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Half Mask Respirator
- Item # 34C395
- Mfr. Model # ML00894
- UNSPSC # 46181704
- Catalog Page # 3394
- Shipping Weight 0.45 lbs.
- ItemHalf Mask Respirator
- FunctionThe Elipse Mask Together With Elipse HEPA Air Filters (Included) Give Protection Against Hazardous And Toxic Dust Particles, Fumes And Mist Metal, Fits Easily Under Most Welding Helmets, Large Non-Return Exhaust Valve For Reduced User Fatigue
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Per OSHA 1910.134 all tight-fitting face pieces need to be fit tested. The Miller LPR-100 is considered a tight-fitting face piece so it would fall under the same requirements.
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P100 Particulate Filter
Assigned Protection Factor (APF): 10
Hazardous Solid Dust Particles, Metal
Fumes, Mists and Vapors
P100 filters provide 99.97% filtration of airborne particles and oil aerosols.
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