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User Instructions:
Pureflo PAPR Models PF50ESM and PF60ESM
USA
Rev 15
November, 2012
User Instructions
USA
Read these instructions completely prior to use of this
product. The figures are explained in the text following
them.
INTERACTIVE SAFETY PRODUCTS INC
9825-A NORTHCROSS CENTER COURT
HUNTERSVILLE NC 28078
Email: sales@helmetsystems.com
www.interactivesafetyproducts.com
Tel: 704 664 7377
Toll Free Tel : 800 251 7377
Fax: 704 664 7316
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Fig. 1
Fit Mains Adapter (Battery charger adapter for electrical outlet in country of use)
Fig. 2
Battery Charger Socket Connection
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Fig. 3
Two Fully Charged Battery Packs (Installs into helmet assembly)
Fig. 4
Head lining kit (1 Brow pad and 2 Nape pads).
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Fig. 5 Adjustment of Headband
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Fig. 6 Filter/Cartridge installation (Caution: Do not cross thread)
Fig. 7 Power Switch and low airflow LED indicator warning function
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Fig. 8 Ratchet Adjustment
Headband drawing for illustration. See also Fig 5.
Fig. 9 Replacement of Neck Cape Fasteners
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Fig. 10 Neck Cape neck seal adjustment
Fig. 11 Neck Cape Replacement and Fitting
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Fig. 12 Secondary Visor Protector Fitting
Fig. 13 Primary Visor Replacement and Fitting (See Fig. 13a. for PF50ESM P-Series)
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Fig. 13a. Primary Visor Replacement and Fitting PF50ESM (P-Series) Pharmaceutical
Fig. 16 Fan/Motor Replacement and Fitting
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Fig. 17 On/Off Switch Replacement
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Pureflo PF50 ESM and PF60 ESM PAPR
Fig. 18 Visor Lock Installation/Removal (except PF50ESM P-Series)
Visor Lock
insertion channel
Visor Lock – side view
Visor Lock, Topside – Tail End
Tail
Visor Lock Underside
Over Visor
Locking Channel
Visor Lock Installation
1. Refer to the pictures above and identify the top side, the Over-Visor locking channel, and the tail end of the visor clip.
2. Ensure the visor is completely in the down position during the following steps.
3. Refer to drawing of figure above; locate the center of the rubber gasket attached to the primary visor and using your
fingers, pull outward and downward and hold. Identify the visor lock insertion channel in the main chassis.
4. Ensure the visor locking channel is facing down toward the top of the visor and fully insert the tail end of the visor clip
into the slot of the unit’s frame.
5. With your fingers, simultaneously push the top of the visor downward and lift the locking clip upwards. Pull outward
on the visor to locate the visor into the visor locking channel of the clip. Release the rubber gasket.
Visor Lock Removal
1. Repeat step 3 from above.
2. Using your fingers, push downward on the top of the visor and lift the locking clip upward. The visor should release
from the locking channel but may require inward pressure on the top of the visor while lifting the locking clip upward.
3. Slide the locking clip out from the slot of the main frame.
4. Release the rubber gasket.
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Fig. 20. Face seal replacement and fitting
1. Press small hole located in front of face seal (red
arrow) between vents (white arrows) over molded
hook at front bottom edge of Pureflo frame.
3. Secure elastic edge of face seal in groove
around rear of Pureflo frame.
2. Snap all 12 fasteners onto the Pureflo frame.
4. Wrap face seal flaps around headband and secure
onto matching snap fasteners (one flap on each side).
5. From inside of headband, loop front
attachment tab under headband in front of red
molded clip and snap fasteners as shown (one
attachment tab on each side).
6. View of completed face seal attachment
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USER INSTRUCTIONS
USA
Please read these instructions completely and then store them in a safe place for future reference.
The respirator must be fitted and used in accordance with these instructions and used in an approved configuration in
order to obtain the approved level of performance.
This respirator is designed with many owner replaceable parts. If it should require return to the manufacturer, please note
that you (customer) will be asked to provide the unit serial number. This is located inside of the frame, in the battery
compartment, on the switch side. A Respirator Return Procedure form (at end of this manual or available from our web
site: www.interactivesafetyproducts.com) must be completed by you, the customer.
INTRODUCTION
The Pureflo PF50ESM (bump cap model and the P-Series or Pharmaceutical variant) and PF60ESM (hardhat model) are
self-contained, lightweight Powered Air Purifying Respirators.
The Pureflo incorporates an Electronic Systems Management (ESM) which monitors both the filter state (as measured by
airflow through the filter or cartridge) and battery power assuring continuous airflow above 170 lpm for the entire use
period. Should airflow or power drop, these units will alert the user.
When equipped with an HE filter (order# PR02020SP), they are effective against solid and liquid aerosols (particulates).
Both models provide full face and head protection against liquid splash and high impact protection for the face and eyes.
The PF60ESM combines all of the preceding with industrial hardhat protection from impact.
When equipped with an HE/HF cartridge (order # PR02025SP) or an HE/HF/HC cartridge (order # PR02026SP), these
respirators are effective against solid and liquid aerosols (particulates), and Hydrogen Fluoride (HF). The HE/HF/HC
cartridge provides Hydrogen Chloride (HC) protection in addition to HE and HF. Both of these cartridges are
effective for nuisance level removal of most Organic Vapors, Inorganic Vapors, Acid Gases and Ozone, where ‘nuisance
level’ refers to concentrations not exceeding the OSHA PEL or other applicable government occupational exposure
limits, whichever is lower. NIOSH does not approve filters for Nuisance level protection.
Note that the ESM does NOT monitor remaining service life for HF, HC, or other vapors or gases. Users must determine
an appropriate cartridge change out schedule.
The Pureflo ESM is powered by two rechargeable battery packs held inside the respirator. Air is filtered through the
respirator filter to provide a flow of clean air over the face. An adjustable neck cape or elastic face seal ensures that
positive pressure is maintained within the respirator.
The Pureflo ESM contains an adjustable headband, crown strap, and sizing pads, ensuring a comfortable fit for most
head sizes.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Pureflo ESM unit should contain the following items:
Part Number
PR02000-SBL
Quantity
1
Description
Pureflo PF50ESM Respirator Bump Cap
with lifting visor, neck cape, and one HE filter
1
Pureflo PF50 ESM Pharmaceutical variant, (PSeries) with fixed visor, neck cape, and one HE
filter
1
Pureflo PF60ESM* Respirator Hard Hat, hat color
black, lifting visor, neck cape, and one HE filter
1
Pureflo PF50ESM Respirator Bump Cap
with lifting visor, face seal, and one HE filter
1
Pureflo PF50 ESM Pharmaceutical variant, (PSeries) with fixed visor, face seal, and one HE filter
1
Pureflo PF60ESM* Respirator Hard Hat, hat color
black, with lifting visor, face seal, and one HE filter
or
PR02000-PBF
or
PR02000-SHL
or
PR02000-CBL
or
PR02000-CBF
or
PR02000-CHL
* Note: Model PF60ESM hardhat respirator may be configured differently from above at
time of ordering. Refer to the order codes at the end of this manual. Approved
configurations include purchase with an HE/HF or HE/HF/HC cartridge in place of the
HE filter, optional hardhat colors: Yellow, High Visibility Yellow/Green, and White in place
of black. PF60ESM part number PR02000-SHL may include the addition of a factory
installed Welding Mask Accessory, standard or “Blue Flash” with choice of shade
# 10 or automatic darkening welding lens (ADF).
PR02230
2
Battery Charger
(Respirator can be ordered without battery chargers by
appending “-NBC” to the part number. Contact your
Distributor for details)
PR02170
2
Battery Pack
PR01906
1
838003
1
855000
1
(Includes NIOSH Respirator, Filter, and Cartridge
Approval Labels)
QC057
1
Product Limited Warranty
Visor Lock
(Not supplied with PF50ESM pharmaceutical version)
Storage Bag
User Instructions USA
APPROVAL FOR USE
Product assessed against the requirements of the following standards:
Respiratory:
NIOSH 42CFR84 (See Approval Label at the end of this manual, also available
from our web site www.interactivesafetyproducts.com).
Eye Protection:
ANSI/ISEA Z87.1 – 2010: Occupational and Educational Personal Eye and
Face Protection Devices; Z87+ (Impact compliant)
Head Protection (PF60ESM only):
ANSI/ISEA Z89.1-2009: Industrial Head Protection Type 1 Class G
High Visibility colored tops comply with the High Visibility requirements of ANSI/ISEA
Z89.1-2009
Non-Incendive FM Approval to US and CSA standards for: NI / Class I, II, III / Div 2 / Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G
o
T4, Ta=40 C
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SUITABILITY FOR USE
See Approval Label supplied at the end of this manual or available on our website:
www.interactivesafetyproducts.com
This respirator must be used strictly in accordance with these instructions.
This respirator is only for use by trained, competent personnel.
Do not use this respirator for protection against unknown atmospheric contaminants, when concentrations of
contaminants are unknown, in atmospheres immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH), or in atmospheres with less
than 19.5% oxygen.
This equipment is intended for use within the temperature range 40 °F to 105 °F (+5°C to +40°C)
Only use this respirator with the parts and accessories listed in these instructions.
In the power-off state little or no respiratory protection is to be expected, and this is considered to be an abnormal
situation.
In the power-off state there will be a rapid buildup of carbon dioxide and depletion of oxygen may occur.
With the visor in the up position little or no respiratory protection is to be expected.
At very high work rates and peak inhalation the pressure flow in the device may become negative.
Eye Glasses may transmit impacts from high-speed particles, thus creating a hazard to the wearer.
Continue wearing the respirator and leave the contaminated area immediately if any of the following conditions apply:
•
An audible tone sounds.
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A RED LED appears on the chin bar (see table in the section: "Chin bar LED display").
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Any part of the respirator becomes damaged (the unit is still operating).
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Airflow into the respirator decreases.
•
The user tastes or smells contaminants.
Remove the respirator and leave the contaminated area immediately if:
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The blower stops.
•
Breathing becomes difficult.
•
Dizziness or other physical distress or irritation occurs.
Never modify or alter this product. Perform only the service tasks contained in these instructions.
Materials, which may come into contact with the wearer’s skin, could cause allergic reactions to susceptible individuals.
Transportation - Use the carry bag provided to transport and protect the unit from physical or chemical damage.
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PREPARATION FOR USE
The following tasks must be performed prior to use:
Battery charging and installation
Install the mains adapter (battery charger electrical outlet adapter) onto the charger (see Fig 1).
Connect the batteries to the chargers, as shown in Fig. 2, and with the chargers plugged into 120 V electrical
outlets, charge the batteries. The battery charger contains an LED. This LED will display the following information:
Condition
Battery Charger LED Status
Continuously
Illuminated
Charging
Slow Flash
Rapid Flash
About 1 flash/second


Charging Complete

Extreme High/Low
Temperature Alarm
Battery charging and installation (continued)
The nominal recharge time for a battery pack is 2.5 hours. If the LED flashes rapidly, unplug the charger and contact your
distributor.
Install fully charged battery packs into the respirator as shown in Fig. 3. The batteries may require 3 to 4 charging –
discharging cycles to achieve maximum usable life (duration).
Batteries should be recharged following discharge. If batteries are stored for extended periods, re-charge batteries at
about 60 day intervals.
Headband position
The position of the headband assembly can be moved backwards to improve the balance of the unit. See Fig. 5.
Visual inspection
•
Check the neck cape or face seal material for damage.
•
Check the operation of the neck cape toggle fastener.
•
Check the neck cape or face seal attachment to the respirator chassis, refer to Fig 11 or Fig 20.
•
Check the exhale patch for contamination.
•
Check the visor seal for damage.
•
For respirators with lift type visors; check the two (2) visor pivot screws to ensure tightness, refer to fig 13.
•
PF50ESM Pharmaceutical, check the two (2) visor securing screws and nuts, tighten or replace as appropriate.
Replace any damaged parts including scratched or damaged visors (Refer to ordering list at the end of this manual).
Airflow control and low airflow warning
Respirators purchased with HE (HEPA) filters will have the filter installed by the manufacturer.
If purchased with either the HE/HF or HE/HF/HC filter cartridge, the cartridge will not be installed. Do not open the
cellophane packaging until ready to install and use the cartridge.
Ensure that the air filter or cartridge is installed correctly as shown in Fig. 6:
1.
2.
Twist the filter in direction 1 (counter-clockwise) to engage the thread and then tighten in direction 2 (clockwise) to fit
the filter onto the respirator.
Take care not to cross thread the filter. Fig. 6, Illustration 4, shows the correct gap between the air filter and the
respirator once the air filter has been installed. If the gap is uneven (as identified by illustration 3 of Fig. 6), the filter
must be removed and reinstalled as it has been cross-threaded and will not function correctly.
Manually activate the on/off switch as shown in Fig. 7 (left most drawing). Each time the respirator is switched on; all of
the LEDs on the chin bar will flash briefly accompanied by a single tone. Following the initial flash and for about 2
seconds the green LED next to the red LED stays illuminated and then goes off leaving only the red LED illuminated. The
red LED will remain illuminated until the respirator fan motor reaches operational speed at which time, the red LEDs goes
off and one or more green LEDs illuminate (depends on filter loading). Once one or more green LEDs have illuminated,
perform the following test, noting the chin bar LED display (refer to the Chin Bar Display section of this manual).
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Use your hand (or tape) to block the airflow from the duct outlet as shown in Fig. 7 (center and right drawings). Note:
This test simulates a filter that has reached the end of its usable life. For clarity in illustrating the outlet duct, the lower
drawings of figure 7 show a hand covering only the end of the duct. To successfully perform this test you must block
approximately 90% of the duct outlet. As such, both end and side openings of this duct must be blocked. When the unit is
functioning properly and the duct is sufficiently restricted, the green LEDs will extinguish and the red LED will illuminate.
Maintain the restriction while observing that the fan motor speed increases and after 40 to 50 seconds, an audible
warning tone will sound. Remove your hand (or tape) from the duct outlet. Switch the unit off and then on again to re-set
the operation.
WEARING AND USING
Fitting the respirator
1.
If equipped with a neck cape, fully loosen the neck cape drawstring Fig 10. If equipped with a face seal, go to step 2.
2.
Switch the unit on as shown in Fig. 7 (top drawing). Wait until at least one green led has illuminated (please refer to
the section “Chin bar LED display” below).
3.
Adjust the wearing height by adjusting the crown strap of the headband, see Fig 5, illustration 1. This may more
easily accomplished by removing the headband from the respirator. To remove the headband, release the locking
clips on each side, see Fig 5, illustration C. If necessary, remove the crown comfort pad and adjust the crown strap
as seen in Fig 5, illustration 1, Replace the crown pad. Readjust until the brow of the headband rests just above
the eyebrows. Ensure the locking clips of the headband are fully engaged; see Fig 5, illustration C.
4.
The respirator headband must be adjusted to achieve a snug, comfortable, and balanced fit prior to entering the
work environment. Increase the headband circumference by pressing the center button and turning the ratchet
adjustment knob counter-clockwise as shown in Fig. 8 (also Fig 5, illustration 3). Reduce the headband
circumference by rotating the ratchet knob clockwise. Take care to not kink or distort the head strap while adjusting
the headband circumference. Improving the forward/backward balance of the respirator is accomplished by locating
the headband on either the front or rear set of tabs of the mounting bracket attached to the respirator frame. Refer to
step 2 above and Fig 5.
5.
The respirator can be used in conjunction with prescription spectacles and compatible hearing protection. Note that
eyeglasses may transmit impacts from high-speed particles, thus creating a hazard to the wearer.
6.
Do not hold or suspend the respirator by the neck cape, face seal, or headband.
7.
Adjust the neck cape using the toggle fastener to tighten the drawstring and provide a comfortable seal against the
neck. See Fig. 10. If equipped with a face seal, place the elastic band comfortably under the chin. The faceseal will
seal along the sides of the face in front of the ears. Note that the wearer’s hair or beard should not come
between the sealing surface of the cape or face seal and the wearer’s neck or face
8.
Firmly close the visor and check that the neck cape or face seal inflates slightly, indicating positive pressure within
the helmet. If the neck cape or face seal does not inflate, perform step 7 again and also check that the neck cape or
face seal is correctly attached to the respirator chassis. See Fig. 11.
9.
The neck capes and face seals are secured by fasteners (snaps). The boss side of the snap fastener attached to the
respirator frame are replaceable (refer to the Parts Order List at the end of this manual). The snaps installed on neck
cape and face seals are not replaceable, if they are damaged a replacement neck cape or face seal is required. If
new neck cape or face seal fasteners are required on the helmet, remove the old self-tapping screws and cape
screw bosses, and install new parts. See Fig. 8b.
Boost mode
During use, the respirator airflow can be increased by a nominal 20 liters/minute by pressing the boost switch on the chin
bar. The button must be pressed through the neck cape or face seal. Do not open the visor or loosen the neck cape or
face seal in the work environment.
1.
Press the boost button firmly through the neck cape and keep it depressed for approximately one second. The unit
will register that the switch has been depressed with a short audible tone.
2.
Release the switch. The right hand green LED flashes continuously to indicate that the respirator is operating in
Boost Mode.
The boost switch toggles the increased airflow on and off. When the respirator is toggled off boost mode, the right hand
LED stops flashing and, depending on filter life, may display as steady green or not be illuminated. This is further
explained in the next section.
In boost mode the battery packs will operate with a reduced duration.
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Chin bar LED display
1
Referring to tables below, three, steady green LEDs indicate a new or lightly used filter and fully charged battery packs.
As the filters become clogged, the number of green LEDs decreases from three to two to one to zero green at which
time the red LED illuminates. The illumination of the red LED will, shortly after, be accompanied by a repeating audible
tone. Leave the contaminated area if a red LED illuminates or if a repeating audible tone sounds and then remove the
respirator. If less than two LEDs are illuminated, you must consider whether the filter has sufficient life for the planned
time in the work environment.
All LEDs will flash accompanied by a repeating tone to indicated low battery charge. Leave the work area and
change batteries. Failure to heed this warning in a timely manner will result in unit shut down as indicated by a
red flashing LED without tone and subsequent loss of respiratory protection. The shut down feature is a
protective measure to prevent over-discharge of the batteries.
Leave the work area if the red LED illuminates either flashing or steady, if all LEDs flash, or if a repeating audible
tone sounds and then remove the Pureflo Air Helmet. Refer to tables below for LED indications.
Normal Operation: The following indications are given:
Red
LED
Green
LED
(left)
Green
LED
(center)
Green
LED
(right)
Audible
tone




()


()
1


Approaching the end of filter life.

Condition
Switching on (LED briefly on)
Maximum Filter life remaining, filter is new
1
or slightly used
Acceptable Filter life remaining
2

End of filter life.
()
Airflow boost mode
Key:
 = LED illuminated
2

3
()
3.
()
3.
☼
()
☼ = LED flashing  = Audible tone sounding. () = Brief, single tone
() = May or may not be illuminated
Warning indications: Leave the contaminated area immediately if any warning indications are given.
Red
LED
Condition
Air filter ready for replacement. Airflow
cannot be maintained.
An audible tone will begin sounding 40 to
50 seconds after the red LED illuminates.
(normal warning)

Low battery - Charge batteries
(normal warning)
☼
Battery over-discharge (fan is turned off)
abnormal warning
☼
System fault
abnormal warning
Current limit (faulty motor circuit)
abnormal warning
Green
LED
(left)
Green
LED
(center)
Green
LED
(right)
Audible
tone

☼
☼
☼
☼
☼
☼
☼
2


Key:  = LED illuminated, ☼ = LED flashing,  = Audible tone sounding.
Footnotes to preceding tables
1.
A high altitude (above 3000 feet) and/or high temperature (above 90O F) and/or very arid (desert like) conditions the respirators
may illuminate only two of the three green LEDs even with a new filter and fully charged batteries. The unit is functioning properly
and will continue to warn the user as per the tables above.
2.
Leave the contaminated area when the red LED illuminates. As further warning, an audible tone will begin sounding repeatedly 40
to 50 seconds after the red LED illuminates. This indicates that the filter has reached the end of its life and sufficient airflow through
the filter cannot be maintained.
3.
The right Green LED will flash when the respirator is in Boost Mode regardless of the other LEDs that are on or off. Boost mode
should not be used as a way to try to extend filter life for a filter that needs to be replaced. If the red LED is illuminated, leave the
contaminated area and replace the filter.
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Removing the respirator after normal operation
Do not remove or shut off the respirator until you have vacated the contaminated area.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fully loosen the neck cape drawstring by releasing the toggle fastener or stretch the face seal elastic band.
Loosening of the headband via the ratchet adjustment knob may aid removal.
Remove the respirator and turn it off.
Place the respirator in a suitably sealed container if special decontamination procedures are required.
Cleaning
•
Use a clean cloth with a mild solution of a household liquid soap and water. PUREWIPE cleaning wipes are
recommended for this purpose. Do not immerse the respirator in water.
•
Do not immerse the helmet in fluid.
•
Do not use organic solvents or abrasive cleaning agents on any part of the equipment.
•
Launder the neck cape or face seal (contact ISPI sales or visit our web site for proper laundering instructions for the
white, pinstriped Integrity neck capes) and 3 head lining pads of the headband as required using a mild solution of a
household detergent and water.
•
Headbands can be removed from the helmet for washing and are considered dishwasher safe.
•
Disposal and cleaning of parts should be undertaken in accordance with local health and safety, and environmental
regulations.
If a respirator has been used in an area that has caused it to become contaminated with a substance requiring special
decontamination procedures, observe the precautions described in the manufacturer's health and safety information.
SERVICING
Visor assembly replacement
Replace the old or damaged visor assembly as shown in Fig. 13. Visors should be stored out of direct sunlight and
replaced at least every 5 years.
Replace the old or damaged visor assembly for the Pharmaceutical bump cap variant as shown in Fig 13 a. Ensure both
securing screws and nuts are fitted. Caution: No eye protection will be afforded if securing screws or nuts are omitted.
Neck cape or face seal
Replace the neck cape as shown in Fig. 11 or face seal as shown in Fig. 20. These items should be stored out of direct
sunlight and replaced at least every 5 years. They can be laundered by hand or on gentle cycle with a very mild and
diluted (use ¼ suggested amount or less) detergent and water solution and Air Dry
Helmet shells
Helmet shells should be stored out of direct sunlight and replaced at least every 10 years or if damaged, heavily
scratched, subjected to significant impact.
The Hi-Visibility color property of Hi-Visibility helmet shells may be compromised (become dull) as scratches, scuffs, and
similar wear and tear damages accumulate. Where Hi-Visibility colors are needed or required, consideration should be
given to replacing these helmet shells on an as needed basis, regardless of age of the shell. Aggressive or abrasive
cleaning or cleaners may hasten the degradation (dulling) of the hi-visibility color property.
Headband assembly
Warning:
The headband assembly and mounting brackets form part of the structure of the helmet. Ensure that the
new assembly is fitted correctly or the protection of the helmet may be compromised.
Note:
The headband, order number PR01600SP, is supplied with new Pureflo respirators, and can be retrofitted
into respirators which were supplied with the previous headband design. It is recommended that the
Pureflo respirator be returned to an authorized service center for retrofit. Contact your service center or
distributor for details and to obtain a return authorization.
Replace/Remove the headband assembly as shown in the above Fig 5b.
Adjust the crown strap of the headband as shown in Fig 5b, illustration 1
Orient the headband into the respirator such that the adjusting knob is at the rear of the helmet. Notice there are 2 tabs
and 2 slots on the each side of the headband mounting assembly but there are 4 tabs and 4 slots on the chassis
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mounting brackets. This is to allow for a forward or rearward headband mounting position. Both left and right mounting
must be in the same forward or rearward location.
Mounting is correct when the rounded tabs of the headband are inserted into the rectangular slots of the chassismounting bracket and the rounded tabs of the chassis-mounting bracket are inserted into the rectangular slots of the
headband. Fig. 5 illustration A shows correct tab and slot engagement. Fig. 5 illustration B show incorrect tab and slot
engagement because the tabs are not inserted into the slots of the chassis-mounting bracket.
Following rounded tab and rectangular slot engagement, ensure the locking clip (square tab) of the headband is engaged
as shown in Fig. 5 illustration C. Fig. 5 illustration D shows the locking clip not fully engaged and therefore the
headband is not secured.
This design allows easy removal of the headband for adjustment and cleaning. To remove the headband, first, release
the locking clip and lift the headband out of the helmet.
When reinstalling, select the forward or backward headband position which provides the best stability while wearing the
respirator. Stability may be affected by the head size of the user, alternate filters, and the accessories.
Adjust the headband to achieve a snug fit by the adjustment knob Fig. 5 Illustration 3.
The headband may be cleaned using soap and water by hand or by dishwasher or similar equipment. Remove Comfort
pads of the headband for separate laundering
Replace headbands at least every 5 years or if deterioration or damage is observed.
Air filter replacement
All air filters and cartridges must be replaced when the red LED on the chin bar is illuminated. The red LED and audible
alarm indicates that the HE (HEPA) filter material is plugged or blocked to the degree where the Pureflo can no longer
provide sufficient airflow to the respirator user.
Install a new air filter as shown in Fig. 6:
The Pureflo has no end of service life detection gases or vapors.
1. Twist the filter in direction 1 (counterclockwise) to engage the thread and then tighten in direction 2 (clockwise) to fit
the filter onto the respirator.
2. Illustration 4 of Fig. 6 shows the correct gap between the air filter and the respirator once the air filter has been
installed. If the gap is uneven (Illustration 3 of Fig. 6), the air filter must be removed and reinstalled as it has been
cross-threaded and will not function correctly.
Replace cartridges for protections against gases/vapors according to your employers change out schedule or sooner
if contaminant is detected within the breathing zone of the respirator.
Fan/motor assembly replacement
Replace the fan/motor assembly as shown in Fig. 16.
Note that the fan/motor assembly is designed to fit tightly into the housing. A weak solution of a household liquid soap
and water may be used as a lubricant on the outer rubber sleeve during installation.
Do not push too hard on the impeller during fitting; a gentle rocking of the assembly from side to side during fitting will
assist.
After installing a new fan/motor assembly, perform the following steps:
•
Ensure that the fan blades spin freely.
•
Install a clean air filter.
•
Perform the checks described in the section: “PREPARATION FOR USE”. After the airflow control test has been
performed, three green LED’s should be illuminated on the chin bar (refer to section ‘Chin Bar Display’).
On/Off Switch Replacement
1.
Disconnect the in-line plug and socket Fig 17.
2.
Remove the locking nut and washer.
3.
Remove switch and cable through the respirator chassis.
Install new switch assembly using the reverse of the above procedure.
Fitting of Accessories
For fitting and correct use of accessories see the user instructions supplied with the accessory.
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STORAGE
The equipment should be stored in dry, clean conditions away from direct sunlight, sources of heat, gasoline and solvent
vapors. Use of the supplied carry bag is recommended.
Store the equipment within the temperature range 40 °F to 105 °F (+5°C to +40°C) and the humidity range 0-90%.
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Complete Units
Order Number and
Diagram
Model
Further Description
PF50ESM
Respirator
Bump Cap
PR02000-SBL
Lift-able
Visor
PF50ESM
Respirator
Bump Cap
PR02000-PBF
Fixed Visor
Pharmaceutical
‘P-Series’
Variant
PR02000-PBF-NBC
Supplied without Battery
chargers
PR02000-SHL
(Black Hard top & HE filter)
Included:
PR02000-SHL-Y0A
i. User’s Manual
(Yellow Hard top & HE filter)
1. Hat Option (Bump or Hard Hat available in
various colors)
PR02000-SHL-V0A
(High Visibility Yellow/Green
Hard top & HE filter)
2. HE filter (2a) HE/HF or HE/HF/HC Cartridge*
(2b)
3. 2 each: Battery chargers with mains adapters
(3a) (except as noted)
4. Batteries (2)
5, 6. Head lining kits (3 pads ) – not all are shown
7. Visor Locking Clip (not supplied with PR02000-PBF)
To order a unit with a face seal in place of a neck
cape, replace the “S” with a “C” in the order number.
Example:
replace PR02000-SBL with PR02000-CBL
PR02000-SHL-W0A
PF60ESM
Respirator
(White Hard top & HE filter)
Hard Hat
PR02000-SHL-B0B
ANSI Z89.1
(Black Hard top + HE/HF
Cartridge*)
Lift-able
Visor
PR02000-SHL-Y0B
(Yellow Hard top + HE/HF
Cartridge*)
PR02000-SHL-V0B
(High Visibility Yellow/Green
Hard top + HE/HF Cartridge*)
PR02000-SHL-W0B
(White Hard top + HE/HF
Cartridge*)
* HE/HF/HC cartridge may be ordered in place of HE/HF cartridge upon request. Both cartridges also provide Nuisance
level removal of most organic vapors, inorganic vapors, acid gas, and ozone. Nuisance level refers to concentrations not
exceeding the OSHA PEL or other applicable government occupational exposure limits, whichever is lower. NIOSH does
not approve filters for Nuisance level protection.
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Complete Unit model PF60ESM with Welding Shield Accessory
Order Number and
Diagram
Model
Further Description
PR02000-SHL-B1A
Hard Hat color Black
PR02000-SHL-Y1A
Hard Hat color Yellow
PR02000-SHL-V1A
Hard Hat color High Visibility Yellow/Green
PR02000-SHL-W1A
Hard Hat color White
Above are supplied with:
HE Filter & Welding Mask with Shade 10
Passive Welding Lens
PR02000-SHL-B1B
Hard Hat color Black
PR02000-SHL-Y1B
Hard Hat color Yellow
PR02000-SHL-V1B
Hard Hat color High Visibility Yellow/Green
PR02000-SHL-W1B
Hard Hat color White
PF60ESM
Included:
Respirator Hard
Hat ANSI Z89.1
with factory install
Welding Shield
Accessory
i. User’s Manual
1. Hard Hat - available in various colors
2. HE filter (2a) HE/HF or HE/HF/HC Cartridge* (2b)
Above are supplied with:
HE/HF* filter & Welding Mask with Shade
10 Passive Welding Lens
PR02000-SHL-B2A
Hard Hat color Black
PR02000-SHL-Y2A
Hard Hat color Yellow
3. 2 each: Chargers (3) with mains adapters (3a)
4. Batteries (2)
PR02000-SHL-V2A
Hard Hat color High Visibility Yellow/Green
5, 6. Head lining kit (3 pads ) – not all are shown
PR02000-SHL-W2A
7. Visor Locking Clip
Hard Hat color White
8. Welding Lens Accessory (ADF or Shade 10 Passive included)
Above are supplied with:
HE Filter & Welding Mask with ADF
Welding Lens
PR02000-SHL-B2B
Hard Hat color Black
To order a unit with a face seal in place of a neck cape, replace the
“S” with a “C” in the order number.
Example: replace PR02000-SBL-1A with PR02000-CBL-1A
PR02000-SHL-Y2B
Hard Hat color Yellow
PR02000-SHL-V2B
Hard Hat color High Visibility Yellow/Green
PR02000-SHL-W2B
Hard Hat color White
Above are supplied with:
HE/HF* filter & Welding Mask with ADF
Welding Lens
* HE/HF/HC cartridge may be ordered in place of HE/HF cartridge upon request. Both cartridges also provide Nuisance
level removal of most organic vapors, inorganic vapors, acid gas, and ozone. Nuisance level refers to concentrations not
exceeding the OSHA PEL or other applicable government occupational exposure limits, whichever is lower. NIOSH does
not approve filters for Nuisance level protection.
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Pureflo ESM Accessories
Diagram
Model
Available by return to approved service center only or
manufacturer. Compatible with PF60ESM Model only.
Secondary
Visor Welding
Shield
Accessory
Secondary
Visor Welding
Shield
Accessory
Order Number
Box
Quantity
PR02100SP
Includes: Visor, Welding
Shield with ADF Lens, and
Attachment kit
1
PR02106SP
Includes: Visor, Welding
Shield with Shade 10
Passive Lens, and
Attachment Kit
1
Light
Attachment
Bar
PR01085SP
1
Secondary
Visor
Attachment
Bar
PR02153SP
1
PR02101SP
1
PR0GOLDSP
1
PR02090SP
1
PR02102SP
1
Secondary
Visor-
Gold
Coated
shade 3.0
Green
(Must Be Used With Secondary Visor Attachment Bar –
Order Number PR02153SP)
Secondary
Visor-
Gold
Coated on
Clear
Secondary
Visor-
Mesh
Secondary
Visor-
5.0 shade
Green
Protective
Heat Snood
Aluminized
Fabric
24
PR02095SP
1
or
PR02096SP
part #: 855000
Model
Order Number
Box
Quantity
16 Battery
Multicharger
PR02042SP
1
PR02545SP
6
Visor
Protector
PR02510SP
4
Visor Lock
Clip
PR02066SP
1
See section cleaning in users manual
Purewipes
PR02054SP
100
Pureflo Polylaminated Dust Cover
Dust Cover
PFPLDC
1
Diagram
Visor
Protector Overlay
(Disposable)
25
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Spares/Replacement Parts
Diagram
Model
Order Number
Box
Quantity
PR02020SP
8
PR02025SP
1
PR02026
1
High
Efficiency
HE Filter
NIOSH
approved as
part of a
Pureflo ESM
complete
respirator
assembly.
HE/HF
Cartridge*
* Filter also provides Nuisance level removal of most
organic vapors, inorganic vapors, acid gas, and ozone.
Nuisance level refers to concentrations not exceeding
OSHA PEL or other applicable government occupational
exposure limits, whichever is lower. NIOSH does not
approve filters for nuisance level protection.
NIOSH
approved as
part of a
Pureflo ESM
complete
respirator
assembly.
HE/HF/HC
Cartridge*
* Filter also provides Nuisance level removal of most
organic vapors, inorganic vapors, acid gas, and ozone.
Nuisance level refers to concentrations not exceeding
OSHA PEL or other applicable government occupational
exposure limits, whichever is lower. NIOSH does not
approve filters for nuisance level protection.
NIOSH
approved as
part of a
Pureflo ESM
complete
respirator
assembly.
Welding
Shield replacement
shield
Welding
Shield replacement
shield
Welding
Shield- Blue
Flash
26
PR02103SP
Includes: ADF Lens
1
and attachment kit
PR01908SP
PR02107SP
Includes: Shade 10
Passive Lens
1
and attachment kit
PR01908SP
PRO2108SP
Blue Metallic color
Welding shield with ADF
lens
part #: 855000
1
Diagram
Model
Order Number
Box
Quantity
ADF
Welding
Lens Kit
PR02111SP
1
PR02118SP
1
PR02117SP
1 (10/Pk)
(Complete)
Welding
Lens
Passive
Shade 10
Complete Kit
Welding Lens
Outer Cover –
Refer to Lens diagrams page above
for ADF and
Passive
Lenses
Refer to Lens diagrams page above
ADF Welding
Lens Retainer
Clip
PR02112SP
1
Refer to Lens diagrams page above
Inside Cover
for ADF lens
PR02113SP
1 (10/Pk)
Refer to Lens diagrams page above
Shade 10
Passive Lens
– Filter Plate
only
PR02115SP
1 (10/Pk)
Refer to Lens diagrams page above
Retaining
Clip/Spring for
Passive Lens
PR02116SP
1
PR02050SP
4
Visor
Assembly
ANSI Z87.1 +
(High Impact)
(Supplied with
Attachment kit
PR02950)
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Diagram
Model
Order Number
Box
Quantity
Visor
Assembly
ANSI Z87.1 +
(High Impact)
PR02104SP
4
For use with
Welding
Shield
Accessory
Attachment
Kit for Visor
PR02950SP
4
PR01908SP
1
PR02475SP
2
PR01470SP
2
PR01720SP
1
Assembly
Welding
Shield
attachment
kit
Neck Cape –
Black,
Material is fire
resistant
Neck Cape
White,
Integrity 1800
Fabric
Face sealfabric
Not illustrated
Headband
Ratchet
Assembly
PR02495SP
clear, plastic headband
1
*shipped on PAPR’s prior to August 1, 2011
Concussion
Cradle
Assembly
PR02490SP
for use with PR02495SP,
above
1
*shipped on PAPR’s prior to August 1, 2011
*shipped on PAPR’s prior to August 1, 2011
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Head Lining
Kit
Side Pad- R
Side Pad- L
Brow Pad
Nape Pad
Crown Pad
PR02075SP
for use with PR02490SP &
PR02495SP, above
part #: 855000
1
Diagram
Model
Order Number
Quick
Release
Headband
*Includes Head Lining Pads
(1 set of 3 pads)
Box
Quantity
PR01600SP
1
*shipped on PAPR’s after August 1, 2011
Economy Head Lining
Kit
PR01605SP
for use with PR01600SP
(quick release headband)
Universal Pad
15
(5 sets of
3 pads)
*shipped on PAPR’s after August 1, 2011
Economy Head Lining
Kit
PR01605SP-BP
for use with PR01600SP
(quick release headband)
BULK PACK
Premium
Head Lining
Kit
for use with PR01600SP
Brow Pad - 1
(quick release headband)
60
(20 sets of
3 pads)
PR02605SP
1
Nape Pad – 2
*shipped on PAPR’s after November 1, 2011
See above
Premium
Brow Pad
Only
PR02807SP
1
Use with quick release
headband
(set of 4
pads)
Quick
Release
Headband
Upgrade Kit
includes Head Lining Pads,
mounting plates, screw set &
instructions
PR01602SP
See also Next Part.
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1
PR01602SP-HH
Quick
Release
Headband
Upgrade Kit
with Black
Hard Hat
includes Head Lining Pads,
Black Hard Hat, mounting
plates, screw set &
instructions,
Ask sales person for ordering
information for other color
hats
1
**required in order to
maintain ANSI Z89.1
approval when updating
PAPR with Black Carbon
Fiber pattern cap
Single
PR02040SP
1
Battery
Pack
PR02030SP
1
Fan/Motor
Assembly
PR02465SP
1
PR02065SP
1 Set
PR02520SP
1
HB14BLP
1
Battery
Charger
Neck
Cape/Face
Seal
Fasteners
12 studs
12 nuts and
12 screws
Switch and
Cable
Assembly
Helmet Bag
Color: Black
Embroidered
with Pureflo
Logo
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PR02445SP
Color: BLACK
1
PR02443SP
Hard Hat
Hi-Visibility, Fluorescent
Yellow-Green
PR02442SP
Yellow
PR02444SP
White
Available by return to approved service center only or
manufacturer
Bump Cap
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PR02441SP
For lift type visor
part #: 855000
1
1
1
1
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Approvals
United States
Industrial Head Protection
PF60ESM Respirator Hard Hat ANSI/ISEA Z89.1-2009 (Type 1 Class G)
High Visibility colored tops comply with the Hi Visibility requirements of
ANSI/ISEA Z89.1-2009
Not Applicable for PF50ESM Respirator Bump Cap
Assigned Protection Factor
APF1000** with neck cape or 25 with faceseal
System Classification
Powered Air Purifying Respirator
Face Shield
ANSI Z87.1-2010 impact rated (Z87+)
Respiratory
NIOSH 42 CFR Part 84
Filter or Cartridge Types
HE - High Efficiency Particulate Air filter (HEPA),
HE/HF - High Efficiency Particulate Air filter (HEPA) plus Hydrogen
Fluoride (HF) protection
HE/HF/HC - High Efficiency Particulate Air filter (HEPA) plus Hydrogen
Fluoride (HF) and Hydrogen Chloride (HC) protections
Air Flow Rate
210 Lpm (170 Lpm minimum) : 7 CFM (6CFM minimum)
Boost Mode Air Flow Rate
230 Lpm : 8 CFM
Noise Level
Less than 80dBA
Weight
1500 g (3 lbs 5 oz) Nominal
Head Size Range
54 cm to 61 cm (21 ¼ “ to 24”) Circumference
Battery Type
5 Cell Nickel Metal Hydride, 6 V, 2.2 Ah per pack
(based on OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95 Subpart G)
Battery Duration:
Normal Mode
6 hours minimum on 2 battery packs (new batteries)
Boost Mode
5 hours minimum on 2 battery packs (new batteries)
Charger Specifications
110 V / 240 V AC, 50 Hz or 60 Hz, 200 mA
Recharge Time
2.5 hours from full discharge
Non-Incendive FM Approval to US and CSA standards for:
NI / Class I, II, III / Div 2 / Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G
T4
Ta=40oC
** Per OSHA Assigned Protection Factor, Federal Register Notice 71:50121-50192, Dated 8/24/2006. Supporting
test data is available upon request from Interactive Safety Products.
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RESPIRATOR APPROVAL LABEL
Interactive Safety Products, Inc.
9825-A Northcross Center Court,
Huntersville, NC, 28078, USA
704-664-7377
TC-
PROTECTION 1
FOAM SIZING PAD - NAPE
FOAM SIZING PAD - BROW
BATTERY CHARGER with MAINS ADAPTER
BATTERY PACK
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- NECK CAPE
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- NECK CAPE- PHARMACEUTICAL
PF60ESM RESPIRATOR HARD HAT- NECK CAPE- ANSI Z89.1
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- FACE SEAL
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- FACE SEAL- PHARMACEUTICAL
PF60ESM RESPIRATOR HARD HAT- FACE SEAL- ANSI Z89.1
HE FILTER
HE/HF FILTER
HE/HF/HC FILTER
PR02837
PR02836
PR02230
PR02170
PR02000-SBL
PR02000-PBF
PR02000-SHL
PR02000-CBL
PR02000-CBF
PR02000-CHL
PR02180
PR02025
PR02026
THESE RESPIRATORS ARE APPROVED ONLE IN THE FOLLOWING CONFIGURATIONS
21C-0797
HE
X
X
X
X
X
21C-0847
HE
X
X
X
X
23C-2385
HE/HF
X
X
X
X
23C-2501
HE/HF
X
X
X
X
23C-2763
HE/HF/HC
X
X
X
X
23C-2764
HE/HF/HC
X
X
X
X
21C-0926
HE
X
X
21C-0927
HE
X
X
23C-2818
HE/HF
X
X
23C-2820
HE/HF
X
X
23C-2819
HE/HF/HC
X
X
23C-2821
HE/HF/HC
X
X
SIZING PADS
CHARGER BATTERY PACK
HELMET / FACEPIECE / BLOWER ASSEMBLY
X
X
X
FILTER
X
ABCFIJLMNOP
ABCFIJLMNOP
X
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIJLMNOP
ABCFIJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
X
X
X
X
X
CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS 2
X
X
X
CARTRIDGE
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
1. Protection
HF- Hydrogen Fluoride
HC- Hydrogen Chloride
2. CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
A-NOT FOR USE IN ATMOSPHERES CONTAINING LESS THAN 19.5% OXYGEN
B-NOT FOR USE IN ATMOSPHERES IMMEDIATELY DANGEROUS TO LIFE OR HEALTH
C-DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM USE CONCENTRATIONS ESTABLISHED BY REGULATORY STANDARDS
F-DO NOT USE POWERED AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS IF AIRFLOW IS LESS THAN FOUR CFM (115 LPM) FOR TIGHT FITTING FACEPIECES OR SIX CFM (170 LPM) FOR HOODS AND/OR HELMETS
I-CONTAINS ELECTRICAL PARTS THAT MAY CAUSE AN IGNITION IN FLAMMABLE OR EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
H- FOLLOW ESTABLISHED CARTRIDGE AND CANISTER CHANGE SCHEDULES OR OBSERVE ESLI TO ENSURE THAT CARTRIDGES AND CANISTERS ARE REPLACED BEFORE BREAKTHROUGH OCCURS
J-FAILURE TO PROPERLY USE AND MAINTAIN THIS PRODUCT COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH
L-FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURERS USER'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHANGING CARTRIDGES, CANISTERS AND/OR FILTERS
M-ALL APPROVED RESPIRATORS SHALL BE SELECTED, FITTED, USED AND MAINTAINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH MSHA, OSHA AND OTHER APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
N-NEVER SUBSTITUTE, MODIFY, ADD OR OMIT PARTS. USE ONLY EXACT REPLACEMENT PARTS IN THE CONFIGURATION AS SPECIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER
O-REFER TO USER'S INSTRUCTIONS AND/OR MAINTENANCE MANUALS FOR INFORMATION ON USE AND MAINTENANCE OF THESE RESPIRATORS
P-NIOSH DOES NOT EVALUATE RESPIRATORS FOR USE AS SURGICAL MASKS
Rev 5 January, 2013
HE-HIGH EFFICIENCY PARTICULATE AIR FILTER FOR POWERED, AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS
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FILTER APPROVAL LABEL
Interactive Safety Products, Inc
9825-A Northcross Center Court
Huntersville, NC 28078, USA
704-664-7377
THIS FILTER IS APPROVED ONLY IN THE FOLLOWING CONFIGURATIONS
BATTERY
PACK
CHARGER
BATTERY PACK
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- NECK CAPE
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- NECK CAPE- PHARMACEUTICAL
PF60ESM RESPIRATOR HARD HAT- NECK CAPE- ANSI Z89.1
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- FACE SEAL
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- FACE SEAL- PHARMACEUTICAL
PF60ESM RESPIRATOR HARD HAT- FACE SEAL- ANSI Z89.1
HE FILTER
PR02170
PR02000-SBL
PR02000-PBF
PR02000-SHL
PR02000-CBL
PR02000-CBF
PR02000-CHL
PR02180
FILTER
PR02230
HELMET / FACEPIECE / BLOWER ASSEMBLY
FOAM SIZING PAD - BROW
CHARGER
PR02836
SIZING PADS
FOAM SIZING PAD - NAPE
PROTECTION1
PR02837
TC-
X
X
21C-0797
HE
X
X
X
21C-0847
HE
X
X
X
X
21C-0926
HE
X
X
21C-0927
HE
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS2
X
ABCFIJLMNOP
X
ABCFIJLMNOP
X
ABCFIJLMNOP
X
ABCFIJLMNOP
1. PROTECTION
HE-HIGH EFFICIENCY PARTICULATE AIR FILTER FOR POWERED, AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS
2. CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
A-NOT FOR USE IN ATMOSPHERES CONTAINING LESS THAN 19.5% OXYGEN
B-NOT FOR USE IN ATMOSPHERES IMMEDIATELY DANGEROUS TO LIFE OR HEALTH
C-DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM USE CONCENTRATIONS ESTABLISHED BY REGULATORY STANDARDS
F-DO NOT USE POWERED AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS IF AIRFLOW IS LESS THAN FOUR CFM (115 LPM) FOR TIGHT FITTING FACEPIECES OR
SIX CFM (170 LPM) FOR HOODS AND/OR HELMETS
I-CONTAINS ELECTRICAL PARTS THAT MAY CAUSE AN IGNITION IN FLAMMABLE OR EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
J-FAILURE TO PROPERLY USE AND MAINTAIN THIS PRODUCT COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH
L-FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURERS USER'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHANGING CARTRIDGES, CANISTERS AND/OR FILTERS
M-ALL APPROVED RESPIRATORS SHALL BE SELECTED, FITTED, USED AND MAINTAINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH MSHA, OSHA AND OTHER
APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
N-NEVER SUBSTITUTE, MODIFY, ADD OR OMIT PARTS. USE ONLY EXACT REPLACEMENT PARTS IN THE CONFIGURATION AS SPECIFIED BY
THE MANUFACTURER
O-REFER TO USER'S INSTRUCTIONS AND/OR MAINTENANCE MANUALS FOR INFORMATION ON USE AND MAINTENANCE OF THESE RESPIRATORS
P-NIOSH DOES NOT EVALUATE RESPIRATORS FOR USE AS SURGICAL MASKS
Rev 5 January, 2013
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CARTRIDGE APPROVAL LABEL
Interactive Safety Products, Inc.
9825-A Northcross Center Court,
Huntersville, NC, 28078, USA
704-664-7377
TC-
PROTECTION1
FOAM SIZING PAD - NAPE
FOAM SIZING PAD - BROW
CHARGER
BATTERY PACK
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- NECK CAPE
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- NECK CAPE- PHARMACEUTICAL
PF60ESM RESPIRATOR HARD HAT- NECK CAPE- ANSI Z89.1
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- FACE SEAL
PF50ESM RESPIRATOR BUMP CAP- FACE SEAL- PHARMACEUTICAL
PF60ESM RESPIRATOR HARD HAT- FACE SEAL- ANSI Z89.1
HE/HF CARTRIDGE
HE/HF/HC CARTRIDGE
PR02837
PR02836
PR02230
PR02170
PR02000-SBL
PR02000-PBF
PR02000-SHL
PR02000-CBL
PR02000-CBF
PR02000-CHL
PR02025
PR02026
THESE CARDTRIGES ARE APPROVED ONLY IN THE FOLLOWING CONFIGURATIONS
23C-2385
HE/HF
X
X
X
X
X
23C-2501
HE/HF
X
X
X
X
23C-2763
HE/HF/HC
X
X
X
X
23C-2764
HE/HF/HC
X
X
X
X
23C-2818
HE/HF
X
X
23C-2820
HE/HF
X
X
23C-2819
HE/HF/HC
X
X
23C-2821
HE/HF/HC
X
X
CHARGER BATTERY PACK
SIZING PADS
1. Protection
HE-HIGH EFFICIENCY PARTICULATE AIR FILTER FOR POWERED, AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS
HELMET / FACEPIECE / BLOWER ASSEMBLY
X
X
X
X
CARTRIDGE
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
X
CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS2
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
X
ABCFIHJLMNOP
HF- Hydrogen Fluoride
HC- Hydrogen Chloride
2. CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
A-NOT FOR USE IN ATMOSPHERES CONTAINING LESS THAN 19.5% OXYGEN
B-NOT FOR USE IN ATMOSPHERES IMMEDIATELY DANGEROUS TO LIFE OR HEALTH
C-DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM USE CONCENTRATIONS ESTABLISHED BY REGULATORY STANDARDS
F-DO NOT USE POWERED AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS IF AIRFLOW IS LESS THAN FOUR CFM (115 LPM) FOR TIGHT FITTING FACEPIECES OR SIX CFM (170 LPM) FOR HOODS AND/OR HELMETS
I-CONTAINS ELECTRICAL PARTS THAT MAY CAUSE AN IGNITION IN FLAMMABLE OR EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
H- FOLLOW ESTABLISHED CARTRIDGE AND CANISTER CHANGE SCHEDULES OR OBSERVE ESLI TO ENSURE THAT CARTRIDGES AND CANISTERS ARE REPLACED BEFORE BREAKTHROUGH OCCURS
J-FAILURE TO PROPERLY USE AND MAINTAIN THIS PRODUCT COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH
L-FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURERS USER'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHANGING CARTRIDGES, CANISTERS AND/OR FILTERS
M-ALL APPROVED RESPIRATORS SHALL BE SELECTED, FITTED, USED AND MAINTAINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH MSHA, OSHA AND OTHER APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
N-NEVER SUBSTITUTE, MODIFY, ADD OR OMIT PARTS. USE ONLY EXACT REPLACEMENT PARTS IN THE CONFIGURATION AS SPECIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER
O-REFER TO USER'S INSTRUCTIONS AND/OR MAINTENANCE MANUALS FOR INFORMATION ON USE AND MAINTENANCE OF THESE RESPIRATORS
P-NIOSH DOES NOT EVALUATE RESPIRATORS FOR USE AS SURGICAL MASKS
Rev 5 January, 2013
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Respirator & Powered Faceshield Return Procedure
Important
Notices:
1. Respirators/Powered Airshields must be thoroughly decontaminated inside and outside by the
Customer.
2. DO NOT return used filters.
3. This form must be completed and accompanied by MSDS sheets for all hazardous materials to
which this Respirator/Powered Airshield has been exposed.
4. This form and MSDS sheets for all hazardous material to which the respirator/Airshield has been
exposed must be attached EXTERNALLY to the packaging.
5. Customer must contact Interactive Safety Products, Inc. to obtain a returned goods/customer
complaint number and include this number on this form.
6. Failure to decontaminate or failure to attached the required information EXTERNALLY to the
packaging will result in the return of the Respirators/Powered Airshield without any further action
being taken by Interactive Safety Products.
RGA reference #/ CCR#
Name of your Company:
Contact Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Email
Type of Business:
Process in which the respirator/powered facesheild is used:
Unit Serial Number:
From whom was the unit purchased:
Purchase Date:
List all Contaminant Materials, hazardous or nonhazardous, to which this respirator/faceshield has been exposed:
(Attach additional pages if necessary)
Contaminant Name:
Manufacturer:
Trade Name:
By-Product of a Process:
Contaminant Name:
Manufacturer:
Trade Name:
By-Product of a Process:
Provide and attach EXTERNALLY Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all
hazardous materials to which the unit has been exposed
Return Address:
Interactive Safety Products, Inc
9825-A Northcross Center Court
Huntersville, NC 28078
Phone: 704-664-7377
Toll Free: 800-251-7377
email: sales@helmetsystems.com
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