Is designed to help provide comfortable protection against certain oil and non-oil based particles including those present with nuisance levels* of organic vapours, such as solvents, degreasers, and resins.
The lightweight, disposable R95 particulate respirator is constructed with carbon filter material for applications such as foundry operations, lab settings, agriculture, petrochemical manufacturing and undercoating where particles and nuisance levels of organic vapors* may be present. 3M uses a variety of innovative technologies and features to help you meet your respiratory protection and comfort needs. 3M's proprietary technology with advanced electrostatically charged microfiber filter media, designed for ease of breathing.Its adjustable noseclip and soft nose foam help provide a custom and secure seal. These features, along with the lightweight construction promote greater worker acceptance and may help increase wear time. - R95 Approved filtering facepiece particulate respirator - Carbon filter provides relief against nuisance levels of organic vapors* - Collapse resistant shell for increased durability - Compatible with a variety of protective eyewear and hearing protection - Adjustable noseclip helps provide a custom secure seal - Two-strap design with dual point attachment helps provide a secure fit - Suggested applications: Foundry operations, lab settings, agriculture, petrochemical manufacturing and undercoating where particles and nuisance levels of organic vapors* may be present - Additional applications: Grinding, bagging, sanding, sweeping in oil and non oil environments and other dusty operations *3M recommended for relief against nuisance levels of organic vapors. Nuisance level refers to concentrations not exceeding OSHA PEL or applicable government occupational exposure limits, whichever is lower. WARNING: These respirators help reduce exposures to certain airborne contaminants. Before use, the wearer must read and understand the User Instructions provided as a part of the product packaging. In the U.S., a written respiratory protection program must be i