Total Filtration Services Filters
100 pack of particulate filters for 6000 and 7000 series 3M respirators. Fits 3M half and full face respirators to protect against certain airborne particulates including lead dust.
- Easy to use and change
- NIOSH approved for environments containing certain oil and non-oil based particles
- Designed for use with 3M half facepieces (6000 and 7000 series)
- 100 per case
- Durable filters are designed to withstand even the most challenging environments
Before using a respirator, you must determine the following:
1. The type of contaminant(s) for which the respirator is being selected
2. The concentration level of contaminant(s)
3. Whether the respirator can be properly fitted on the wearer's face
All respirators instructions, warnings, use, and time limitations must also be read and understood by the wearer before use.
NOTE: Before use of these respirators, a written respiratory protection program must be implemented, meeting all the requirements of OSHA 29 CF 1910.134 including training, fit testing, and medical evaluation.
Used filters must be disposed of properly, since they may be classified as a hazardous waste. The federal law that covers disposal of waste is the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Lead captured by the filter may be recycled. Recycling activities are exempt from RCRA regulations. If you do not recycle the lead in the filters, the filters should be tested using the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP). If the TCLP results are less than 5 parts per million (ppm), the filters can be disposed of as normal solid waste (trash). If the TCLP results are above 5 ppm, the filter must be disposed of as hazardous waste through a licensed hazardous waste company. You should keep all test results and shipping manifests in a file so you can demonstrate that the waste has been disposed of properly.