3M Safety Products For Domestic Preparedness 3

3M™ Safety Products
For Domestic Preparedness
Helping to keep response personnel
prepared and safe for most emergencies
3Innovation
Fast And Sure Response Is Necessary
For All Local And National Emergencies
An attack with chemical, biological or
nuclear weapons is an ever-present threat.
Because this threat exists, and because of
the danger that it poses at the local,
regional and national levels, the highest
priority has been given to mitigating this
threat. Basically, all units of law
enforcement have been asked to
prepare for the kinds of emergencies
that they may be required to face.
Preparation for such an event requires
extensive training of all response
personnel. This will involve gaining
knowledge of different types of
agents, learning which procedure is
required for the specific contaminant
and selecting the equipment that is
appropriate in each case.
Important
Before using these respirators, you must determine the
following:
1. If there is sufficient oxygen present.
2. The type of contaminant(s) for which the respirator is
being selected.
3. The concentration level of that contaminant.
4. Whether the respirator can be properly fitted on the
wearer’s face. All respirator instructions, warnings and use
and time limitations must also be read and understood by
the wearer before use.
See page 9 in this brochure for WARNINGS and Product
Use Limitations.
First responders–those who are at the
forefront of saving lives–need the best
equipment available. That’s why 3M has
developed a line of personal protective
equipment that meets the needs of most
emergencies. These products are described in detail in
this brochure. 3M offers innovative solutions for
personal safety. We want to put our resources to work in
helping you to prepare.
The first responders canister (FR-C2A1) in this brochure can
only be sold to companies or individuals who are registered
under the Controlled Goods Legislation. For more information
on the registration process please contact the Public Works
and Government Services Canada web site at
www.pwgsc.gc.ca and look under the Index for Controlled
Goods Registration Program. Or call the Information
Services Officer at 1-866-333-2477.
3M™ Filtering Facepiece Particulate Respirators
Product Features
8293 P100 particulate respirator. Minimum 99.97%
filter efficiency. Features adjustable straps, 3M™ Cool
Flow™ Exhalation Valve and face seal. Appropriate for
use where HEPA was previously required.
8233 N100 particulate respirator. Minimum 99.97%
filter efficiency. Features adjustable straps, Cool Flow
exhalation valve and face seal. Appropriate for use
where HEPA was previously required. Not for use in
atmospheres containing oil aerosols.
8577 P95 particulate respirator. Minimum 95% filter
efficiency. 3M recommended for relief against nuisance
level organic vapor.* Features M-noseclip and Cool
Flow exhalation valve.
8271 P95 particulate respirator. Minimum 95% filter
efficiency. Features M-noseclip, Cool Flow exhalation
valve, and face seal.
8511 N95 particulate respirator. Minimum 95% filter
efficiency. Features M-noseclip and Cool Flow
exhalation valve. Not for use in atmospheres containing
oil aerosols.
8210 N95 particulate respirator. Minimum 95% filter
efficiency. Not for use in atmospheres containing oil
aerosols.
9210 N95 particulate respirator. Minimum 95% filter
efficiency. Features unique 3-panel design and
advanced electret media. Not for use in atmospheres
containing oil aerosols. Folds flat for easy storage.
9211 N95 particulate respirator. Minimum 95% filter
efficiency. Features unique 3-panel design, advanced
electret media and Cool Flow exhalation valve. Not for
use in atmospheres containing oil aerosols. Folds flat
for easy storage.
*Nuisance levels refer to concentrations below the OSHA permissible exposure limit.
3M™ Negative Pressure Respirators
3M™ 6000 Series Full Facepiece Respirators Offer
The Flexibility Of Negative/Positive Pressure Operation
• As a negative pressure system, the 6000
series full facepiece can be used with
3M™ Cartridges CP3N for tear agents
and FR-64 for most military and
industrial materials.
• Can also be used with other
industrial 3M™ Filters and
Cartridges
• Available in small, medium and large
sizes
• Comfortable, lightweight
• Flexible and durable silicone face seal
• Provides a wide field of vision
• Easy to adjust head straps
• Can be used in negative/positive
pressure applications
3M™ 7800S Full Facepiece Respirators —
The Standard By Which Other Respirators Are Judged
• As a negative pressure system, the
7800S full facepiece can be used with
3M™ Cartridges CP3N for tear agents
and FR-64 for most military and
industrial materials
• Can be used with other industrial 3M™
Filters and Cartridges
• 6-point adjustable head strap provides
secure, comfortable fit
• Can be used in negative/positive
pressure applications
• Double-flange face seal for added
comfort
• Designed for versatility, comfort and
long life
• Available in small, medium and large
sizes
3M™ Respiratory Services
Quantitative Fit Testing
Fit testing is done to:
• Identify the size facepiece users can wear to protect
themselves
• Verify the ability of the user to properly don, position
and adjust the straps of the respirator facepieces
Qualitative Fit Testing
Respiratory Protection Training
Course Content:
• Nature, extent and effects of respiratory hazards
• Operation, limitation and capabilities
• Inspection, donning, wearing and removal
• Fit testing/user seal checking
• Maintenance, cleaning and storage
• Emergency situations involving use or malfunction
3M™ Positive Pressure Respirators 3M
3M™ 6000 Series RRPAS™ (Rapid Response Powered Air
System)... When Fast Response Is Absolutely Necessary
• This is a powered air purifying
respirator (PAPR) system in which the
components are stored in a unique
carrying bag that transforms into a vest
with the PAPR in place and ready for
use with the 3M™ Canister FR-40 and
Cartridge FR-57
• Provides exceptional comfort and
mobility
• Easy to don and doff
• Hook and loop fasteners allow fast and
easy adjustment to individual sizes
• The power unit provides continuous
flow of filtered air
• Can be used with rechargeable nicad
battery or disposable lithium battery
• Approximate weight is 10 lbs.
• Also available as belt-mounted PAPR.
3M™ Breathe Easy™ (BE) 10 Butyl Rubber Hood Systems
Provide Exceptional Protection For Civilian Responders
• The lightweight butyl rubber hood
provides protection, excellent mobility
and visibility
• Butyl rubber meets MIL-C-51251A (EA)
for resistance to chemical agents
• Provides a continuous flow of filtered air
• The belt-mounted power unit is
lightweight and comfortable
• Can be used with rechargeable nicad
battery or disposable lithium battery
• The hood can be worn with facial hair
and glasses
• No fit testing is required prior to
wearing a hood
• For use with the FR-57 cartridge
• Approximate weight is 8 lbs.
3M™ Air-Mate™ SCBAG™ Self-Contained Breathing
Apparatus (SCBA) Is Uniquely Innovative
• Totally unique with all components
stored in a carrying bag that converts
into a vest with everything in place
and ready to wear
• Completely portable
• Can be donned in seconds
• The lightweight harness has
shoulder and back padding for
greater comfort
• Continuous chest size
adjustment up to 58" to fit most
wearers
• Hook-and-loop closures allow
fast and easy donning
• The vest distributes
weight evenly for
added comfort
• Great for confined spaces and
emergency use
• Optional airline connection for extended
time usage in IDLH atmospheres
• Hoop-wrapped, 30-minute cylinder is
positioned for ideal weight distribution
and easy valve access
• The full facepiece is based on 3M’s
innovative technologies
• Lightweight and comfortable to wear
• Features a quarter-turn pressure-demand
valve with first-breath activation
• Facepiece available in small, medium
and large
Selection Chart for First Response Respirators
3M™ Product
Product Description
Appropriate for Level1
Suggested Applications2
SCBAG™ SCBA
System
Page 8
Vest mounted, 30 minute,
pressure-demand SCBA
B
Emergency response in IDLH3
oxygen deficient and unknown
environments
Breathe Easy™ (BE) 10
Butyl Rubber
Hood System
Page7
Belt-mounted PAPR
with loose fitting
butyl rubber hood
C
Response in non-IDLH4 environments,
medical evacuation, spill clean-up,
decontamination, law enforcement
6000
Series
Page 6
Vest-mounted/belt-mounted
PAPR with tight-fitting
full facepiece
C
Response in non-IDLH4 environments,
medical evacuation, spill clean-up,
decontamination, law enforcement
6000/7800S
Full Facepieces
Page 4
Negative-pressure,
full facepiece air-purifying
respirators
C
When properly fitted, use when
concentrations are less than 50X PEL.
Filtering Facepiece
Particulate Respirators
Page 3
Negative-pressure,
filtering facepiece respirators
C
When properly fitted, use when
concentrations are less than 10X PEL.
1
Level B requires the highest level of respiratory protection – a pressure-demand, full facepiece Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), or combination
pressure-demand supplied air respirator with escape SCBA, approved by NIOSH. Level C allows that properly selected, air purifying respirators can be worn
providing that the concentration(s) and type(s) of airborne substance(s) are known and the criteria for using air purifying respirators are met (atmosphere is
NOT IDLH and NOT oxygen deficient).
2
Respirators must be properly selected for each concentration and type of airborne substance.
3
IDLH-Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health is an atmospheric concentration of any toxic, corrosive or asphyxiant substance that poses an immediate
threat to life or would cause irreversible or delayed adverse health effects or would interfere with an individual’s ability to escape from a dangerous
atmosphere.
4
Non-IDLH – one which is not IDLH, is not oxygen deficient and where the concentration(s) and type(s) of airborne substance(s) are known.
5
Systems not approved with a pass-through device.
WARNING
• Before using any of the respiratory products pictured in this brochure, the wearer must read and understand all warnings, use limitations
and fitting instructions accompanying each product. Failure to do so may result in serious bodily injury, sickness or death.
• Use of 3M™ Respirators by untrained or unqualified persons, or use not in accordance with the instructions, may adversely affect product
performance and result in serious bodily injury, sickness or death.
• Each respirator must be properly selected based on the contaminant and concentration levels to which the worker is exposed.
• 3M respirators are to be used only by qualified persons properly trained in their use and maintenance, and only in accordance with their
operating and maintenance manuals. Each person using these products must first read and understand the operator’s manual. Failure to
do so may result in serious bodily injury, sickness or death.
• The compressed air used with any SCBA, Escape SCBA or supplied air system shall meet at least the requirements for grade D
breathing air per Compressed Gas Association Commodity Specification, CGA G-7.1-1989, in the United States, and Table 2 of the CSA
Standard CAN3-Z180.1-M85, in Canada. The compressor shall be equipped with safety and standby devices per OSHA Standard
1910.134 or CSA Standard CAN3-Z180.1-M85.
• Be sure breathing air couplings are incompatible with outlets for nonrespirable plant air or other gas systems to prevent servicing of
airline respirators with nonrespirable air or oxygen.
• The employer must also have established a satisfactory respirator program such as described in OSHA Standard 1910.134 or CSA
Standard Z94.4-93.
• Airborne exposure limits have not been established for biological hazards. Respirators can only reduce the exposure. They do not
eliminate the risk of contracting disease or infection.
Use Limitations
1. Failure to comply with all instructions and warnings on the use of these products and/or failure to wear the respirator during all times of exposure may
reduce respirator effectiveness and result in serious bodily injury, sickness or death.
2. Never alter or modify this respirator.
3. Repair or replace respirator parts if they become damaged or worn. Use appropriate 3M parts only.
4. DO NOT use Air Purifying Respirators when concentrations of contaminants are unknown or immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH).
5. Use of the equipment described in this catalog should be in accordance with applicable safety and health standards, respirator selection tables contained in
such publications as ANSI Z88.2-1992, or pursuant to the recommendations of an industrial hygienist.
6. If you have any doubts about the applicability of the equipment to your job situation, it is recommended you consult an industrial hygienist or call 3M
Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division, Technical Service Department, 1-800-267-4414.
Ordering Information
3M™ Product
Number
National Stock
Numbers
Product Description
NIOSH Approval
Number*
Filtering Facepiece Particulate Respirators
8293
4240-01-475-8293
8293 P100 Particulate Respirator
8233
4240-01-452-8348
8233 N100 Particulate Respirator
TC-84A-2561
TC-84A-1298
8577
4240-01-452-8331
8577 P95 Particulate Respirator with nuisance level organic vapor relief
TC-84A-1166
8271
4240-01-247-5686
8271 P95 Particulate Respirator
TC-84A-1166
8511
4240-01-247-2348
8511 N95 Particulate Respirator
TC-84A-1299
8210
4240-01-429-2685
8210 N95 Particulate Respirator
TC-84A-0007
9210
9210 N95 Particulate Respirator
TC-84A-2669
9211
9211 N95 Particulate Respirator
TC-84A-2668
Cartridges for 6000, 7800S Air Purifying, Negative Pressure Facepieces
450-02-11R06 4240-01-418-2634
CP3N Canister, 6000DIN, 7800S
60926
60926 Cartridge, 6000DIN
TC-84A-0704
60926 Cartridge, 7800S
TC-84A-0537
4240-01-455-7370
TC-14G-0251
FR-C2A1
FR-C2A1 Cartridge, FR-M40
TC-84A-3281
FR-64
FR-64 Cartridge, FR-M40, 6000DIN, 7800S
Pending
6000 and 7800S Series Facepieces
7800SSm
4240-01-314-2780
7800S Full Facepiece – Silicone, (Small)
See Cartridges
7800S M
4240-01-342-5239
7800S Full Facepiece – Silicone, (Medium)
See Cartridges
7800S L
4240-01-301-3200
7800S Full Facepiece – Silicone, (Large)
See Cartridges
6700DIN
4240-01-479-1593
6000 Full Facepiece, (Small)
See Cartridges
6800DIN
4240-01-479-1598
6000 Full Facepiece, (Medium)
See Cartridges
6900DIN
4240-01-479-1597
6000 Full Facepiece, (Large)
See Cartridges
Batteries and Chargers for Breathe Easy (BE) 10 and 6000 RRPAS
520-01-61SGL
Battery Charger, “Smart Charger”, Single Unit for Breathe Easy Systems only
520-01-61FIV
Battery Charger, “Smart Charger”, 5 Unit for Breathe Easy Systems only
Component
Component
520-01-15R01
Nicad Rechargeable Battery Pack for Breathe Easy Systems only
Component
520-01-17R01
Nicad Rechargeable Battery Pack for Breathe Easy Systems only
Component
520-04-57R01
Lithium Disposable Battery Pack for Breathe Easy Systems only
Component
Breathe Easy (BE) 10 and 6000 RRPAS Cartridge and Canister
453-03-02R06 4240-01-480-1387
FR-57 Cartridge
TC-23C-2072
453-03-03R06 4240-01-480-1386
FR-40 Canister
TC-14G-0261
FR-40L68
RRPAS Rapid Response Powered Air Purifying Respirator System, 6800DIN Lithium Battery and FR-40 Canister
See Canister
FR-57N68
RRPAS Rapid Response Powered Air Purifying Respirator System, 6800DIN Nicad Battery and FR-57 Cartridge
See Cartridge
FR-57L69
RRPAS Rapid Response Powered Air Purifying Respirator System, 6900DIN Lithium Battery and FR-57 Cartridge See Cartridge
FR-57N69
RRPAS Rapid Response Powered Air Purifying Respirator System, 6900DIN Nicad Battery and FR-57 Cartridge
FR-40N68
RRPAS Rapid Response Powered Air Purifying Respirator System, 6800DIN Nicad Battery and FR-40 Canister
See Canister
FR-40L69
RRPAS Rapid Response Powered Air Purifying Respirator System, 6900DIN Lithium Battery and FR-40 Canister
See Canister
FR-57L68
RRPAS Rapid Response Powered Air Purifying Respirator System, 6800DIN Lithium Battery and FR-57 Cartridge See Cartridge
FR-40N69
RRPAS Rapid Response Powered Air Purifying Respirator System, 6900DIN Nicad Battery and FR-40 Canister
6000 RRPAS
See Cartridge
See Canister
Breathe Easy (BE) 10 Butyl Rubber Hood Systems
FR-57N10
Breathe Easy 10 with Butyl Rubber Hood, Nicad Battery and FR-57 Cartridge
See Cartridges
FR-57L10
Breathe Easy 10 with Butyl Rubber Hood, Lithium Battery and FR-57 Cartridge
See Cartridges
BA-4430-S
SCBAG(small facepiece)
TC-13F-454
BA-4530-S
SCBAG w/Airline (small facepiece)
TC-13F-454
BA-4430-M
SCBAG (medium facepiece)
TC-13F-454
Air-Mate SCBAG
BA-4530-M
SCBAG w/Airline (medium facepiece)
TC-13F-454
BA-4430-L
SCBAG (large facepiece)
TC-13F-454
BA-4530-L
SCBAG w/Airline (large facepiece)
TC-13F-454
*NIOSH approval numbers apply to whole systems only. NIOSH approval numbers apply only to system and cartridge or filter listed. Systems used in configurations
other than those listed may have separate NIOSH approval numbers; please see product insert.
Technical Information: Cartridges /Canisters
3M™ Air-Purifying Cartridges and Canisters for Air Purifying Respirators for Responder Applications
Air purifying respirators (APR) can be used when the contaminant and concentration are known and below IDLH limits and sufficient oxygen is present. The maximum use
concentration (MUC) in which an APR can be utilized is the product of the assigned protection factor (APF) multiplied by the airborne exposure limit (such as the TLV®).
This number however must be lower than the IDLH, otherwise the IDLH becomes the MUC.
Respirator
3M System
APF
Negative Pressure, Full Facepiece APR
Full Facepiece Respirator, 6000 Full Facepiece Respirator, 7800S Full Facepiece Respirator
501
PAPR with Hood, Helmet,
or Tight-Fitting Full Facepiece
Breathe Easy (BE) 10 Butyl Rubber Hood, BE 10 and 6000 RRPAS
1000
3M Air-Purifying Cartridge or Canister – NIOSH Approvals2
Negative Pressure Applications
PAPR Applications
NIOSH Approvals TLV3
Organic Vapors
*
Sulfur Dioxide
2 ppm
5 ppm STEL
Hydrogen Chloride 5 ppm C
Chlorine
0.5 ppm TWA,
1 ppm STEL
Chlorine Dioxide
0.1 ppm TWA
0.3 ppm STEL
Hydrogen Fluoride 3 ppm C
Ammonia
25 ppm TWA,
35 ppm STEL
Methylamine
5 ppm TWA
15 ppm STEL
Formaldehyde
0.3 ppm C
Hydrogen Sulfide 10 ppm TWA
(escape)5
15 ppm STEL
Phosphine
0.3 ppm
1 ppm STEL
CN6
0.3 mg/m3
6
CS
0.39 mg/m3
P100 Particulates5
*
High Efficiency (HE)
*
Particulate7
Negative Pressure Applications
PAPR Applications
Military Specification TLV3
Testing8
Diethyl
NA
Methylphosphonate
(DMMP)9
Hydrogen Cyanide 4.7 ppm C
Cyanogen Chloride 0.3 ppm C
Chloropicrin
0.1 ppm TWA
Phosgene
0.1 ppm TWA
CN6
0.3 mg/m3TWA
6
CS
0.39 mg/m3
OASG limit value10
Sarin (GB)
0.0001 mg/m3
CP3N
•
60926
•
FR-C2A1
•
FR-64
•
FR-40
FR-57
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IDLH Limit4
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TWA 100 ppm
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30 ppm
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500 ppm
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300 ppm
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200 ppm
TWA 101 mg/m3
C 1.9 mg/m3
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3M Air-Purifying Cartridge or Canister – Common Military Agents2
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IDLH Limit4
NA
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50 ppm
ND
4 ppm
2 ppm
101 mg/m3
C 1.9 mg/m3
OASG limit value10
> 0.2 mg/m3
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TWA = time weighted average, C = Ceiling Limit, STEL = short term exposure limit,
NA = not applicable, ND = not determined
* Limits depend on specific contaminant. However, exposure limits have been set for particulates not
otherwise classified (PNOC) and particulates not otherwise regulated (PNOR).
1 APF applies only when respirator has been quantitatively fit tested. If fit tested qualitatively, an APF of
10 applies.
2 Assumes that the criterion for using air-purifying respirators is met: the agent and concentration are
known and are below maximum use concentrations and IDLH limits and sufficient oxygen is present.
3 TLV = threshold limit value from the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists.
ACGIH Threshold Limit Values and Biological Exposure Indices, 2000.
4 IDLH = Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health limit. NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards.
1990. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 90-117.
5 H2S escape only and P100 approvals are available for negative pressure, air purifying respirators
only.
6 CN, CS approvals are available for tight fitting, air purifying respirators only. They are not available
for respirators with loose-fitting headgear such as hoods or helmets.
7 High Efficiency (HE) particulate filter approval is available for PAPRs only.
8 3M Respirators are not NIOSH approved for these agents. There are no NIOSH approval schedules
for DMMP, GB, hydrogen cyanide, cyanogen chloride, chloropicrin, and phosgene. See footnote 6
for explanation of CN and CS.
9 DMMP is a common surrogate test agent for the nerve agents.
10 TLV and IDLH Limit values have not been established for sarin. The values listed for sarin (GB) are
the airborne exposure limit and the limit for which an SCBA is the only acceptable respiratory
protection. The Office of the US Army Surgeon General (OASG) established these values.
3M™ Personal Protection Products
3M™ Sorbents
And Spill Kits
• For many first-response
applications
• Petroleum, maintenance and
chemical sorbents fill many
needs
• Also available in unique folded
sorbents; one product that is a
pillow, pad, roll or boom in the
same box.
3M™
Disposable
Ear Plugs
1100
• Tapered design
to conform to
ear canal and
provide added comfort
• Smooth, dirt resistant surface for
hygiene
• Bright, orange color for visibility
• Soft foam seals ear comfortably
3M™ Three
Position Ear
Muffs 1427
• 3-position
adjustable head
strap
• Rotating
headband allows easy
adjustment for most secure fit
• NRR: 27 dB
• Use for applications up to
100 dBA TWA
• For exposure to gun fire, 3M
recommends dual protection (ear
muffs and ear plugs worn
together)
3M™ First Aid Kit 7730
• 3M™ Steri-Strip™ Skin Closures
Also sold separately
• 3M™ Coban™ Self-Adherent Wrap • 3M™ Cold & Hot Therapy
• 3M™ Opticlude™ Orthoptic
Products
Eye Patch
For more information contact:
Technical Assistance
1-800-267-4414
3M O.H.E.S. Marketing
1-800-265-1840, ext. 6137
Internet
www.3M.com/ca/occsafety
E-mail
[email protected]
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Occupational Health and Environmental Safety
3M Canada
Post Office Box 5757
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Used under licence in Canada.
TLV is a registered trademark of American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists.
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