3M Cartridge Organic Vapor 6000/7000 Series

$14.80

3M Cartridge Organic Vapor 6000/7000 Series: Designed for full-face 3M masks, offering lightweight and balanced protection. Ideal for various applications, providing comfort and visibility with a swept-back design.

3M Cartridge Organic Vapor 6000/7000 Series

3M gas, vapor, and particulate filters, 6099 have a bayonet-style connection that fits any full-face 3M reusable masks designed to optimize your field of vision. Our filters offer lightweight and well-balanced breathing protection for hazardous environments. This formaldehyde organic vapor cartridge/P100 filter can be used for various applications, including laboratories, wood processing, carpet manufacturing, and primary metals manufacturing. The swept-back design offers enhanced comfort and visibility. When properly fitted, it helps provide respiratory protection from formaldehyde, certain organic vapors, as well as non-oil and oil particulates at concentrations up to 10X the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) with half facepieces or 50X PEL with full facepieces. Full facepieces must be quantitatively fit tested to claim an assigned protection factor above 10 in negative pressure mode. OSHA requires that gas-proof goggles be worn with half-facepiece respirators against formaldehyde.

Cartridge Organic Vapor 6000/7000 Series Main Features

  • Swept-back design for enhanced field of view and balance
  • Bayonet compatibility allows use with many 3M half and full facepieces and certain 3M Scott full facepieces
  • A wide range of applications reduces inventory needs
  • Simple installation and usage requirements reduce training needs
  • For workplace/occupational use only
  • Compliance and Certifications: OSHA Approved
  • Application: Food Processing, Design and Construction, Facility Sanitation, General Manufacturing, Marine, Mining, Oil, Gas and Transportation
Weight3 lbs
Dimensions9 × 4 × 1 in
Brand

3M

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