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PREFILTER, ADV, N95, 10/PKG

Mine Safety Appliances Company - MSA 815394 - PREFILTER, ADV, N95, 10/PKG

Item #: MSA 815394
Respirator Prefilters - Advantage® N95-Particulate Filter (95% Filter Efficiency Level) effective against particulate aerosols free of oil; time use restrictions may apply, 10 each in Package, By MSA, P/N 815394 Respirator Prefilters - Advantage® N95-Particulate Filter (95% Filter Efficiency Level) effective against particulate aerosols free of oil; time use restrictions may apply, 10 each in Package, 47565, By MSA, P/N 815394. Unit of measure: PKG The following information is general in scope and applies to the entire Advantage® Line. The above product is limited in it’s design to filter to the indicated dusts, particles, mists, gases, or, vapors. Product Information The MSA Advantage® line of particulate, chemical and combination cartridges is NIOSH-approved (to 42 CFR, Part 84) and provides lightweight, low-profile performance. MSA Respirator Cartridges fit: MSA Advantage® 200 LS Half Face Respirators, MSA Advantage® 3200 Twin-Port Full Face Respirators, MSA Advantage® 420 Half Face Respirators, MSA Advantage® 1000 Full Face Respirators, and, Advantage® 4200 Twin-Port Respirators. Filter cartridges protect against: dusts, particles, and, mists. Chemical cartridges protect against gases and vapors. Combination cartridges deliver protection from both particulate and gaseous contaminants. All cartridges are interchangeable among the various MSA Advantage® respirators listed above, and are color-coded. Most are incinerable. Principles of Operation Designed for easy installation, Advantage® cartridges use the latest bayonet-style mounting design. Featuring a low lug height and lead-in connectors, the cartridges lock into place with a single twist. An advanced engineering design makes negative pressure fit-testing easier to perform. Approvals & Standards The complete Advantage® line of particulate, chemical and combination cartridges are approved under 42 CFR Part 84. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires fit tests to ensure proper fit for workers who use respirators. Applications Agriculture Asbestos Abatement Chemical Construction Electric Utility Hazardous Materials Mining Nuclear Oil and Gas Paper & Pulp Sanding & Grinding Spray Painting Welding Hazards Nuisance Odor Particulate and Dust Toxic Atmosphere Non-IDLH Welding
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