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Old 04-13-2009, 12:27 PM   #1
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Suggestions from 3M about which products to use at an indoor nitro event

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These are the suggestions from 3M about which products to use at an indoor nitro event:

(Part # 6200) 6000 or 7500 Series Respirators (7500 is more expensive but, more comfortable for long term use)
^^^ This is the actual mask chassis.

^^^ This is the cartridge that works best for this application (Nitro fumes)

(Part # 5P71) 3M P95 FILTER FOR 6000 SERIES (10/BX)
^^^ This is a pre filter which will keep the dirt-dust out.

(Part # 501) 3M RETAINER FOR 5N11OR 5P71 FILTER PAD (2/PK)
^^^ This holds the pre filter onto the mask.

This solution which costs about $80 will reduce a large number of the airborne particulates (not all).
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:23 PM   #2
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The 7500 series masks are the ones I will be bringing to T-Burg
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Old 04-13-2009, 10:59 PM   #3
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The respirators Mavrick has are the best.

If he has them for sale still, get one from him.

You literally can not even smell anything except fresh air when you breath through a 3M respirator at a nitro event...well worth the investment.
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