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Today’s safety products not only need to work harder, but they also need to
work smarter. Whether it’s your repair shop or your role within it, protecting
technicians’ health helps protect your business — when they aren’t working,
your shop’s productivity and profitability goes down. 3M’s expanded safety
solution portfolio can help you:
•Protect workers — your most valuable resource!
• Prevent injuries
•Keep workers on the job and maintain productivity
So look to the brands you trust to keep you and your team safe today, and
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Solutions Work
We believe that health and
safety is first and foremost
about safeguarding worker
welfare. A secure, safe working
environment is paramount in any
business. But we also believe that
improving worker protection,
comfort, product durability and
productivity is a more ambitious
goal — one we firmly believe in.
The health and safety of your
workforce depends on your
choices, and we don’t take
that for granted. By working in
association with skilled safety
practitioners, partners and
customers, we are committed
to helping you create an
environment that protects
your workforce — effectively,
efficiently and economically.
Better.
Products that help workers become more efficient.
Faster.
Solutions that are easy to use.
Now that’s
Smarter.
3M™ Respirators
3M™ Hearing
Protection Solutions
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Eyewear
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Welding Products
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Coveralls
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3M Respiratory Solutions
3M offers multiple respiratory
protection choices to help reduce
the risk of exposure to potentially
harmful particulates, vapors and
gases. These options include tightfitting as well as loose fitting supplied
air respiratory protection options.
When working conditions require
the use of a tight-fitting respirator,
regulations dictate that all employers
must ensure employees have the
correct protection and fit. Supplied
air options are shown in the matrices.
The selection of N, R and P filters
depends on whether there are oil
particles in the workplace.
N filter - not oil resistant filter.
R filter - oil resistant filter for up to 8 hours.
P filter - oil proof filter for up to 40 hours.
Working on vehicles means grinding,
sanding and spraying, potentially
sending tiny particles into the air.
3M™ Respirators are a safety solution
to help reduce worker exposure to
these potential hazards. Taking care of
your technician’s health protects your
business, and helps maintain
shop productivity.
Respirators must be properly selected
based on the contaminant and the
concentration levels to which the
worker is exposed.
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3M™ Respirators
Sanding, Grinding, Sweeping, Buffing
3M™ Particulate Respirators help provide protection against dusts and other particulates. The 3M™ Cool Flow™
Valve, available on some models, may relieve moisture buildup in hot and humid conditions.
Application of body fillers, which may contain styrene or other organic vapors, potentially require use of an
organic vapor cartridge such as the 3M™ Organic Vapor (OV) Cartridge 07046.
Use the selector below to help identify which respirator may be preferred for increased worker comfort*.
Typically these operations do not produce an oil mist.
Sanding, Grinding, Sweeping, Buffing
Do the activities described generate particles only, or are you applying
body filler containing styrene or other organic vapor?
Applying body filler,
often containing styrene
Particles
only
No
Is the environment hot and humid or is additional
worker comfort desired?
No
Yes
Is an individually
packaged product
desired?
07048
8210
• N95
37021
9210
• N95
• Individually packaged
Spray Paint
Pack with OV cartridge and
P95 filter
07177 (S)
07178 (M)
07179 (L)
Yes
No
37022 or 9211+9211
• N95
• Cool Flow™ Valve
• Individually packaged
07185
8511
• N95
• Cool Flow™ Valve
3M™ Rugged Comfort
Half Facepiece
Reusable Respirator
49487 (S)
49489 (M)
49491 (L)
49488 (S) Quick Latch
49490 (M) Quick Latch
49492 (L) Quick Latch
07046
OV cartridge
07194
Prefilter
07054
Filter retainer
*In all cases, before selection of the most appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), a risk assessment must be carried out.
The half facepiece respirators shown may be used for up to 10X the Occupational Exposure Limit (OEL) when used as part of an
effective OSHA respiratory protection program.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Respirators
Welding
3M™ Welding Respirators are designed for applications such as welding, soldering, and other operations
involving metal fumes including those with ozone* and nuisance levels of organic vapors**. Use the selector
below to identify which respirator may be preferred for increased worker comfort. Respirator options where
welding fume is a concern:
Welding
Non-oil
Oil
N-Series Respirators
P-Series Respirators
Is ozone* or nuisance level** organic
vapor relief preferred?
No
Yes
07189
8515
• N95
• Welding Respirator
• Cool Flow™ Valve
• Welding Web
The half facepiece respirators shown may be
used for up to 10X the Occupational Exposure
Limit (OEL) when used as part of an effective
OSHA respiratory protection program.
07187
8214
• N95
• Welding Respirator
• Cool Flow™ Valve
• Welding Web
• Inner Faceseal with ozone* and
nuisance level** organic vapor
(OV) relief
3M™ Bodyman Pack
Half Facepiece – 600 Series
with P100 filter*
07182 (M)
07183 (L)
3M™ Rugged Comfort Half Facepiece –
6500 Series Reusable Respirator
49487 (S)
49489 (M)
49491 (L)
49488 (S) Quick Latch
49490 (M) Quick Latch
49492 (L) Quick Latch
Or
07184
2097
Replacement filter* P100
• With ozone* and nuisance
level** organic vapor (OV) relief
2297-P100
Replacement filter* P100
• With ozone* and nuisance
level** organic vapor (OV)
relief
3M™ Bodyman and Mechanic Half Facepiece Respirator Pack P100
Half facepiece respirators may be used for up to 10X the Occupational Exposure Limit (OEL).
• Reusable design – replaceable filters
• 3M recommended for grinding, sanding, welding and brake and clutch repair applications
• Activated carbon layer removes ozone* and nuisance level** organic vapors and odors
• At least 99.97% filtration efficiency against solid and liquid particles including oil aerosols
• Packout includes: 1 half facepiece respirator and 2 pairs P100 filters (07184)
Replacement Filters
3M™ Particulate Filter 07184 (2097),
P100 with Nuisance Level** Organic
Vapor Relief
NIOSH approved for environments
containing certain oil and non-oil based
particles. 3M recommended for nuisance
level** relief against organic vapors,
and ozone protection up to 10 times the
Occupational Exposure Limit (OEL).
Not NIOSH certified for use against ozone.
3M™ Advanced Particulate Filter 2297-P100*
with Nuisance Level** Organic Vapor Relief
All the same protection as the 07184, with the
benefits of easier breathing, and enhanced
durability and longer service life. Efficiently
captures particles in three layers of advanced
electret filter media compared to five layers in
traditional filters, therefore permitting easier
breathing.
In all cases, before selection of the most appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), a risk assessment must be carried out.
*3M recommended for ozone protection up to 10X the Occupational Exposure Limit (OEL). Not NIOSH approved for ozone.
**Nuisance level organic vapor refers to contaminations not exceeding applicable government occupational exposure limit.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Selection Charts
Undercoating, Rustproofing, Brake and Clutch Work
The following respirators incorporate a layer of activated carbon in the filter web which may help remove the
nuisance* odors associated with these applications.
These operations usually take place in an oily environment. Use the selector below to identify which respirator
may be preferred for increased worker comfort.
In all cases, before selection of the most appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), a risk assessment
must be carried out.
Undercoating, Rustproofing, Brake and Clutch Work
Will the wearer want to use a
disposable or reusable respirator?
Disposable respirator
Reusable respirator
Do you want a Half or
Full Facepiece?
Is the environment
hot and humid?
No
Yes
3M™ Bodyman Pack
with P100 filter
07182 (M)
07183 (L)
07186
8247
• R95
Full
Half
54371
8577
• P95
• Cool Flow™ Valve
With
07184*
2097
Replacement
P100 filter
3M™ Rugged Comfort
Half Facepiece
Reusable Respirator
49487 (S)
49489 (M)
49491 (L)
49488 (S) Quick Latch
49490 (M) Quick Latch
49492 (L) Quick Latch
3M™ Full Facepiece
07138 (S)
07139 (M)
07140 (L)
07142
Faceshield
Cover
07184*
2097
P100 filter
82783-00000
H8A Headgear with
WP96 Faceshield**
82701-00000
WP96 Replacement
Clear Window
*3M recommended for relief against nuisance level organic vapor (OV). Nuisance level organic vapor
refers to concentrations not exceeding applicable government occupational exposure limits.
**All faceshields must be worn with safety glass or safety goggles.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Full Facepiece with
3M™ Scotchgard™ Protector
89418 (S)
89421 (M)
89424 (L)
FF-400-15
FF-400-17
89486
89487
Peel off
Lens Cover with
Scotchgard™ Protector Lens Cover
07184
2097
• P100 filters*
Or
2297-P100
• P100 filters*
Paint Spray Operations
Workers who perform paint spray operations know that using proper respiratory protection
when there is a potential overexposure to paint mists and vapors is critical.
Experience 3M Innovation in Respiratory Protection
3M™ Ultimate FX Full Facepiece Respirator FF-400
The only respirator with 3M’s unique Scotchgard™ Protector, which helps the lens resist dirt,
paint and stains, and makes it easier to clean.
Large Lens Featuring Scotchgard™ Protector
•P
aint and stain-resistant lens—3M’s exclusive
Scotchgard™ Coating causes some liquids to bead up
on the surface so they can be wiped off easily
Durable, Long-lasting Head Harness
• Features a six-strap configuration
• Helps lens stay clearer during spray applications
•H
arness straps pulled over one million times in
durability testing
• Provides a wide field of view
•N
ew adjustment buckle for fit
Lens with
Scotchgard™
Protector
Regular Lens
Soft Nose Cup and Faceseal
• Engineered for maximum durability,
comfort and resilience
•T
hree sizes help the respirator fit a variety
of face shapes and sizes
Both lenses have been sprayed with the
same amount of paint. See the difference!
Speaking Diaphragm
Exhalation Valve Cover
• The standard exhalation
valve cover allows for
communication clarity
Patented 3M™ Cool Flow™
Exhalation Valve
• Allows for easier breathing
Low Profile Bayonet Design
•H
elps improve balance and
provides better weight distribution
• Reduces heat and moisture
buildup for cool, dry comfort
• For tight work environments
Plus
Respirator
89418
89421
89424
3M™ Ultimate FX Full Facepiece, Small
3M™ Ultimate FX Full Facepiece, Medium
3M™ Ultimate FX Full Facepiece, Large
Cartridge
Filter
Respirator
07046
07194
07054
Accessories
3M™ Spectacle Kit
3M™ Semi-Permanent
Lens Protector
Features of the 3M™ Semi-Permanent Lens Protector:
• Perimeter adhesive around entire edge seals firmly to the lens, yet removes cleanly
3M™ Lens Cover
• Lasts longer than standard tear-aways
• Lens cover with 3M™ Scotchgard™ Protector for easier cleaning
• Resists some paints, stains and liquids which can help prolong the lens
37331
89487
89486
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Respirators
Work Safely with Convenience
Workers who perform paint spray operations know that using proper respiratory protection is critical.
3M™ Premium Spray Paint Respirator Pack, P95 – 7500 Series
• 3M™ Cool Flow™ Exhalation Valve
helps make breathing easier
Contains:
• The advanced material provides a
softer feel on the face
37077 (S)
37078 (M)
37079 (L)
1 Premium
Respirator
small, medium
or large
1 pair Organic
Vapor (OV)
cartridges
07046
2 pairs Filter
07194
P95
1 pair Retainers
07054
1 Spray Paint
Respirator
small, medium
or large
1 pair Organic Vapor
(OV) cartridges
07046
2 pairs Filter
07194
P95
1 pair Retainers
07054
1 Full Facepiece
Spray Paint
Respirator
medium or large
1 pair Organic Vapor
(OV) cartridges
07046
1 pair Retainers
07054
1 pair Faceshield
Covers 07142
• Drop-down capability
• Available in small, medium and large
3M™ Spray Paint Respirator Pack, P95 – 6000 Series
• Low maintenance and lightweight
Contains:
• Available in small, medium and large
07177 (S)
07178 (M)
07179 (L)
3M™ Full Facepiece Spray Painting Pack, P95 – 6000 Series
• Provides eye and face protection
Contains:
• Offers a wide field of vision
• Available in medium and large
07162 (M)
07163 (L)
2 pairs Filter
07194
P95
3M™ Dual Cartridge Respirator Assembly, Organic Vapor/P95 – 5000 Series
• Designed to be disposable with the
permanently attached cartridges
• Available in small, medium and large
07191 (S)
07192 (M)
07193 (L)
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Contains:
1 pair Organic Vapor
(OV) cartridges
07046
2 pairs Filter
07194
P95
Facepieces
3M™ Tight-Fitting Facepiece Respirator Options
Full Facepiece with
Scotchgard™ Protector
Full Facepiece Spray
Painting Pack
Premium Spray
Painting Pack
Spray Painting
Pack
89418 (S)
89421 (M)
89424 (L)
07162 (M)
07163 (L)
37077 (S)
37078 (M)
37079 (L)
07177 (S)
07178 (M)
07179 (L)
89487
Semi-permanent Lens
Protector with
Scotchgard™ Coating
(or 89486 Peel Off Cover)
Filters and Cartridges
07195
OV/P95 filter
07142
Faceshield Covers
for this
Full Facepiece
OR
07046 Organic Vapor
(OV) Cartridges
• The ‘combination’ dual
airline system provides
positive and negative
pressure capability in
one respirator assembly
07194 Filters, P95
Tight-Fitting Facepieces:
• Allow a clear field of vision
and an obstruction-free
work zone
Supplied Air Hose
Adapter Kit
07054 Retainers
Air Purification Panel
Portable or Fixed
Features/Benefits
Back-mounted Dual Airline
breathing tube
• Delivers air to both
sides of the facepiece
for added comfort
Combination BackMounted Adapter Kit
SA-2100 (High Pressure)
25ft. – 07010 or W-9435-25
50ft. – 07011 or W-9435-50
100ft. – 07012 or W-9435-100
3/8" High Pressure Hose
3M™ Portable Compressed Air Filter
and Regulator Panel 256-02-01
100 cfm, 8 outlets, with Carbon
Monoxide Monitor
50ft. – 07034 or W-3020-50
100ft. – 07035 or W-3020-100
1/2" Low Pressure Hose
256-02-01*
(100 cfm) with
CO Monitor
W-2806
(50 cfm) without
CO Monitor
07006
Note: W-2808*
CO Monitor Retrofit
Kit Available
37027
* The use of a calibration kit is also required, see part numbers 529-04-48 (Large) or part number 529-04-49 (Small).
In all cases, before selection of the most appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), a risk assessment must be carried out.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Respirators
3M™ High and Low Pressure Systems
3M’s MOST lightweight and COMFORTABLE
faceshield respirators
• Excellent peripheral and downward vision
• Easy to use, Quick Release Swivel breathing tubes
37326
Comfort Faceseal
Air Control Device
Supplied Air Hose
Air Pump or Panel
37314 Respiratory Faceshield – M-206
ANSI Z87.1.1-2010 Eye/Face protection
3M™ Breathing
Tubes with
3M™ Quick
Release Swivel
(QRS) Connection
37309
Small/Medium
37310
Medium/Large
37322
Peel Off
Visor
Cover
The QRS
connects quickly
to the headgear
and swivels to
minimize loops
and kinks in the
breathing tube.
*One AAD V-199
Adapter is included
with each B-20
Breathing Tube
Adapter
Breathing Tube
Headgear
Premium Suspension
AAD V-199* Adapter or 37069
V-Series Supplied Air Valves
High Pressure
37018 or V-100
Cooling Assembly
37019 or V-300
Air Regulating Valve
25ft. – 07010 or W-9435-25
50ft. – 07011 or W-9435-50
100ft. – 07012 or W-9435-100
3/8" High Pressure Hose
3M™ Portable Compressed
Air Filter and Regulator
Panel 256-02-01
100 cfm, 8 outlets, with
Carbon Monoxide Monitor
Low Pressure
37020 or V-400
Low Pressure
Connector
50ft. – 07034 or W-3020-50
100ft. – 07035 or W-3020-100
1/2" Low Pressure Hose
W-2806
(50 cfm) without
CO Monitor
07006
• Adjustable directional flow of air inside the headgear
Note: Headgear, breathing tube, air control valve,
and air supply hose are required parts in a NIOSHapproved system.
Any NIOSH certification appearing on 3M components
is strictly limited to use in an approved air system
and only in full accordance with the specifications
and limitations under said approval. NIOSH certifies
complete assemblies only, not sub-assemblies.
*It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that the air
used with any supplied air system be Grade-D breathing
air, per OSHA 1910.134.
3M™ Vortex Cooling Assembly V-100
The 3M™ Vortex Cooling Assembly is designed to
provide those 3M headgear which are approved for
use with it, a continuous airflow ranging between
6 and 15 cfm (170 to 425 lpm). This air control device
also provides the ability to cool the compressed air
supply by as much as 50º F (28º C). The device cools
the air as supplied by the compressed air source
– not the ambient air. The control knob may be
adjusted manually between upper and lower limits to
suit the cooling comfort requirements of the user.
Note:
Airline connection requirements for Low Pressure S-Series
Hoods: 07034 and 07035: can only be used in single
lengths of 50, or 100 feet. No connections are allowed.
Airline connection requirements for High Pressure S-Series
Hoods: 07011 and 07012: combine up to three hoses (25,
50 or 100 feet) in any combination not to exceed 300 feet.
Note:
Airline connection requirements for Low Pressure M-Series
headtops: 07034 and 07035: can only be used in single
lengths of 50, or 100 feet. No connections are allowed.
Airline connection requirements for High Pressure M-Series
headtops: 07011 and 07012: combine up to three hoses (25,
50 or 100 feet) in any combination not to exceed 300 feet.
37335 GVP-PSK2
A complete PAPR solution for painters. Includes a GVP-CB PAPR Assembly
(including battery, comfort belt and charger), a GVP-441 OV/HE Filter with GVP-119
Shower Cover, a BT-20L Breathing Tube with BT-922, Breathing Tube Cover and a
M-101 Respiratory Faceshield with a M-925 Visor, M-936 Comfort Faceseal and
M-170 Faceshield Head Inserts.
In all cases, before selection of the most appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), a risk assessment must be carried out.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Facepieces
3M™ Supplied Air Respirators
7800S-S**
7800S-M**
7800S-L**
Full Facepiece
6700 (S) 07138
6800 (M) 07139
6900 (L) 07140
Full Facepiece
FF-401 (S) 89418
FF-402 (M) 89421
FF-403 (L) 89424
Full Facepiece
6700DIN (S)
6800DIN (M)
6900DIN (L)
Full Facepiece
Air Purification Panels
Supplied Air Hose
Adapter Kits
Standard Kits
Back-Mounted
Adapter Kits
SA-2000 (High Pressure)
SA-2000LP (Low Pressure)
256-02-00***
(50 cfm) with CO
Filtration and Monitor
6100 (S) 07024
6200 (M) 07025
6300 (L) 07026
Half Facepiece
7501 (S)
7502 (M)
7503 (L)
Half Facepiece
Combination Kits
Front-Mounted
Adapter Kits
SA-1000 (High Pressure)
SA-1000LP (Low Pressure)
W-9435
3
⁄8" High
Pressure Hose
(25, 50, or 100 ft.)
25 ft. 07010
50 ft. 07011
100 ft. 07012
6501 (S)
6502 (M)
6503 (L)
Half Facepiece
Combination BackMounted Adapter Kits
SA-2100 (High Pressure)
SA-2100LP (Low Pressure)
W-2929
3
⁄8" High
Pressure Hose
(25, 50, or 100 ft.)
25 ft. W-2929-25
50 ft. W-2929-50
100 ft. W-2929-100
256-02-01***
(100 cfm) with
CO Monitor
W-3020
½" Low
Pressure Hose
(25, 50, or 100 ft.)
25 ft. 07033
50 ft. 07034
100 ft. 07035
W-2806
(50 cfm) without
CO Monitor
07006
Note: W-2808***
CO Monitor Retrofit
Kit Available
37027
Note: Headgear, breathing tube, air control valve, and compressed air supply hose are required parts in a NIOSHapproved system. Any NIOSH certification appearing on 3M components is strictly limited to use in an approved air system
and only in full accordance with the specifications and limitations under said approval. NIOSH certifies complete assemblies
only, not sub-assemblies.
In all cases, before selection of the most appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), a risk assessment must be carried out.
3M Automotive Aftermarket Division (AAD) product numbers are found in blue type on select products.
*It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that the compressed air used with any supplied air system meets the requirements for at least
Grade-D breathing air per the Compressed Gas Association Commodity Specification G-7.1 in the U.S. as specified in the Occupational
Safety and Health (OSHA) Respiratory Protection standard 1910.134(i)(1)(ii). In Canada, refer to CSA Standard Z180.1 table for the quality
of compressed breathing air.
**Clip-on 3M™ Welding Shield also available.
***The use of a calibration kit is also required, see part numbers 529-04-48 (Large) or part number 529-04-49 (Small).
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Maximum Air Panel Capacity
Minimum of 100 PSI inlet air pressure is required to achieve the support for the number of users shown. If inlet air
pressure is below 100 PSI, then fewer workers will be able to be supported.
OR
256-02-00***
(50 cfm) with CO
Filtration and Monitor
OR
256-02-01***
(100 cfm) with
CO Monitor
W-2806
(50 cfm) without
CO Monitor
07006
OR
Loose Fitting
Cooling or Heating
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Tight-Fitting
Standard
Dual-Airline
3M™ Respirator Selection Guide
3M™ Half and Full Facepiece Respirators
5000 Series
5000
Cartridge Type
Color NIOSH
Code Approved for:
Certain Organic Vapors
5101 Small
5201 Medium
5301 Large
OV/P95
Organic Vapor/P95
Certain Organic Vapors and
Particulates
51P71 Small
(07191)
52P71 Medium
(07192)
53P71 Large
(07193)
OV/P100
Organic Vapor/P100
AG
Acid Gas
OV/AG
Organic Vapor/
Acid Gas
OV/AG/P100
Organic Vapor/
Acid Gas/ P100
6000
6000
Permanent
Cartridges
OV
Organic Vapor
AG/P100
Acid Gas/P100
6000 Series
7500
7800S
Ultimate FX
FF-400
6001i
New! with 3M™ Service
Life Indicator³
Certain Organic Vapors and
Particulates
60921
60921i
New! with 3M™ Service
Life Indicator³
Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride,
and Sulfur Dioxide or Chlorine
Dioxide or Hydrogen Sulfide
6002
Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride,
and Sulfur Dioxide or Chlorine
Dioxide or Hydrogen Sulfide
and Particulates
Certain Organic Vapors,
5103 Small
Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride,
Medium
and Sulfur Dioxide or Hydrogen 5203
5303 Large
Sulfide or Hydrogen Fluoride
Certain Organic Vapors,
Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride,
and Sulfur Dioxide or
Hydrogen Sulfide or Hydrogen
Fluoride and Particulates
60922
6003
(07047)
60923
6004
AM/MA/P100
Ammonia/
Methylamine/P100
Ammonia and Methylamine
and Particulates
60924
FM/OV
Formaldehyde/
Organic Vapor
Formaldehyde¹/Certain
Organic Vapors
6005
FM/OV/P100
Formaldehyde/
Organic Vapor/P100
Formaldehyde¹ and Certain
Organic Vapors and
Particulates
60925
OV/AG/P100
Organic Vapor/
Acid Gas/ P100
Rugged
Comfort
6500QL
6001
(07046)
Ammonia and Methylamine
MG/P100
Multi-Gas/Vapor/
P100
Rugged
Comfort
6500
Replaceable Cartridges
AM/MA
Ammonia/
Methylamine
MG
Multi-Gas/Vapor
Professional Series
7000 and FF-400 Series
6500 Series
Certain Organic Vapors,
Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride,
Chlorine Dioxide, Sulfur Dioxide,
Hydrogen Sulfide, Ammonia/
Methylamine, Formaldehyde¹
or Hydrogen Fluoride
Certain Organic Vapors, Chlorine,
Hydrogen Chloride, Chlorine
Dioxide, Sulfur Dioxide, Hydrogen
Sulfide, Ammonia/Methylamine,
Formaldehyde¹ or Hydrogen
Fluoride and Particulates
Certain Organic Vapors,
Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride,
and Sulfur Dioxide or
Hydrogen Sulfide or Hydrogen
Fluoride and Particulates²
6006
60926
60928
HG
Mercury
Mercury Vapor, Chlorine and
Sulfur Dioxide
6009S
HG/P100
Mercury/P100
Mercury Vapor, Chlorine,
Sulfur Dioxide and Certain
Particulates
60929S
* Nuisance level refers to concentrations not exceeding the OSHA PEL or applicable government occupational exposure limits, whichever is lower.
¹ OSHA regulations require gas proof goggles be worn with half facepiece respirators when used against formaldehyde.
² 3M recommended for use against methylbromide or radioiodine up to 5 ppm with daily cartridge replacement.
³ See User Instructions or visit 3M.com/servicelifeindicator to determine if the 6000i indicator is appropriate for your work environment.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Respirator Selection Guide (Continued)
3M™ Half and Full Facepiece Respirators
5000 Series
5000
Filters
Color NIOSH
Code Approved for:
6000 Series
6000
6000
Professional Series
7000 and FF-400 Series
6500 Series
Rugged
Comfort
6500
Permanent
Cartridges
Rugged
Comfort
6500QL
7800S
Ultimate FX
FF-400
Replaceable Cartridges
P95
Particulates
2071
P95 HF with
nuisance level
Acid Gas*
Hydrogen Fluoride and
Particulates
2076HF
P95 with nuisance
level Organic
Vapor/Acid Gas*
Particulates
2078
P100
Particulates
2091
(07000)
2291
P100 with nuisance
level Acid Gas*
Particulates
2096
2296
P100 with nuisance
level Organic
Vapor*
Particulates
2097
(07184)
2297
P100 with hydrogen
fluoride, nuisance
level organic vapor
and acid gas relief*
Cartridge/Filter
7093C
(37173)
Prefilters for
Cartridges
7500
7093
Color NIOSH
Code Approved for:
N95
Non-Oil Particulates
5N11
P95
Particulates
5P71
(07194)
2071
P100
Particulates
2091
(07000)
2291
7093
Retainers/Adapters
501 (07054)
For use with 5N11 and 5P71 Filters
502
For use with 2000 Series
and 7093 Filters
603
Use with 5N11 or 5P71 Filters
and 501 Filter Retainer
Monitors for Sampling & Analysis
Organic Vapor Monitors
Ethylene Oxide Monitors
Formaldehyde Monitors
3500 (37023), 3500B, 3510†, 3520, 3530†
3550†, 3551, 3551B
3720†, 3721, 3721B
†Includes prepaid analysis.
* Nuisance level refers to concentrations not exceeding the OSHA PEL or applicable government occupational exposure limits, whichever is lower.
¹ OSHA regulations require gas proof goggles be worn with half facepiece respirators when used against formaldehyde.
² 3M recommended for use against methylbromide or radioiodine up to 5 ppm with daily cartridge replacement.
³ See User Instructions or visit 3M.com/servicelifeindicator to learn more about the 6000i Series.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Hearing Protection Solutions
OSHA Requirements 29 CFR 1910.95
Occupational Noise Exposure*
Noise Monitoring Highlights:
• Employers must monitor noise exposures of workers
• Both area noise monitoring and personal noise monitoring (dosimetry)
may be used
• If time-weighted-average (TWA) exposure of workers is 85 dBA
or higher, employers must implement a hearing conservation program
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL)
• The 8-hour TWA noise exposure of workers cannot exceed 90 dBA
• Higher noise exposures are allowed for shorter exposure times
- PEL for 4 hour exposures is 95 dBA
- PEL for 2 hour exposures is 100 dBA
Prolonged exposure may
cause mild to moderate loss.
Hearing protectors required.
Short exposures may cause
permanent hearing loss.
OSHA permissible exposure limit (PEL) 90 dBA
OSHA Action Level 85 dBA
30
•
40
•
50
•
60
Residential boundary-noise limit
•
70
•
80
•
90
•
100
•
110
•
120
Dual protection
Prolonged exposure
may be needed
can cause hearing loss.
Hearing protectors
recommended.
Prolonged exposure may
cause moderate to severe loss.
Wear hearing protectors.
•
130
•
140
Pain threshold
Hearing Protection
• Hearing protection must be made available to all employees exposed to
8-hour TWA noise levels of 85 dBA or above and must be worn by all
employees exposed to a TWA of 90 dBA and above
• Hearing protection must be provided at no cost and replaced as needed
• Employees shall be given the opportunity to select hearing protectors
from a variety of suitable hearing protectors
For more information on OSHA hearing regulations, go to OSHA.gov.
*Employers should thoroughly read and understand these and all applicable regulations prior to selection and use of
personal protection equipment.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Hearing Protection Solutions
Typical Sound Levels (dBA)*†
Body Shop
30
•
40
95: A
ir, compressed,
blowing air through nozzle
65-84 Orbital sander,
loaded
•
50
•
60
•
70
•
80
•
90
•
100
•
110
•
120
•
130
•
140
85: Grinder, hand 4" (metal products)
112: A
ir chisel on auto body metal
87: Compressor, air, running
114: C
ompressed air blowdown
89: Compressor, air, bleeding air
100: Grinder, electric
102: Grinder, air
Wrench, impact
83: Air, compressed,
filling tires
92: Truck tire, large, air release at half pressure
93: W
rench, impact, removing lug nuts
Mechanical Service
30
•
40
•
50
•
60
•
70
•
80
•
90
•
88: Installing tire with
wheel machine
89: Floor lift, pneumatic,
raising vehicle
•
•
110
40
•
50
•
60
•
70
•
80
•
90
80-89: Oxyfuel
welding
and cutting
120
•
130
•
140
100: T
ire removing machine, removing tire bead
Wrench, impact, fitting lug nuts
102: Truck tire, large, air release at full pressure
104: Impact wrench, removing lug nuts
•
100
•
110
•
120
•
130
121: Torch, oxygen
92-105: Welding, slag chipping
95-102: Welding, inert gas - metal arc
95-100: P
lasma arc cutting machine
101: S
tud welder
*Hearing protector selection should be based upon individual exposure assessment.
†3M Noise Navigator™ Sound Level Database, 3M.com/Hearing
See important product warnings on the last page.
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•
95: W
elding, Cutting Equipment
92: Plasma cutter
98-110: Welding,
91-95: W
elding arc, CO2
plasma cutting
84-92: W
elding arc
Welding
30
100
•
140
Select a Hearing Protector for your Application
3M™ Hearing Protection
(Many other products available)
Product
Number
Typical Noise Level
<105 dBA
106 -114 dBA
3M PELTOR Optime 101 Earmuff
(NRR 27 dB*) with
3M™ E-A-R-soft Yellow Neons Uncorded
Earplugs (NRR 33 dB*)
H7A
with 312-1250

3M™ PELTOR™ Optime™ 95 Earmuff
Behind-The-Head (NRR 21 dB*) with
3M™ E-A-R™ Classic Earplug (NRR 29 dB*)
H6B/V
with 312-1201

3M™ E-A-R™ Classic Earplug
NRR 29 dB*
312-1201

3M™ Foam Ear Plug
NRR 29 dB*
1100 (uncorded)
1110 (corded)

3M™ E-A-R-soft Yellow Neons
Uncorded Earplugs
NRR 33 dB*
312-1250

318-1000
(uncorded)
318-1001 (corded)

P1301
P1300 (uncorded)

P1400
P1401 (corded)

3M™ PELTOR™ Optime™ 105 Ear Muff
NRR 30 dB*
H10A
H10B (neckband)

3M™ PELTOR™ Optime™ 101 Ear Muff
NRR 27 dB*
H7A

3M™ PELTOR™ Optime™ 95 Ear Muff
Behind-The-Head NRR 21 dB*
H6B/V

™
™
™
3M™ Push-Ins Earplugs
NRR 28 dB*
E-A-R™ Skull Screws™ Corded Earplugs
NRR 32 dB*
3M™ Pistonz Earplug Uncorded
NRR 29 dB*
CAUTION: 3M strongly recommends fit testing of hearing protectors. Research suggests that many users will receive less noise
reduction than indicated by the NRR due to variation in hearing protector fit, fitting skill and motivation of the user. If the NRR is
used, 3M recommends that it be reduced by 50% or in accordance with applicable regulations.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Protective Eyewear
More than 700,000 Americans injure their eyes at work each year.
About 1 in 10 injuries require one or more missed workdays to recover
from. Of the total amount of work-related injuries, 10-20 % will cause
temporary or permanent vision loss.*
OSHA mandates that employers provide — at no cost — eye, face and
noise protection to employees exposed to hazards AND that employers
ensure it be used. OSHA also has a recent directive that all inspectors
are to be making sure employers are adhering to its personal protective
equipment standard.
Health risks to the employees translate directly into business risks for
employers. Not only does the employee suffer, but these types of injuries
are very costly to the bottom line of any shop. Direct and indirect costs to
the business owner can include:
• Emergency response and medical treatment
• Rising workers compensation costs
• OSHA citations and fines
• Lost time and productivity
• Reduced company competitiveness
• Replacement employee training
• Administrative costs
*Prevent Blindness America
* Source: http://www.preventblindness.org/eye-safety-work and
http://www.preventblindness.org/ten-ways-prevent-eye-injuries-work2008.
Eye injuries can happen
when you least expect them.
Be prepared.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Top Picks in 3M™ Eyewear
Express a sense of style on-the-job. 3M brings the best of health and safety to the automotive aftermarket
with these great safety eyewear. Not only do they encourage compliance, but they complement existing
products you trust from 3M. All eyewear shown is approved to CSA Z94.3 Eye and Face Protector
Standard and meets ANSI Z87.1 Standard.
3M™ Virtua CCS Protective Eyewear with Foam Gasket
11872
Clear Anti-Fog Lens
Removable, foam lined
gasket, vented
11873
Gray Anti-Fog Lens
Removable, foam lined
gasket, vented
11874
Indoor/Outdoor
Mirrored Anti-Fog Lens
Removable, foam lined
gasket, vented
3M™ Economy Protective Eyewear
3M™ Securefit
SF201AF-CA
Clear Anti-Fog Lens
3M™ Securefit
SF202AF-CA
Gray Anti-Fog Lens
3M™ Securefit
SF203AF-CA
Amber Anti-Fog Lens
3M™ BX
11380-00000-20
Silver/Black Frame, Clear Anti-Fog Lens
Bi-focal readers are available in some models eg.
3M™ BX Silver 11375-00000-20 Clear, Anti-Fog,
+2.0 Bi-Focal Reader.
66213
3M™ SecureFit™
Protective Eyewear
SF410AS, Indoor/
Outdoor Mirror Lens,
20 EA/Case
66212
3M™ SecureFit™
Protective Eyewear
SF402AF, Gray Anti-fog
Lens, 20 EA/Case
56391
3M™ Tour-Guard™ V Protective Eyewear
TGV01-100 Clear
3M™ Safety Goggle
Available in Readers
66513
3M™ SecureFit™
Protective Eyewear
SF420AF, Clear Lens,
+2.0 Diopter,
20 EA/Case
3M™ Light Vision™ 2
11476-00000-10
Clear, Anti-Fog Lens, Dual LED Light
*Readers available, see page 18.
3M™ Comfort
Protective Eyewear
SF201AS-CA
Clear Anti-Scratch Lens
66211
3M™ SecureFit™
Protective Eyewear
SF401AF, Clear Anti-fog
Lens, 20 EA/Case
3M™ Light Vision™
66512
3M™ SecureFit™
Protective Eyewear
SF425AF, Clear Lens,
+2.5 Diopter,
20 EA/Case
66514
3M™ SecureFit™
Protective Eyewear
SF415AF, Clear Lens,
+1.5 Diopter,
20 EA/Case
16644
3M™ Lexa™ Splash GoggleGear ™
Vented channels to increase airflow,
minimize fogging and keep out particulates
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Protective Eyewear
Why protect your eyes?
Every day, approximately 2,000 U.S. workers sustain a work-related eye injury that requires medical
treatment.* Protecting employees from eye injury can be a challenge, because preventing harm requires
every worker to consistently wear appropriate eye protection. Injuries occur when workers aren’t wearing eye
protection or when they’re wearing the wrong eye protection for the job. Working conditions such as humidity
and temperature changes cause fogging of standard eyewear, which may prompt workers to remove their eye
protection in hazardous environments.
Safety Eyewear
Readers
Hard Coat
Anti-Fog
Soft Nose
Bridge
3M™ Virtua CCS Safety Eyewear with Foam Gasket
Virtua CCS
Virtua CCS
Virtua CCS
Meets ANSI Z87.1
Standard
Special Features
11872-00000-20
Clear Anti-Fog Lens
Removable, foam lined
gasket, vented

11873-00000-20
Gray Anti-Fog Lens
Removable, foam lined
gasket, vented

11874-00000-20
Indoor/Outdoor
Mirrored Anti-Fog Lens
Removable, foam lined
gasket, vented

Removable, foam lined gasket helps
limit eye exposure to nuisance dust
while providing added comfort
and cushioning. Easily removed
for cleaning or alternate wearing
configurations.
Small vents in the gasket help
minimize fogging.
Anti-Fog Coated Lenses
absorb 99.9% of UV. Meets the
requirements of CSA Z94.3-07 and
is Impact Rated to ANSI Z87.1-2010.
3M™ Light Vision™ 2 Safety Eyewear
Light Vision™ 2
11476-00000-10

Light Vision™
2 Readers
with Magnifier
11477-00000-10 (+1.5)
11478-00000-10 (+2 )
11479-00000-10 (+2.5 )



These safety glasses allow you to
enjoy hands-free direct lighting
right at your temple. Two adjustable
LED lights. Includes microfiber bag
and lanyard.

Lighting and magnification.
Multiple diopter strengths improve
magnification for reading, inspection,
and detail work. Hands-free direct
lighting with adjustable LED lights.
3M™ SecureFit 200 Series
SecureFit
SF201AF-CA Clear
Anti-Fog Lens

SecureFit
SF202AF-CA Gray
Anti-Fog Lens

SecureFit
SF203AF-CA Amber
Anti-Fog Lens

3M™ SecureFit 400 Series
SecureFit
SF401AF, Clear
Anti-fog Lens

SecureFit
SF410AS, Indoor/
Outdoor Mirror Lens

SecureFit
SF402AF, Gray
Anti-fog Lens

SecureFit
SF415AF, Clear Lens
SecureFit
SF420AF, Clear Lens
SecureFit
SF425AF, Clear Lens
+1.5 Diopter

+2.0 Diopter

+2.5 Diopter

DX AF/HC = 3M™ DX Coating, Anti-fog Hard Coat DX Coated lens is
abrasion resistant, anti-mist, anti-static and minimizes chemical attack.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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*cdc.gov/niosh © 2012 National Institute for Occupational Safety
and Health
3M™ Protective Eyewear
All eyewear featured offers:
• Polycarbonate lens
• Meets ANSI Z87.1 Standard
Looking good on-the-job, while feeling comfortable and meeting health and safety requirements are all
possible, with 3M personal protection equipment.
Safety Eyewear
Readers
Hard Coat
Anti-Fog
Soft Nose
Bridge
Adjustability
Temples
Nose Bridge
Lens Angle
3M™ BX Safety Eyewear
BX
11380-00000-20
(Silver/Black frame)





BX Amber
11524-00000-20
(Ocean Blue frame)





BX Readers
with Magnifier
11374-00000-20 (+1.5)
11375-00000-20 (+2.0)
11376-00000-20 (+2.5)





BX Gray lens
11381-00000-20






3M™ Tour-Guard™ V Protective Eyewear
Safety Goggles
Special Features
3M™ Lexa
GoggleGear
Goggles
16152-00000-10
Medium, Clear Lens,
Strap and Temple
combo
3M™ Lexa
Splash
GoggleGear
Goggles
16154-00000-10
Medium, Clear strap
and Temple combo

Comfortable for all day use. Lens provides
a wider view of the work area than
traditional impact goggles and includes
vent channels at top and bottom for
improved airflow and comfort.

Weighs just 1.8 oz. Lens extends the viewing
range further, even peripherally. Not bulky
like other goggles, Splash GoggleGear has a
contoured, low profile design.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Products
Make a Visual Impact
3M™ Speedglas™ Graphic Welding Helmets Series 100
Speedglas welding helmet Series 100 delivers impressive protection and performance with distinctive
graphic designs — all with a specific identity. Styles are refreshed often, contact your 3M representative
to learn about the latest styles.
Boneyard
49950
Ice Hot
49952
Raging Skull
49956
Future Combatant
56077
Razor Dragon
49954
Blazed
37233
Aces High
37237
Tribute
56076
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Xterminator
49958
Skull Jewels
37227
Trojan Warrior
37239
Steel Eyes
37226
Wild-N-Pink
37229
Steel Rose
37228
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 100 Series
Designed specifically to meet the needs of today’s
welders, 3M™ Speedglas™ 100 Helmets with autodarkening filter (ADF) deliver outstanding protection,
comfort and durable performance with distinctive
graphic design options. Welders can benefit from
the excellent optical quality and reliable light-to-dark
switching at a highly affordable and competitive price.
Automatic helmets (like Speedglas brand autodarkening helmets) reduce the potential for neck
strain injury from “nodding” the helmet into place.
With the ADF turned on, welders see a light state of
shade 3, also referred to as the resting state, making
it easier to see through the filter. The lens turns to the
dark state when an arc is struck and back to the light
state when welding stops.
The 3M™ Speedglas™ 100V Auto-Darkening Filter,
features five user selectable dark shades, shade 8 to
shade 12 and a light shade of 3.
The pre-shaped head
suspension is easy to adjust
and improves operator
comfort and safety.
3M™ Speedglas™ 100 Helmet
Accessories
Part No.
Speedglas 100
07-0200-51/37243
Outside Protection Plate
04-0290-00/37136
Inside Protection Plate (ADF)
07-0024-02/17196
Sweatband, Fleece Black
07-0680-00/17195
Magnifying Lens Holder
06-0500-56/89380
Magnification Plate 1.5x
06-0500-57/89381
Magnification Plate 2.0x
06-0500-58/89382
Magnification Plate 2.5x
06-0500-59/89383
Magnification Plate 3.0x
See your work in a
brand new light with
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter 9100XXi.
The new auto-darkening filter kit for the
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100 is your
window to a new world of more realistic color and
detail — to help you weld, grind and see your finish.
With improvements based on input from master welders around the world,
the 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter 9100XXi sets a new standard for
visibility, convenience and ease of use.
Upgrade your current 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100 / 9100-Air
Part No: 06-0000-30i-KIT
Description: Welding filter kit 9100XXi (new silver front and 9100XXi
welding filter). Applicable to Speedglas welding helmets 9100 and 9100 Air.
3M™ Adflo™ PAPR with 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100-Air, 35-1101-30iSW,
HE Filter, Li Ion Batt, ADF 9100XXi 1 EA/Case
3M Product Number 35-1101-30iSW, 3M ID
70071688579, UPC 00051141564760
Part No: 06-0000-30i
Description: 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter 9100XXi (without silver front
panel). The filter fits to all Speedglas welding helmet series 9100, but needs
the new silver front to have the outside control functions.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX
A wider field of view with a flip-up combination of an auto-darkening
welding helmet and a protective visor.
Part No
Description
Part No
06-0600-10SWSpeedglas welding helmet 9100
FX with welding filter 9100V
Description
Part No
06-0600-20SWSpeedglas welding helmet 9100
FX with welding filter 9100X
Description
06-0600-30SWSpeedglas welding helmet 9100
FX with welding filter 9100XX
06-0700-81
06-0400-52(B)
06-0400-54(B)
06-0200-54(B)
06-0700-73
06-0400-51(B)
06-0400-53(B)
06-0700-54
06-0700-63
06-0200-51(B)
06-0200-52(B)
06-0200-53(B)
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0700-64
06-0600-00SW
06-0700-82
06-0700-83
04-0320-00
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0500-52
06-0200-10(B)
06-0200-20(B)
06-0200-30(B)
06-0400-55(B)
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
04-0320-00
Batteries 2/case
06-0000-10Speedglas welding filter 9100V,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
06-0000-20Speedglas welding filter 9100X,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
06-0000-30Speedglas welding filter 9100XX
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
06-0200-10Inside protection plate 9100V,
5/case
06-0200-10-B Part no 06-0200-10, 25/case
06-0200-20Inside protection plate 9100X,
5/case
06-0200-20-B Part no 06-0200-20, 25/case
06-0200-30Inside protection plate 9100XX,
5/case
06-0200-30-B Part no 06-0200-30, 25/case
06-0200-51Outside protection plate standard,
10/case
06-0200-51-B Part no 06-0200-51, 50/case
Part No
See important product warnings on the last page.
22
Description
06-0200-52Outside protection plate scratch
resistant, 10/case
06-0200-52-B Part no 06-0200-52, 50/case
06-0200-53Outside protection plate high
temperature, 10/case
06-0200-53-B Part no 06-0200-53, 50/case
06-0200-54
Comfort sweatband, 3/case
06-0200-54-B Comfort sweatband, 12/case
06-0400-51
Headband incl assembled parts
06-0400-51-B Part no 06-0400-51, 5/case
06-0400-52
Pivot mechanism headband, left
and right.
06-0400-52-B Part no 06-0400-52, 5/case
06-0400-53
Headband front part
06-0400-53-B Part no 06-0400-53, 5/case
06-0400-54
Headband back part
06-0400-54-B Part no 06-0400-54, 5/case
06-0400-55
Battery holder 9100, 2/case
06-0400-55-B Part no 06-0400-55, 10/case
Part No
Description
06-0500-52
Extended coverage, ear and neck
06-0500-56
Magnification plate 1.5x
06-0500-57
Magnification plate 2.0x
06-0500-58
Magnification plate 2.5x
06-0500-59
Magnification plate 3.0x
06-0600-00SWSpeedglas helmet 9100 FX,
without welding filter, with
headband
06-0700-54Wide-view clear grinding visor,
anti-fog, 5/case
06-0700-63
Front panel, chrome
06-0700-64Wide-view clear grinding
visor frame, black
06-0700-73
Side window cover plates, 2/case
06-0700-81
Standard headcover, crown, black
06-0700-82Extended headcover,
head and neck
06-0700-83
Full Hood, black/gray
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100
Four new 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets, offering flip-up function,
hard hat and/or respiratory protection.
Part No
Description
Part No
06-0100-10Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with welding filter 9100V
06-0100-10SWSpeedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows and welding
filter 9100V
Description
Part No
06-0100-20Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with welding filter 9100X
06-0100-20SWSpeedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows and welding
filter 9100X
Description
06-0100-30Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with welding filter 9100XX
06-0100-30SWSpeedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows and welding
filter 9100XX
06-0400-52(B)
06-0500-53
06-0200-54(B)
06-0400-54(B)
06-0300-52
06-0300-52SW*
06-0300-55 (B)
06-0400-53(B)
06-0200-51(B)
06-0200-52(B)
06-0200-53(B)
06-0400-51(B)
06-0300-51 / 06-0300-51SW
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
04-0320-00
06-0400-55(B)
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0500-51
06-0200-10(B)
06-0200-20(B)
06-0200-30(B)
06-0700-83
06-0500-52
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
04-0320-00
Batteries 2/case
06-0000-10Speedglas welding filter 9100V,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
06-0000-20Speedglas welding filter 9100X,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
06-0000-30Speedglas welding filter 9100XX,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
06-0200-10Inside protection plate 9100V,
5/case
06-0200-10-BPart no 06-0200-10, 25/case
06-0200-20Inside protection plate 9100X,
5/case
06-0200-20-BPart no 06-0200-20, 25/case
06-0200-30Inside protection plate 9100XX,
5/case
06-0200-30-BPart no 06-0200-30, 25/case
06-0200-51Outside protection plate standard,
10/case
06-0200-51-BPart no 06-0200-51, 50/case
06-0200-52Outside protection plate scratch
resistant, 10/case
06-0200-52-BPart no 06-0200-52, 50/case
06-0200-53Outside protection plate high
temperature, 10/case
Part No
Description
06-0200-53-BPart no 06-0200-53, 50/case
06-0200-54Comfort sweatband, 3/case
06-0200-54-BComfort sweatband, 12/case
06-0201-10Starter kit 9100V, incl 5 outside
protection plates, 2 inside
protection plates and 1 sweatband
06-0201-20Starter kit 9100X, incl 5 outside
protection plates, 2 inside
protection plates and 1 sweatband
06-0201-30Starter kit 9100XX, incl 5 outside
protection plates, 2 inside
protection plates and 1 sweatband
06-0300-51Speedglas welding helmet
9100 without side windows, with
headband and silver front panel
06-0300-51SWSpeedglas welding helmet
9100 with side windows,
headband and silver front panel
06-0300-52Speedglas welding helmet
9100 without side windows,
without headband
06-030052SW*Speedglas welding helmet
9100 with side windows,
without headband
* Please use Part No 06-0300-52SW when ordering replacement side windows.
See important product warnings on the last page.
Part No
Description
06-0300-55Silver front panel
06-0300-55-B Part no 06-0300-55, 5/case
06-0400-51Headband incl assembled parts
06-0400-51-B Part no 06-0400-51, 5/case
06-0400-52Pivot mechanism headband,
left and right
06-0400-52-B Part no 06-0400-52, 5/case
06-0400-53
Headband front part.
06-0400-53-B Part no 06-0400-53, 5/case
06-0400-54
Headband back part.
06-0400-54-B Part no 06-0400-54, 5/case
06-0400-55
Battery holder 9100, 2/case
06-0400-55-B Part no 06-0400-55, 10/case
06-0500-51
Extended coverage 9100, Crown
06-0500-52Extended coverage 9100,
Ear & Neck
06-0500-53*
Side window cover plates, 2/case
06-0500-56
Magnification plate 1.5x.
06-0500-57
Magnification plate 2.0x
06-0500-58
Magnification plate 2.5x
06-0500-59
Magnification plate 3.0x
06-0700-83
Full Hood, black/gray
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Replacement Parts and Accessories
Because every welder is different and no two jobs are exactly the same, we offer a wide range of accessories for
the 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet.
05-0370-00
05-0660-00
05-0655-00
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
04-0320-00
07-0212-00SV
07-0212-01BL 07-0200-51
07-0212-02CH 07-0200-52
07-0212-03BM 07-0200-53
07-0001-10 04-029007-0001-11 00
07-0001-31
07-0680-00
02-0024-00
02-0024-01
02-0024-02
07-0024-02
07-0012-00
07-0012-00XX
Graphics
02-0690-00
18-0099-68
02-0645-00
3M™ Speedglas™ 100 Welding Helmet Replacement Parts and Accessories
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Description
07-0012-00/37230
3M™ Speedglas™ Helmet 100 with
Auto-Darkening Filter Shade 10
06-0500-54/89378
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Beanie
06-0500-55/89379
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Cap
07-0012-00BL/37231
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 100
with Auto-Darkening Filter Shade 11
06-0500-56/89380
3M™ Speedglas™ Magnification Plate, 1.5x
07-0012-00XX/
37232–39
3M™ Speedglas™ Helmet 100 with
Auto-Darkening Filter Shades 8-12
(Graphic Versions)
06-0500-57/89381
3M™ Speedglas™ Magnification Plate, 2.0x
06-0500-58/89382
3M™ Speedglas™ Magnification Plate, 2.5x
06-0500-59/89383
3M™ Speedglas™ Magnification Plate, 3.0x
07-0012-00XX
3M™ Speedglas™ Graphic Welding
Helmet 100 (No Headband or ADF,
Model # Depends on Graphic Design)
05-0370-00/98563
3M™ Speedglas™ Battery Holder SL
07-0001-10/37247
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening
Filter 100S-10, Shade 10
05-0650-00/98561
3M™ Speedglas™ Headband and Mounting
Hardware SL
07-0001-11/37248
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening
Filter 100S-11, Shade 11
05-0665-00/56075
3M™ Speedglas™ Headband Assembly Kit SL
04-0290-00/37136
3M™ Speedglas™ Inside Protection Plate (ADF)
07-0001-31/37246
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening
Filter 100V, Shades 8-12
04-0320-00/37137
3M™ Speedglas™ Battery, 2 batteries
07-0024-02/17196
3M™ Speedglas™ Sweatband,
Fleece, Black
02-0024-00/37124
3M™ Speedglas™ Replacement Sweatband,
Cotton Fleece with Padding
07-0200-51/37243
3M™ Speedglas™ Outside Protection
Plate 100 Standard
02-0024-01/37125
3M™ Speedglas™ Replacement Sweatband,
Leather
07-0200-52/37244
3M™ Speedglas™ Outside Protection
Plate 100 Scratch Resistant
02-0024-02/93101
3M™ Speedglas™ Sweatband,
Foam Laminate, Black
3M™ Speedglas™ Outside Protection
Plate 100 High Temperature
02-0645-00/37126
3M™ Speedglas™ Headcover, FR Cotton
07-0200-53/37245
02-0690-00/93078
07-0212-00SV/17157
3M™ Speedglas™ Front Panel, Silver
3M™ Speedglas™ Throat Protector,
FR Cotton
07-0212-01BL/17158
3M™ Speedglas™ Front Panel, Black
18-0099-68/37148
3M™ Speedglas™ Throat and Side Protector,
Leather
07-0212-02CH/17159
3M™ Speedglas™ Front Panel, Chrome
07-0212-03BM/17232
3M™ Speedglas™ Front Panel,
Black Matte
07-0680-00/17195
3M™ Speedglas™ Magnifying Lens
Holder 100
Note: Welding can create a variety of harmful fumes and gases. When engineering controls are impractical, respirators
may be required to help reduce exposures to these airborne welding contaminants.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Protective Coveralls
Designed for the Demands of the Workplace
Harmful dust, light liquid splashes and sprays. These are just some of the dangers inherent in your
workplace. 3M offers a line of quality disposable coveralls to help protect you and your workers.
Used for a variety of applications, 3M™ Protective Coveralls offer quality and reliability: helping
workers to maneuver freely and do their jobs effectively.
•B
reathable material options to help reduce heat buildup and promote comfortable wear, while
helping to protect against certain dusts and light liquid splashes
•K
nit cuffs, elasticized waist and ankles for increased comfort and freedom of movement
• Three panel hood design for better compatibility with complementary PPE
•T
wo-way zipper with sealable storm flap for additional protection
•R
einforced gusset for increased durability
•L
ow-linting material with anti-static coating
3M™ Protective Coverall 4510, entry level splash and dust protection
Typical Applications
• Metal polishing
• Machine or vehicle maintenance
• Cleanup and processing
• Paint spraying
3M™ Protective Coverall 4520, entry level protection with comfort
Typical Applications
• Light-duty building
cleaning
• Fiberglass
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M™ Protective Coveralls
3M™ Protective Coverall 4540+, enhanced performance with comfort built in
Typical Applications
• Paint spraying
• Vehicle processing
3M™ Protective Overboots 450 add-on accessory for footwear protection
• Constructed from laminated microporous material
with a slip resistant sole
• One size with ties and elastic at the calf to provide a
good fit
Part Number
Description
Packout Qty.
UPC
00582
Protective Coverall 4510, medium
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49788 7
00583
Protective Coverall 4510, large
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49789 4
00584
Protective Coverall 4510, XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49790 0
00585
Protective Coverall 4510, XXL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49791 7
00586
Protective Coverall 4510, 3XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49792 4
00587
Protective Coverall 4510, 4XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49793 1
46768
Protective Coverall 4520, medium
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49794 8
46770
Protective Coverall 4520, large
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49795 5
46772
Protective Coverall 4520, XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49796 2
46774
Protective Coverall 4520, XXL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49797 9
46776
Protective Coverall 4520, 3XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49798 6
46778
Protective Coverall 4520, 4XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49799 3
00601
Protective Coverall 4540+, medium
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49806 8
00602
Protective Coverall 4540+, large
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49807 5
00603
Protective Coverall 4540+, XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49808 2
00604
Protective Coverall 4540+, XXL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49809 9
00605
Protective Coverall 4540+, 3XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49810 5
00606
Protective Coverall 4540+, 4XL
20 Bags/Case
000 51131 49811 2
52571
Protective Overboots 450
100 Pairs/Case
040 46719 52571 3
*When FR is required, it must be worn over a primary protective garment and not worn next to skin. Cuffs are not flame resistant.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Selected Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) and the American National Standards Institute
(ANSI) Standards*
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.133
Eye and Face Protection
1910.133(a)(1)
“The employer shall ensure that each affected
employee uses appropriate eye or face protection
when exposed to eye or face hazards from flying
particles, molten metal, liquid chemicals, acids or
caustic liquids, chemical gases or vapors, or potentially
injurious light radiation.”
1910.133(a)(2)
“The employer shall ensure that each affected
employee uses eye protection that provides side
protection when there is a hazard from flying objects.
Detachable side protectors (e.g. clip-on or slide-on
side shields) meeting the pertinent requirements of this
section are acceptable.”
1910.133(a)(3)
“The employer shall ensure that each affected
employee who wears prescription lenses while
engaged in operations that involve eye hazards wears
eye protection that incorporates the prescription in its
design, or wears eye protection that can be worn over
the prescription lenses without disturbing the proper
position of the prescription lenses or the protective
lenses.”
ANSI
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
is a private non-profit organization that oversees the
development of voluntary consensus standards for
products, services, processes, systems, and personnel in
the United States. The organization also coordinates U.S.
standards with international standards so that American
products can be used worldwide.
ANSI accredits standards that are developed by
representatives of other standards organizations,
government agencies, consumer groups, companies,
and others. These standards ensure that the
characteristics and performance of products are
consistent, that people use the same definitions and
terms, and that products are tested the same way. ANSI
also accredits organizations that carry out product or
personnel certification in accordance with requirements
defined in international standards.
Impact Spectacles - ANSI Z87.1
“The employer shall ensure that each affected
employee uses equipment with filter lenses that
have a shade number appropriate for the work being
performed for protection from injurious light radiation.”
Impact spectacles shall be capable of resisting an
impact from a pointed projectile weighing 17.6 oz.
dropped from a height of 50 inches.
Impact spectacles shall be capable of resisting impact
from a ¼ inch steel diameter ball traveling at a velocity
of 150 feet per second.
All of our eye and face protectors listed in this catalog
meet the Impact requirements of ANSI Z87.1
Impact spectacles shall be capable of resisting a
penetration by a weighted needle with minimum
weight of 1.56 oz dropped from a height of at 127 cm.
For complete OSHA standards, go to OSHA.gov.
Faceshields - ANSI Z87.1
1910.133(a)(5)
A protector intended to shield the wearer’s face, or
portions thereof from certain hazards, as indicated by
the faceshield’s markings. Faceshields shall be worn
only in conjunction with spectacles or goggles.
Welding Helmet - ANSI Z87.1
A device intended to provide protection specifically
to the eyes and face against welding-related optical
radiation and weld spatter.
*Employers should thoroughly read and understand these and all applicable regulations prior to selection and use of personal
protection equipment.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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3M Respirator Applications Wheel
Possible Solutions for Common Activities
1
2
3
4
Use up to 10 times the PEL (**)
Use up to 25 times the PEL (**)
Use up to 50 times the PEL (**)
Use up to 1,000 times the PEL (**)
PEL = Permissible Exposure Limit
3M™ Full Facepiece Respirators 3M™ Half Facepiece Respirators*
Bodyman Packout
6000 Series, 07138, 07139, 07140
07181, 07182, 07183, P100
3
1
3M™ Particulate
Respirator 07185, N95
1
3M™ Speedglas™ Products
37263, 37264, 37265
2
3M™ Particulate
Respirator 07048, N95
1
3M™ Belt-Mounted Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)
Paint Spray Kit 37335. Use 3M™ High Efficiency Cartridge 07196
2
LOW MAINTENANCE
PROFESSIONAL SERIES
3M™ Disposable Half Facepiece
Respirator 07191, 07192, 07193, P95
1
3M™ Professional Respirator Packout
37077, 37078, 37079 with 3M™ Filter
Retainers 07054 and Filter 07194, P95
1
3M™ Disposable
Protective Coverall
4520 Series
3M™ Belt-Mounted Powered Air Purifying Respirator
(PAPR) Paint Spray Kit 37335 with 3M™ OV/AG 07196
2
See important product warnings
on the last page.
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3M™ Ultimate FX Full
Facepiece Reusable
89418, 89421, 89424
3
3M™ Professional Series Half
Facepiece Respirator with
3M™ Face Shield Kit 37106
1
3M™ Disposable Half
Facepiece Respirator 07191,
07192, 07193, P95
1
3M™ Organic Vapor
Cartridge/Particulate Filter,
P95 Packout 07195
1
3M™ Ultimate FX Full
Facepiece Reusable
Respirator FF-400 Series
89418, 89421, 89424
3
3M™ Disposable
Protective Coverall
4540+ Series
3M™ Professional Series
Respirator Assembly
37077, 37078, 37079
1
3M™ Versaflo™ Hood
Assembly 37301
3M™ Belt-Mounted Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)
Paint Spray Kit 37335. With 3M™ OV/AG Cartridge.
2
3M™ Particulate Welding Respirator
07189, N95
1
3M™ Speedglas™ Products 37263,
37264, 37265
2
3M™ Half Facepiece Respirators
Bodyman Packout*
07181, 07182, 07183, P100
1
3M™ Half Facepiece Respirators
Clutch and Brake Packout
07001, 07002, 07003
1
See important product
warnings on the last page.
3M™ Particulate Welding Respirator
07187, N95
1
* 3M recommended for relief against nuisance levels
of organic vapors. Nuisance level organic vapor
refers to concentrations not exceeding OSHA PEL
or applicable exposure limits, whichever is lower.
** R
espirator selection and use should be in
accordance with applicable safety and health
standards, or pursuant to the recommendations
of an industrial hygienist.
NOTE: Quantitative fit testing must be
completed for 50 times the PEL.
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Respirator Administration and Workplace Hazard
Identification Process*
Review, Retrain and
Fit Test Annually
STEP 1
•Have the
contaminants and
exposures been
assessed and
monitored in the
workplace?
IF NO
PROCEED
TO STEP 2
IF YES
Refer to:
•3M “Administrative
Respiratory Protection
Program” written
template available at
3M.com/PPESafety
•Respirator selection and
Changeout schedule
available at
3M.com/respguide
STEP 2
IF NO
PROCEED TO
STEP 3
•Does the customer
have a written
respiratory protection
program?
•Respirator selection
made?
•Changeout schedule
established?
IF YES
STEP 3
•Has the customer
performed medical
evaluations on all
respirator wearers?
IF NO
IF YES
•Tools to assist with
training are available
online at 3M.com/
PPESafety
•3M Automotive
Aftermarket Sales
Representative can
assist with fit testing
STEP 4
IF NO
•Have the respirator
wearers been fit
tested and trained on
the proper use and
maintenance of their
respirators?
*For complete requirements of OSHA’s respirator standard, 29 CFR 1910.134, go to OSHA.gov.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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•3M’s Personal Air
Monitoring Systems
are designed for
measuring exposure to an
assortment of vapors
•For particulates and other
workplace hazards, consult
your insurance carrier or
industrial hygienist
•Employees required to
wear respirators must be
medically evaluated prior
to a fit test
•3M offers online
evaluations
PROCEED
TO STEP 4
Your respiratory protection program starts here.
As the safety administrator, running a successful respiratory protection
program means navigating a maze of regulations and anticipating hazards.
Consider us a helpful resource. Whenever you are in the process, we can
help guide you to the right information.
To run a successful workplace respiratory protection program,
you must understand and comply with the standards set by state
and federal administrations like the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA). If you’ve already started your research,
you know it can be overwhelming. To help you make sense of it all,
we’ve summarized key elements of the federal standard and give
ideas for how to comply with each one.
Consider
us a helpful
resource.
Highlights of the OSHA regulations on
respiratory protection.
When respiratory protection is required by OSHA, a written respiratory
protection program has to be established. That means the designated
program administrator must oversee the following:
•A
ssessment of exposure to airborne contaminants
•S
election of appropriate respirators
•E
valuation of employees’ health to make sure they can wear a respirator
•F
it-testing and training of employees regularly
• I nspection, repair, cleaning, storage and replacement of respirators
as needed
•R
eview of the program periodically to make sure it’s being run properly
•K
eeping a written record of all of the above
Each part of the program can seem complex. Although as a safety
administrator you must follow all applicable rules and regulations, we’ve
outlined key highlights to help you navigate them.
Site: OSHA Federal Regulation 29 CFR 1910.34
To learn more, visit 3M.com/RespiratorFitTesting
37023
3M™ Organic Vapor Monitor 3500B
The 3M™ Organic Vapor Monitor
3500 uses the proven scientific
principle of diffusion, which is the
gradual mixing of molecules of two
or more substances. It has a single
charcoal sorbent wafer for easy
collection of organic vapors and can
be used for many applications.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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Cartridge Changeout Program
Cartridge Changeout Schedule 2017
3M continues to provide safety options to
our customers through products, services,
and solutions. 3M’s Cartridge Changeout
Program (CCOP) is an online tool that allows
you to register and update automated
cartridge replacement through the
distributor of your choice. This program will
assist in your written respiratory program
compliance, OSHA standard 1910.134
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Products Shown:
3M™ Accuspray™ Spray Gun Model HG09, AAD PN 16570 Equipped with 3M™ PPS™ Paint Preparation System
3M™ 4540+ Protective Coverall
3M™ SecureFit™, Protective Eyewear, SF201AF, with clear anti-fog lens
3M™ Ultimate FX Full Facepiece Reusable Respirator FF-400; AAD PN 89418, 89421, 89424
3M Select & Service Life Software
3M has designed state of the art software to help make the selection of 3M™ Respirators easier and to help
estimate the service life of 3M™ Gas and Vapor Cartridges.
Go to: 3M.com/SSLS for more information.
Regulatory Compliance Services Offered:
Respirator Medical Evaluations: Online
Online Respirator Medical Evaluations
This easy-to-use questionnaire helps establish the worker’s clearance level for using a specific respirator in your
work conditions. It can be completed in 15-20 minutes using any computer with internet access, and is available
every day, any time, to fit your employees’ schedules. Any respirator brand can be used. You’ll receive immediate
notification of clearance as well as online recordkeeping to track employee status. Available in English and Spanish.
Try an online demo at:
respexam.com
For additional information on these
services, please visit respexam.com,
call 1-800-383-3393 or contact
your local 3M Sales Representative.
Exposure assessment is a continuous process.
1
4
Basic
characterization
Gather data about tasks and
processes, chemicals, and
potential exposures.
Exposure
monitoring
Collect samples and have
them analyzed to determine
employee exposure.
2
5
Similar Exposure
Groups (SEGs)
Group workers by similar tasks,
schedules, materials used and
methods.
Interpretation and
decision-making
Evaluate the results:
• Insufficient data: conduct more
assessments and re-evaluate.
• Acceptable exposures: no action
beyond periodic re-evaluation.
See important product warnings on the last page.
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• Unacceptable Exposures: modify
controls and/or procedures.
3
Qualitative
assessment and
prioritization
Rank SEGs by potential for
exposure and health effects
of overexposure.
6
Reporting
Keep detailed records.
Fit Testing Kits and Accessories
FT-10 Kit: Part # 16358
FT-30 Kit: Part # 54203
• Laminated instructions booklet
• Laminated instructions booklet
• Sweet sensitivity & fit test solutions
• Bitter sensitivity & fit test solutions
• 2 nebulizers, 1 hood and
1 collar assembly
• 2 nebulizers, 1 hood and
1 collar assembly
• Cardboard carrying case
• Cardboard carrying case
16359
FT-11 Sensitivity
Solution (Sweet)
16356
FT-12 Fit Test
Solution (Bitter)
54204
FT-31 Sensitivity
Solution
54205
FT-32 Fit Test
Solution (Bitter)
16353
3M™ Test Hood, FT-14
16357
3M™ Nebulizer, FT-13
16354
3M™ Collar, FT-15
* Please contact your 3M sales representative
or 3M.com/RespiratorFitTesting
See important product warnings on the
last page.
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Respiratory Products (See pages 2-12)
These respirators help protect against certain airborne
contaminants. Before use, the wearer must read and understand
the User Instructions provided as a part of the product packaging.
A written respiratory protection program must be implemented
meeting all the requirements of OSHA 1910.134 including training,
fit testing and medical evaluation. In Canada, CSA standards Z94.4
requirements must be met and/or requirements of the applicable
jurisdiction, as appropriate. Misuse may result in sickness or death.
For correct use, consult your supervisor or User Instructions or
call 3M PSD Technical Service in the USA at 800-243-4630. In
Canada, call Technical Service at 800-267-4414.
Hearing Protection Products* (See pages 13-15)
Choking Hazard—Keep away from infants and small children.
These hearing protectors help reduce exposure to hazardous
noise and other loud sounds. Misuse or failure to wear hearing
protectors at all times that you are exposed to noise may result
in hearing loss or injury. For correct use, consult your supervisor
or User Instructions or call 3M PSD Technical Service in the
USA at 800-243-4630. In Canada, call Technical Service at
800-267-4414. If there is any drainage from your ear or you
have an ear infection, consult with your physician before wearing
earplugs. Failure to do so may result in hearing loss or injury.
NRR footnote:
CAUTION: 3M strongly recommends fit testing of hearing
protectors. Research suggests that many users will receive less
noise reduction than indicated by the NRR due to variation in
hearing protector fit, fitting skill and motivation of the user. If the
NRR is used, 3M recommends that it be reduced by 50% or in
accordance with applicable regulations.
Eye and Face Products (See pages 16-19)
These eye and face protection products help provide limited
eye and face protection. Misuse or failure to follow warnings
and User Instructions may result in serious potential injury,
including blindness or death. For correct use, consult your
supervisor or User Instructions or call 3M PSD Technical Service
in the USA at 800-243-4630. In Canada, call Technical Service
at 800-267-4414.
Protective Coveralls (See pages 25-26)
These protective coveralls help protect against certain liquid
splashes and hazardous dusts. Before use wearer must read and
understand the User Instructions provided as part of the product
packaging. Failure to follow all instructions on the use of these
protective clothing products and/or failure to wear the complete
product during all periods of exposure may adversely affect
the wearer’s health, or lead to severe or life threatening illness
or permanent disability. Final determination as to the suitability
of these products for a particular situation is the employer’s
responsibility. For correct use, consult your supervisor or
User Instructions or call 3M PSD Technical Service in the
USA at 800-243-4630. In Canada, call Technical Service
at 800-267-4414.
Welding Helmets (See pages 20-24)
This product is designed to help protect the wearer‘s eyes and face
from harmful radiation including visible light, ultra-violet radiation
(UV), infra-red radiation (IR), sparks and spatter resulting from
welding processes. These products must be used only by qualified
persons who are properly trained in their use and maintenance.
Misuse may result in permanent eye injury and vision loss.
Always wear ANSI Z87.1 compliant safety spectacles in addition
to any welding helmet. For correct use, consult your supervisor
or User Instructions or call 3M PSD Technical Service in the
USA at 800-243-4630. In Canada, call Technical Service
at 800-267-4414.
For More Information
In U.S.
Technical Assistance 800-243-4630
Customer Care Center 800-328-1667
In Canada
Technical Assistance
Customer Care
Personal Safety Division
800-267-4414
800-364-3577
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