How long are 3M 7093 filters good for?
Provided they are stored unopened in the original packaging, filters will last five years from manufacture date.
What does 3M 7093 protect against?
Help protect your workforce 3M™ Particulate Filters 7093 Series are NIOSH-approved as P100 filters and are designed to help filter a broad range of oil and non-oil based airborne particulate contaminants including lead, asbestos, cadmium, arsenic when used with certain 3M half and full facepieces.
When should I replace my 7093 filter?
1. If filters become damaged, soiled, or breathing becomes difficult, leave the contaminated area immediately and replace the filters. 2. If used in environments containing only oil aerosols, replace filters after 40 hours of use or 30 days, whichever is first.
What is a 7093 filter?
The 3M 7093 P100 Particulate Filters are NIOSH approved for protection against solid and liquid particles – including those that contain oil. P100 respirators filters are NIOSH certified to have filter efficiency level of 99.7% or greater against oil and non-oil based particulates.
How often should P100 filters be replaced?
As a rule of thumb, replace the cartridge filter as soon as you can detect the contaminant by taste or smell. The filter should also be replaced as per the expiry date of the filter stamped by the manufacturer. Once the filter is opened, it should compulsorily be changed within 6 months even if it is not used.
What is the difference between 3m 60923 and 60926?
What is the difference between the 60923 filter and the 60926 filter? 60923 is Organic Vapor / Acid Gases / P-100 level Particulates. 60926 is multi-gas, all of the above plus ammonia and formaldehyde. 10 of 11 found this helpful.
How long can you wear a P100 respirator?
o The P100 filters used with Elastomeric Respirators lifespan is dependent on manufacturer but is typically at least 6 months. This increases long term capacity during a pandemic to provide PPE to providers.
Is P100 better than P95?
The difference between the P95 and the P100 is the protection level, P95 has a 95% minimum filter efficiency in removing particulates, while the P100 has a 99.97% minimum filter efficiency in removing particulates.
How long do P100 filters last?
o The P100 filters used with Elastomeric Respirators lifespan is dependent on manufacturer but is typically at least 6 months.