art no H02-4312
SR 298 AX – Art no H02-2412
SR 316 K1 and SR 295 K offer protection against
ammonia and certain amines.
SR 298 AX offers protection against organic
compounds with a boiling point below or equal
to 65ºC.
If gas/vapour and particles occur simultaneously, a particle filter is combined with a suitable
gas filter.
SR 221 Pre filter – Art no H02-0312
SR 315 ABE1 – Art no H02-3212
SR 294 ABE2 – Art no H02-3312
SR 299-2 ABEK1 Hg P3 Combined filter
– Art no H02-6512
SR 315 ABE1 and SR 294 ABE2 offer protection
against organic compounds with a boiling point
above 65º, inorganic compounds and acidic
gases/vapours.
SR 299-2 ABEK1 Hg P3 R offers protection against
organic compounds with a boiling point above 65º,
inorganic compounds and acidic gases/vapours,
ammonia, mercury vapour as well as against all types
of particles. The maximum time of use for protection
against mercury vapour is 50 hours.
SR 221 must be used together with particle,
gas and combination filters at all times.
The pre-filter protects the main filter against
premature clogging by larger particles. The
pre-filter holder fixes the filter in place and
protects it against handling damage.
Spares and practical accessories. For complete information, go to srsafety.com
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For work that is heavy, hot or of long duration
Powered-assisted filter protection
Sundström Safety’s powered-assisted filter protection equipment is designed to give
the user the maximum level of protection, comfort, simplicity and cost-effectiveness.
Fan units SR 500 and SR 700 are characterized by:
• A high air flow, 175 or 240 l/min., which assures positive pressure in the face piece even
during heavy workload and maintains high level of protection.
• The high air flow of both fans, SR 500 and SR 700, assures the highest protection class
TH3 or TM3 for all face pieces.
• Automatic flow control monitors and maintains the set air flow rate, i.e. no calibration.
• Alarm functions for clogged particle filters and low battery capacity.
• Display with clear symbols for key data, e.g. selected air flow and type of alarm.
• Detachable lithium-ion batteries for fast charging and long service life.
• Wide range of face pieces such as hoods, helmets and visors, all in TH3. They can also
be connected to the SR 200 full mask, TM3.
• The electronics and fan case are very well encapsulated (IP67), thus facilitating any
vigorous cleaning that may be required.
• All fans are supplied with a battery, charger, belt, flow meter, pre-filter holder,
pre-filter and particle filter.
Select a fan
For particles only
The SR 700 is a compact lightweight fan designed especially to provide
protection against harmful particles where optimal protection properties
are required. It is equipped with two particle filters, SR 510 P3 R, or
threaded filter SR 710 P3 R, as well as pre-filter SR 221.
• With acoustic and optical alarms.
• Battery SR 701, 14.8V, 2.2 Ah, lithium-ion with a charging time of approx. 2 hours.
• Approx. 8 hours operating time at a flow rate of 175 l/min., and approx. 5 hours at 225 l/min.
SR 700 – Art no H06-7010
Both particles and gas
The SR 500 is a fan unit designed to give protection against harmful particles
as well as gases and vapours. It is equipped with two particle filters
SR 510 P3 R or a threaded filter SR 710 P3 R and two pre-filters SR 221
for protection against particles.
For protection against gas exposure: two gas filters SR 518 A2, or two gas
filters SR 515 ABE1, or two SR 597 A1B2E2K1 and particle filters SR 510 P3 R.
NB: Gas filters must be used in combination with particle filters at all times.
• Optical, acoustic and vibration alarms.
• Standard battery SR 501, 14.8 V, 2.2 Ah, lithium-ion with 30 min. charging time
to reach 80% and 1.5 hours to reach 100%.
• Heavy duty battery SR 502, 14.8 V, 3.6 Ah, lithium-ion with 45 min. charging
time to reach 80% and 2 hours to reach 100%.
• The display indicates the battery capacity when the fan starts.
• Operating time up to 13 hours depending on selection of filter, flow rate and battery type.
SR 500 – Art no H06-0112
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Charging station SR 506,
unassembled, can be fitted
with 1-5 chargers
Art no T06-0108
Pre-filter holder SR 509
for SR 500
Art no R06-0106
Splash cover SR 514
for SR 500 and SR 700
Art no T06-0114
Important spares and practical accessories
Textile belt for SR 500 and SR 700 Art no R06-0101
Leather belt SR 503 for SR 500 and SR 700 Art no T06-0103
Rubber belt SR 504 for SR 500 and SR 700 Art no T06-0104
Standard battery for SR 500 Art no R06-0102
Heavy duty battery SR 502 for SR 500 Art no T06-0101
Standard battery SR 700 Art no R06-0708
Gasket for fans SR 500 and SR 700 Art no R06-0107
Particle filter adapter for SR 500 Art no R06-0105
Particle filter adapter for SR 700 Art no R06-0701
Pre-filter holder SR 509 for
decontamination work for SR 500 Art no T06-0105
Pre-filter holder for SR 700 Art no R01-0605
Storage bag SR 505 for SR 500 and SR 700 Art no T06-0114
Harness SR 552 for
SR 500 and SR 700
Art no T06-0116
Filters for POWERED DEVICES
SR 510 particle filter P3 R – Art no H02-1312
is a mechanical particle filter of class P3 R with
an extremely high efficiency >99.997% and an
active area of 13 dm2. The filter can be used
together with an adapter in the case of simple
particle contaminants or in combination with
a suitable gas filter. SR 510 is used for all filter
protection equipment in Sundström Safety’s
programme.
SR 518 gas filter A2 – Art no H02-7012
is a filter for protection against organic
compounds with a boiling point above
+65°C, i.e. most solvents. Class 2 means
high capacity and thus a long operating
time. Gas filters for fan SR 500 must be
used in combination with particle filter
SR 510 P3 R at all times.
SR 597 gas filter A1BE2K1 – Art no H02-7212
offers protection against organic compounds with
a boiling point above +65°C, inorganic and acidic
gases as well as ammonia and certain amines.
Gas filters for the SR 500 fan should be used in
combination with particle filter SR 510 P3 R at
all times.
SR 710 particle filter P3 R – Art no H02-1512
is a mechanical particle filter of class P3 R
with an extremely high efficiency (> 99.997%)
and an active area of 13 dm2. The filter offers
protection against all types of particles, both
solids and liquids. SR 710 cannot be combined
with gas filters.
SR 515 gas filter ABE1
– Art no H02-7112
is designed to assure protection against
organic compounds with a boiling point
above +65°C, as well as inorganic and
acidic gases. Gas filters for fan SR 500
must be used in combination with
particle filter SR 510 P3 R at all times.
SR 599 combination filter A1BE2K1HgP3
– Art no H02-7312
offers protection against organic compounds
with a boiling point above +65°C, inorganic
compounds and acidic gases/vapours, ammonia,
mercury vapour as well as against all types of
particles. It is designed for use in the SR 500 fan.
Its maximum time of use for protection against
mercury vapour is 50 hours.
Spares and practical accessories. For complete information, go to srsafety.com
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Face shields, hoods and helmets, all in TH3
Choose a suitable face piece
All face pieces are supplied with a breathing hose for connection to fan SR 700 or
SR 500, or to compressed air attachment SR 507 (see Page 17).
Face shield SR 540
• Easily raised visor with a wide field of vision.
• Low weight, only 700 g with breathing hose.
• Exhalation valve that reduces the build-up of carbon dioxide
inside the shield during heavy work.
• Easily replaceable polycarbonate visor as standard and
chemicals-resistant PETG as an option.
• Can be equipped with peel-offs to give extra protection
in the event of considerable splash-back.
• Knob for head adjustment.
SR 540 – Art no H06-0512
Important spares and practical accessories
Neck cover SR 543 protects the back of the head
and neck against splashing and similar hazards. Art no T06-0505
Visor set made of polycarbonate (PC) Art no R06-0502
Visor set SR 545 made of polyester (PETG) Art no T06-0502
Peel-off visor SR 542 Art no T06-0501
Face seal SR 546 made of textile Art no T06-0504
Valve set SR 540, valve cover and exhalation membrane Art no R06-0505
Sweatband Art no R06-0504
Breathing hose Art no R06-0501
Flat gasket for breathing hose Art no R06-0501
Protective hood, Tyvek© SR 586
Art no T06-0806
Hoods SR 520 and SR 530
• Low weight
• Ready mounted Velcro strip for simple adjustment to head size.
• Visor made of chemicals-resistant cellulose acetate (CA).
• PVC-coated polyester in the hood.
• Exhalation valve that reduces the build-up of carbon dioxide inside
the hood during heavy work.
• SR 520 covers the face and crown of the head and is available in
two sizes, S/M and M/L.
• SR 530 covers not only the face and crown of the head but also the neck, throat and shoulders. One size.
• SR 530 has an easily adjustable neck seal that assures a very high level of protection, also for persons with a beard.
• Can be equipped with peel-offs or a protective hood (SR 586) against strong splash-backs and similar hazards.
SR 520 M/L – Art no H06-0212
SR 520 S/M – Art no H06-0312
SR 530 – Art no H06-0412
Important spares and practical accessories
O-ring for tube Art no R06-0202
Valve set for SR 520/SR 530 Art no R06-0201
Sweatband for SR 520/SR 530 Art no R06-0203
Peel-off SR 522 in PETG for SR 520/SR 530 Art no T06-0201
Protective hood SR 586 made of Tyvek©
material for SR 520/SR 530/SR 580 Art no T06-0806
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Hoods SR 561 and SR 562
• Low weight.
• Separate head harness allows replacement of the hood alone.
• Visor in chemicals-resistant PETG.
• The hood is made of Tyvek© material offering effective protection against a wide range of chemicals.
• Easily adjustable head harness.
• SR 561 protects the whole head and shoulders. Adjustable
soft neck seal made of cotton.
• SR 562 protects the face and crown of the head. Comfortable face seal made of polyamide/lycra.
SR 561 – Art no H06-5012
SR 562 – Art no H06-5112
Important spares and
practical accessories
O-ring for hose Art no R06-0202
Head harness SR 560 Art no R06-5002
Hose for head harness Art no R06-5003
Sweatband Art no R06-0504
Replacement hood long (SR 561) Art no R06-5001
Replacement hood short (SR 562) Art no R06-5101
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Continued from the previous page – select
appropriate face piece
SR 580 Safety helmet with visor
Complete protection of airways, head and face.
• If required, may be complemented with most ear protectors for helmet mounting.
• Easily raised visor made of polycarbonate.
• Exhalation valve minimises the concentration of carbon dioxide inside
the protective gear during heavy work.
• Easily replaceable visor and face seal.
SR 580 Protective helmet with visor – Art no H06-8012
Important spares and practical accessories
Visor Art no R06 0808
Face seal Art no R06-0805
Sweatband Art no R06-0809
Comfort band for neck Art no R06-0803
Gasket for hose connection Art no R01-1205
Breathing hose Art no R06-0810
O-ring for breathing hose Art no R06-0202
Peel-off SR 582 Art no T06-0801
Heat protection, aluminised, for helmet Art no R06-0813
Heat protection, aluminised, for neck Art no R06-0814
Heat protection, aluminised, for neck/throat Art no R06-0815
Neck and chest protection, Proban Art no T06-8011
SR 584/SR 580 Safety helmet with
visor and welding cassette
• In addition to breathing and head protection, this equipment also
protects the eyes and face during welding.
• With the cassette in the raised position, the helmet’s large clear visor may be used as face protection when clearing cinders and grinding.
• Five passive welding lenses are available, from EN 8 to EN 13.
• Supplied with passive welding lens, shade EN10 with dimensions 90 x 110 mm.
• Three types of automatic darkening lenses are available:
EN 3/10, EN 3/11 as well as variable 4/ 9-13.
• Face seal made of flame-resistant material.
• Large selection of accessories including flame-retardant hoods,
corrective lenses from 1.0 to 2.5 dioptres etc.
SR 584/SR580 – Art no H06-8310
Important spares and practical accessories
Automatic welding lens EN 3/10, SR 59005 Art no T06-4007
Automatic welding lens EN 3/11, SR 59006 Art no T06-4008
Automatic welding lens EN 4/9-13, SR 59007 Art no T06-4009
Internal protective glass for automatic welding lens Art no R06-4009
Protective glass made of polycarbonate Art no R06-4008
Passive welding lens EN 8-EN 13, SR 59008-SR 59013 Art no T06-4001-T06-4006
Face seal Art no T06-8012
Welding hood SR 59018 Art no T06-4014
Neck and chest protection, Proban Art no T06-8011
Protection for breathing hose SR 59021, Proban Art no T06-4016
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SR 587/SR 580 Safety helmet with gold visor EN 5
SR 588-1/SR 580 Safety helmet with 2/3 visor EN 3
SR 588-2/SR 580 Safety helmet with 2/3 visor EN 5
• In addition to breathing and head protection, this equipment also
protects the eyes and face against heat radiation when performing
cutting and lighter welding jobs.
• With the visor in the raised position, the helmet’s large clear visor
may be used as face protection when clearing cinders and grinding.
• Face seal made of flame-retardant material.
• Large selection of accessories including flame-retardant hoods,
neck and chest protection.
SR 587/SR580 – Art no H06-8510
SR 588-1/SR 580 – Art no H06-8610
SR 588-2/SR 580 – Art no H06-8710
Important spares and practical accessories
Gold-plated visor SR 587 Art no R06-0824
Visor 2/3, EN 3 SR 588-1 Art no R06-0825
Visor 2/3, EN 5 SR 588-2 Art no R06-0826
Face seal Art no T06-8012
Welding hood SR 59018, Proban Art no T06-4014
Neck and chest protection, Proban Art no T06-8011
Protection for breathing hose SR 59021, Proban Art no T06-4016
Heat protection, aluminised, for helmet Art no R06-0813
Heat protection, aluminised, for neck Art no R06-0814
Heat protection, aluminised, for neck/throat Art no R06-0815
Welding shield SR 590
• A lightweight and flexible visor with a raisable welding lens for
protection when clearing cinders and grinding.
• Five passive welding lenses are available, from EN 8 to EN 13.
• Supplied with passive welding lens, shade EN10 with dimensions 90 x 110 mm.
• Three types of automatic darkening lenses are available: EN 3/10,
EN 3/11 as well as variable 4/ 9-13.
• Face seal made of flame-retardant material.
• Large selection of accessories including flame-retardant hoods,
corrective lenses from 1.0 to 2.5 dioptres etc.
• Easily adjustable head harness with holder for ear protectors.
SR 590 – Art no H06-4012
Important spares and practical accessories
Face seal Art no R06-4005
Velcro strip Art no R06-4006
Welding lens hatch Art no R06-4002
Passive welding lens EN 8 - EN 13, SR 59008 - SR 59013 Art no T06-4001-T06-4006
Automatic welding lens EN 3/10, SR 59005 Art no T06-4007
Automatic welding lens EN 3/11, SR 59006 Art no T06-4008
Automatic welding lens EN 4/ 9-13, SR 59007 Art no T06-4009
Internal protective glass for automatic welding lens Art no R06-4009
Spring for welding lens hatch, brace, springs x 2 Art no R06-4004
Breathing hose SR 59022 Art no R06-4010
O-ring for breathing hose Art no R06-0202
Welding hood SR 59018, Proban Art no T06-4014
Protection for breathing hose SR 59021, Proban Art no T06-4016
Spares and practical accessories. For complete information, go to srsafety.com
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Constant flow air line respiratory
protection equipment
Sundström Safety’s compressed air fed breathing protection equipment with continuous flow was
developed to protect users working with contaminants that have poor warning properties, or cannot
be absorbed in a gas filter, as well as with particularly toxic contaminants. It can be used at all times
as an alternative to filter protection for work that is heavy, hot or of long duration.
The air from a compressor is cleaned via a compressed-air line filter unit, SR 99. All our masks,
hoods, visors and helmets can then be connected via Sundström Safety’s approved breathing hoses.
Compressed air filter SR 99
Compressed airline filter unit SR 99 converts ordinary compressed
air to breathable air. The filter unit consists of:
• A pre-collector with manual or pressure-controlled drain that separates oils,
water and coarse particles.
• A regulator with a manometer for adjusting the outlet pressure.
• The main filter SR 292 consists of a suitably well dimensioned carbon part
surrounded by two particle filters P3 that remove any remaining particles and
vapours/oils from the air.
• Inlet R ½”, outlet – one with a safety coupling, one plugged. Maximum flow
rate of 900 l/min., maximum of three users with Sundström equipment.
SR 99 – Art nr H03-2612
Important spares and practical accessories
Gasket set for filter case Art nr R03-2604
Safety coupling, female ½” for extra outlet Art no R03-2103
Y-coupling (for three users together with R03-2103) Art no R03-2127
SR 292 Filter cartridge Art no R03-2001
SR 292 Filter
cartridge
Art no R03-2001
Air heater SR 99H
Air heater SR 99H. An electrical heating unit for pre-heating breathable air.
• Mounted after one of Sundström’s compressed air line filter unit.
• The air heater can be regulated up to a maximum of 80°C.
• Overheating protection cuts off the current automatically.
• A hose is supplied for connecting the compressed air line filter unit
to the air heater.
• For use only with breathing hose SR 359, which is heat-resistant.
SR 99H – Art no H03-2712
COMPRESSED AIR HOSES
Compressed air hose SR 359 of polyesterreinforced EPDM is equipped with CEJN
safety couplings for direct connection to
Sundström Safety’s compressed air line
filter unit as well as our constant flow air
line respirator. SR 359 is heat and chemical
resistant and shall be used with air heater SR
99/H. Available in lengths of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25
and 30 m.
Art no H03-3105/-10/-15/-20/-25/-30
Compressed air hose SR 358 of polyesterreinforced PVC is equipped with CEJN safety
couplings for direct connection to Sundström
Safety’s compressed air line filter units as well
as our constant flow air line respirators.
Available in lengths of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25
and 30 m.
Art no H03-3005/-10/-15/-20/-25/-30
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Compressed air hose SR 360 of polyurethane is equipped with CEJN safety couplings
for direct connection to Sundström Safety’s
compressed air line filter unit as well as our
constant flow air line respirators. The hose
surface has a coating that offers good
protection against sparks, e.g. when welding.
Available in lengths of 2, 4, 6 and 8 m.
Art no H03-3402/-4/-6/-8
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Compressed air line attachment SR 307
SR 307 compressed air line attachment for simple mounting on Sundström
Safety’s half- and full masks. Complete with belt, regulating valve and
attachment for connection to the masks.
• The air flow is controlled by the regulating valve in the belt to assure a
flow rate of between 150 and 320 l/min.
• The inlet pressure regulating valve should be 4 - 6 bar.
• A flow meter and warning whistle for temporary and continuous
monitoring of the air flow are included.
SR 307 – Art no H03-1412
Compressed air line attachment SR 507
Designed for connection to visor SR 540, hoods SR 520, SR 530, SR 561 and SR 562, helmet
SR 580, welding helmet SR 580/SR 584, and welding visor SR 590. Complete with belt, regulating valve and muffled adapter for simple connection to the breathing hose of the face piece.
• Allows changeover between powered-assisted filter protection with loose fitting facepieces and compressed air.
• The air flow is controlled by the regulating valve in the belt to assure a flow rate
of between 175 and 260 l/min.
• The inlet pressure of the regulating valve shall be 5 - 7 bar.
• A flow meter and warning whistle for temporary and continuous monitoring
of the air flow are included.
• Made of a material that does not produce sparks in the case of friction,
thus allowing its use in explosive or flammable environments.
SR 507 – Art no H03-0512
Spares and practical accessories. For complete information, go to srsafety.com
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Continued from the previous page – Constant flow air line respiratory protection equipment
SR 90 Airline with filter back-up
SR 90 airline with filter backup. This consists of a half mask SR 90 (silicone) where the compressed air is led via a hose from
the regulating valve into the mask. A suitable filter or filter combination in the mask assures protection in the event of loss of
pressure and when moving to and from the workplace.
It can also be used without a filter backup with the aid of the supplied cover, for example under a visor.
Complete with regulating valve and belt.
• The air flow is controlled by the regulating valve in the belt to
assure a flow rate of between 150 and 320 l/min.
• The inlet pressure to the regulating valve shall be 4 - 6 bar.
• A flow meter and warning whistle for temporary and
continuous control of the air flow are included.
SR 90 Airline – Art no H03-1512 M/L
SR 90 Airline – Art no H03-1612 S/M
Important spares and practical accessories
Silencer Art no R03-1405
Service set (harness SR 363/pre-filter holder/membrane set) Art no R01-2202
Membrane set (membrane - in x 1, membrane - out x 2, valve cover x 2) Art no R01-2201
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SR 200 Airline with filter backup
SR 200 airline with filter backup. This consists of an SR 200 full mask with a hose connection
mounted in the front part of the mask where the air from the regulating valve enters.
A suitable filter/filter combination in the mask offers protection in the event of loss
of pressure and when moving to and from the workplace. Complete with regulating
valve and belt.
• In restricted spaces, the equipment can be used with a plugged front hole.
• Specially developed for environments requiring a high protection factor.
• The air flow is controlled by the regulating valve in the belt to
assure a flow rate of between 150 and 320 l/min.
• The inlet pressure to the regulating valve shall be 5 - 7 bar.
• A flow meter and warning whistle for temporary and continuous
monitoring of the air flow are included.
• The breathing hose can be detached from both the mask and regulating valve, allowing the face piece to be used as a regular full mask with a filter, or
connected to one of Sundström Safety’s fans SR 500 or SR 700.
SR 200 Airline, PC-visor – Art no H03-1012
SR 200 Airline, glass visor – Art no H03-1212
Important spares and practical accessories
Screw cap for plugged front hole. Art no R03-1005
Cover SR 367 for blocking the filter. Art no R03-1406
Compressed air hood SR 63-10
Compressed air hood SR 63-10 consists of a hood in durable fabricreinforced
PVC with a large visor in shatterproof polycarbonate with an easily adjustable
harness. Complete with regulating valve and belt.
• Can be equipped with a protective film.
• The air flow is controlled by the regulating valve in the belt to assure
a flow rate of between 150 and 240 l/min.
• The inlet pressure to the regulating valve shall be 4 - 7 bar.
• A flow meter and warning whistle for temporary and continuous
control of the air flow are included.
SR 63-10 – Art no H03-0312
Important spares and practical accessories
Hood excl. regulating valve Art no R03-0314
Hood, bare Art no R03-0305
Head harness Art no R03-0322
Repair kit (visor, frame, rubber stud x 8,
screws x 2, protective cap, exhalation membrane) Art no R03-0308
Visor Art no R03-0308
Rubber stud x 8 Art no R03-0112
Protective film x 3 Art no R03-0105
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Escape hoods for evacuation
in the event of fire and/or
chemical accidents
Sundström Safety’s escape hoods for evacuation in the event
of fire and/or chemicals accidents are characterized by:
• Internal silicone mask for maximum protection and comfort.
• The hood is made of flame retardant and chemical resistant material.
• Simple and quick donning with no after adjustment.
• Elastic neck seal.
• Two sizes, M/L and S/M, that fit most adults and teenagers.
• Suitable for mobile (M) use in a durable case that can be attached to the belt.
• Suitable for stationary (S) use in locations such as lifts and offices.
• The hoods are vacuum pre-packaged in an aluminium bag for 7.5 years storage time.
• Servicing programme available.
NB: Escape hoods should be used only for escape purposes and not as equipment for carrying out specific tasks.
Only for use in environments with sufficient oxygen content in the surrounding air.
Escape hood SR 76-2 chem
• To be used in the event of chemical accidents.
• The hood is equipped with combination filter SR 299-2 ABEK1-Hg-P3 as standard.
• Available with all Sundström’s gas filters in combination with particle filter SR 510 P3.
• SR 76-2 S is approved for stationary storage.
• SR 76-2 M is also approved as a portable escape hood.
For technical data sheet, see srsafety.com
Escape hood SR 77-2 Smoke/chem
• To be used in the event of fire and/or chemical accidents, which may occur simultaneously.
• The hood is equipped with a combined gas filter
SR 331-2 ABEK1-CO and particle filter SR 510 P3 giving up to 30 minutes
protection against CO as well as a particle filter with 99.997% efficiency.
• It assures protection against most gases, including carbon monoxide,
as well as all types of particles which may occur in the case of fire.
• SR 77-2 S is approved for stationary storage.
• SR 77-2 M is also approved as a portable escape hood.
For technical data sheet, see srsafety.com
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Work situations
Work situation
Type of pollutant
Type of protective device
Type of filter
Painting/roller application of
solventbased paint. Degreasing/washing. Work with adhesives and jointing compounds.
Solvent vapours.
Half mask or full face mask
(if the eyes are irritated).
Gas filter SR 217 A1/
SR 218 A2
Fan unit SR 500 with
chosen head top.
Gas filter SR 518 A2+
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R*
Spray painting with waterbased paint/ solvent-based
paint in open, ventilated areas.
Spraying with weed killers, insecticides, etc. High-pressure
washing with additives.
Liquid aerosols (spray) and
vapours/ solvent vapours.
Liquid aerosols (spray),
vapours from organic weed
killers, insecticides, etc.
and solvent vapours
(degreasing).
Half mask or full face mask
(if the eyes are irritated).
Gas filter SR 217 A1/
SR 218 A2 + Particle filter
SR 510 P3 R
Fan unit SR 500 with
chosen head top.
Gas filter SR 518 A2 +
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R
Grinding work (if no gas
is emitted). Rock drilling.
Chimney-sweeping. Drilling of
metals. Turning. Mould spores
and other micro organisms.
Particles.
Half mask or full face mask
(if the eyes are irritated).
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R
Welding.
Smoke and gas.
Half mask.
Gas filter SR 315 ABE1 +
Full face mask with welding Particle filter SR 510 P3 R +
shield SR 84.
Steel net disc SR 336
Work in sewage treatment
plants, public baths, etc. Work
on acids, such as in etching,
pickling, ensilage.
Inorganic gases/vapours
and acid gases (chlorine,
sulphur dioxide, sulphuric
acid, nitric acid, formic
acid).
Half mask or full face mask
(if the eyes are irritated).
Gas filter SR 315 ABE1 +
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R
Fan unit SR 500 with
chosen head top.
Gas filter SR 515 ABE1 +
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R
Work with products containing
isocyanates i.e. manufacturing
of polyurethane (PU) or when
heating/burning of PU products.
Gas/vapour or a combination of gas/ vapour and
particles (dust, smoke,
aerosols).
Compressed air-fed respiratory protective devices or
full face mask. Fan unit SR
500 + visir SR 540.
Gas filter SR 315 ABE1 +
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R,
max 40 hours.
Asbestos removal.
Particles in the form of
fibres.
SR 200 Airline + compressed air for high levels.SR
500 + SR 200 for lower
levels.
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R
PCB removal.
Particles and gases.
SR 500 together with
SR 200.
Gas filter SR 518 A2 +
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R
Fan unit SR 700 with
chosen head top.
Gas filter SR 515 ABE1 +
Particle filter SR 510 P3 R,
max 16 hours.
*Each gas filter shall be combined with a particle filter SR 510 P3 R.
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Filter recommendations
Substance
CAS-no
Filter
Note
1, 2-Dichloroethane
107-06-2
A
2-Nitropropane
79-46-9
A
2-Propanol
67-63-0
A
Acetaldehyde
75-07-0
AX
4
Acetamide
60-35-5
A+P3
1, 4
Acetic acid
64-19-7
Acetic anhydride
Acetone
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Substance
CAS-no
Chlorate
4
Filter
Note
P3
Chlorine
7782-50-5
Chlorine dioxide
10049-04-4
B
Chloroform
67-66-3
AX
Chloroprene
126-99-8
AX
4
B
Chromic acid
1333-82-0
P3
4, 6
108-24-7
B
Cobalt (dust and smoke)
7440-48-4
P3
6
67-64-1
AX
Cresol
1319-77-3
A+P3
1
Acetylchloride
75-36-5
B
Cumene
98-82-8
A
5
Acetylene
74-86-2
Compr.air eq
Cupper
7440-50-8
P3
Cyanide (as CN)
57-12-5
B+P3
1, 3
Cyclohexanol
108-93-0
A+P3
1
Cyclohexanone
108-94-1
A
Cotton dust
B
4
Acrolein
107-02-8
AX
3
Acrylamide
79-06-1
A+P3
1, 4, 5
Acrylic acid
79-10-7
B
Acrylonitrile
107-13-1
A
Adipic acid
124-04-9
P3
Diacetone alcohol
123-42-2
A
3
Aliphatic naphta
8052-41-3
A
Diglycidyl ether
2238-07-5
A
3, 6
3, 4, 5
4
P3
Allyl alcohol
107-18-6
A
3
Dimethyl sulphate
77-78-1
A
Allyl chloride
107-05-1
AX
5
Dimethylformamide
68-12-2
A
4, 5
Allylamine
107-11-9
K
5
Dioxane
123-91-1
A
4, 5
Aluminium chloride
7446-70-0
B+P3
1
Dust, inert
Aluminium oxide
1344-28-1
P3
EDTA
60-00-4
P3
Ammonia
7664-41-7
K
Epichlorohydrin
106-89-8
A
Amyl acetate
628-63-7
A
Ethanol
64-17-5
A
Aniline
62-53-3
A
Antifouling paints
P3
K
4, 5
Ethyl acetate
141-78-6
A+P3
1
Ethyl acrylate
140-88-5
4, 5, 6
A
4, 5, 6
Antimony
7440-36-0
P3
Ethyl bromide
74-96-4
AX
3
Antimony hydride
7803-52-3
B
Ethyl chloride
75-00-3
AX
4
A
Ethyl ether
60-29-7
AX
Arsenic (not arsine)
7440-38-2
P3
Ethylene glycol
107-21-1
A
Arsine
7784-42-1
B
Ethylene oxide
75-21-8
AX
4, 5
Barium
7440-39-3
P3
Ethylenediamine
107-15-3
K
3, 6
Benzaldehyde
100-52-7
A
Ferrous chloride
BE+P3
1
Benzene
71-43-2
A
4
Ferrous oxide (smoke)
1309-37-1
Benzotriazole
95-14-7
A+P3
1
Fluor
7782-41-4
Benzoyl chloride
98-88-4
B
Benzyl alcohol
100-51-6
A
Benzyl chloride
100-44-7
B
3, 4
Formaldehyde
Beryllium
7440-41-7
P3
4, 6
Formic acid
Biphenyl
92-52-4
A+P3
1
Bromine
7726-95-6
Butyl acetate
Butyl alcohol
Aromatic naphta
Fluoride (as F)
Fluorosilisic acid
P3
B
P3
16961-83-4
B+P3
1
50-00-0
B
4, 5, 6
64-18-6
E
Freon 113
76-13-1
Compr.air eq
B
Furfural
98-01-1
A
123-86-4
A
Glutaraldehyde
111-30-8
A
6
71-36-3
A
Glycolmonobutyl ether
111-76-2
A
5
Butyr aldehyde
123-72-8
A
Cadmium
7440-43-9
P3
Glycolmonomethyl ether
109-86-4
A
5
Hydrazine
302-01-2
K
3, 4, 5, 6
Calcium oxide
1305-78-8
Carbon dioxide
124-38-9
P3
Hydrochloric acid
7647-01-0
B
Compr.air eq
Hydrofluoric acid
7664-39-3
B+P3
Carbon disulphide
75-15-0
AX
1
Hydrogen cyanide
74-90-8
B
3, 5
Carbon monoxide
630-08-0
Compr.air eq
Carbontetrachloride
56-23-5
A
4
5
4
Compressed air equipment can always be used instead of a filter respirator. It should always be used if the gas concentrations are in excess
of 0.5% by volume. Should be used for physically strenuous or longduration work.
N.B. Compressed-air supplied equipment should not be used where
there is danger of loss of consciousness or asphyxiation.
Advice concerning the selection of filters and the method of use can
always be obtained directly from Sundström Safety AB.
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Hydrogen peroxide
7722-84-1 Compr.air eq
Hydrogen selenide
7783-07-5
B
3
Pre-filter SR 221 should always be used. N.B. This pre-filter can never
replace particle filter SR 510 P3 R.
These recommendations are derived from a number of different sources and they follow the current Swedish regulation. Note that there
can be national differences in the regulations for use of respiratory
protective equipment.
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Substance
CAS-no
Filter
Hydrogen sulphide
7783-06-4
B
Hydrogene
1333-74-0 Compr.air eq
Hydroquinone
123-31-9
P3
4, 6
Iodine
7553-56-2
P3
3
78-59-1
Isophorone
Isoprophyl alcohol
Note
Substance
CAS-no
Filter
Phosgene
75-44-5
B
Phosphine
7803-51-2
B
Phosphoric acid (mist)
7664-38-2
BE+P3
Phthalic anhydride
85-44-9
P3
6
A
Piperazine
110-85-0
K+P3
1, 6
67-63-0
A
Piperidine
110-89-4
K
7439-92-1
P3
Potassium hydroxide
1310-58-3
P3
Maleic anhydride
108-31-6
B+P3
Potassium permanganate
Mangan
7439-96-5
P3
MDI
101-68-8
B+P3
MEK
78-93-3
A
Melamine
108-78-1
Compr.air eq
Mercury (vapour)
7439-97-6
Hg-P3
2, 5, 6
Methyl acrylate
96-33-3
A
5, 6
Methyl alcohol
67-56-1
AX
5
Methyl bromide
74-83-9
AX
3, 5
Methyl chloride
74-87-3
AX
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK)
78-93-3
Methyl iodide
Lead (smoke and dust)
1, 6
Note
1
7722-64-7
P3
Propinoic acid
79-09-4
B
1, 6
Pyridine
110-86-1
A
5
Selenium
7782-49-2
P3
Selenium sulphide
7782-49-2
P3
4
Silicon dioxide
14464-46-1
P3
4
Silver nitrate
7761-88-8
P3
Sodium carbonate
497-19-8
P3
Sodium fluoride
7681-49-4
P3
4
Sodium hydroxide
1310-73-2
P3
A
5
Sodium hypochlorite
7681-52-9
B+P3
74-88-4
AX
4, 5
Sodium perborate
10486-00-7
P3
1
Methyl isobutylketone (MIBK)
108-10-1
A
3, 5
Sodium silicate
6834-92-0
P3
3
Methyl methacrylate
80-62-6
A
5, 6
Styrene
100-42-5
A
5
Methylamine
74-89-5
K
Sulfamic acid
5329-14-6
B+P3
1
Methylchloroform
71-55-6
A
Sulfur dioxide
7446-09-5
E
Methylene chloride
75-09-2
AX
4
Sulphuric acid (mist)
7664-93-9
E+P3
1
MIBK
108-10-1
A
3, 5
91-08-7
Compr.air eq
4, 6
Monomethylamine
74-89-5
K
Terpentine (oil)
8006-64-2
A
5, 6
Morpholine
110-91-8
A
Tetrachloroethylene
127-18-4
A
5, 6
1, 5
TDI
5
Nickel carbonyl
13463-39-3 Compr.air eq
4, 5
Tetraethyl lead
78-00-2
A+P3
Nickel, metal
7440-02-0
P3
4, 6
Tetrahydrofuran
109-99-9
A
Nitric acid
7697-37-2
B
Tetramethyl lead
75-74-1
A+P3
1, 5
98-95-3
A
Toluene
108-88-3
A
5
Nitrobenzene
5
Nitrogen
7727-37-9 Compr.air eq
Tributyl phosphate
126-73-8
A
Nitrogen dioxide
10102-44-0 Compr.air eq
Trichloroethane
71-55-6
A
Nitrogen oxide
10102-43-9 Compr.air eq
Trichloroethylene
79-01-6
A
15468-32-3
P3
Nitroglycerine
55-63-0
Nitroglycol
628-96-6
Nitrous gas
Nitrous oxide
Octane
Ozone
p-Phenylenediamine
5
Tridymite (silicon dioxide)
A
5
Trimethylbenzene
526-73-8
A
Trisodium phosphate
7601-54-9
P3
Vanadium oxide (dust)
1314-62-1
P3
Vinyl acetate
108-05-4
A
Vinyl chloride
75-01-4
AX
25013-15-4
A
75-35-4
AX
White spirit
8052-41-3
A
Xylene
1330-20-7
A
Zinc chloride (smoke)
7646-85-7
P3
Zinc oxide (smoke)
1314-13-2
P3
Compr.air eq
10024-97-2 Compr.air eq
111-65-9
Organic peroxides
Oxalic acid
A
A
A+P3
1
144-62-7
P3
Vinyl toulene
10028-15-6
B
Vinylidene chloride
106-50-3
P3
3, 6
A+P3
1, 4, 5
87-86-5
P3
4, 5
Perchloric acid
7601-90-3
BE
Perchloroethylene
127-18-4
A
PCB
Pentachlorophenol
Petrol
86290-81-5
AX
Phenol
108-95-2
B+P3
4, 5
1, 5
Notes:
1. Combinations of filters shall be used.
2. Combination filter SR 299-2 ABEK1 Hg P3 R and SR 599 A1BE2K1 Hg P3 R. Type Hg- maximum use time 50 hours.
3. Full face mask should be used.
4. Carcinogenic
5. Skin adsorbing
6. Regarded as a sensitizer
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4
4, 5
5
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The Sundström filter range is well planned and
clearly arranged, and are used both with half masks
and full-face masks.
In addition, the masks can also be combined with
a number of air fed products, protective hoods and
other accessories.
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Factory
Tel: +46 8 562 370 00
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Sweden
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