3M 8210 N95 Disposable Respirator (Case of 160 Masks)
Product Number: bnsmsk8210000000-000
Mfg. Part No: 8210
3M 8210 N95 Particulate Respirator Features
NIOSH approved 95% filtration efficiency against non-oil particles
Advanced electret media for cooler, easier breathing
Comfortable for workers to wear and use
Adjustable noseclip for secure seal
Compatible with a variety of protective eyewear
Two-strap design with dual point attachment
3M 8210 Particulate Respirator Details
The 3M 8210 is NIOSH-approved to provide 95% filtration efficiency against both solid and liquid non-oil based particulate. This disposable respirator features 3M's advanced electrostatically charged microfiber filter media, which helps the wearer breathe more easily and stay cooler while working. These respirators are as effective as a rubber facepiece respirator, but are more comfortable and much more lightweight, contributing to increased wear time. A metal noseclip provides a customizable fit and a great seal, preventing protective eyewear from fogging.
The 3M 8210 is recommended for foundries, woodworking, bagging, sweeping, sanding, grinding, and other dusty operations. Note: not for use with oil-based particulate.
More Information About Respirators
Choosing N-, R-, or P-Series Particulate Respirators
Filter efficiency shows how much filter leakage can be accepted. Higher efficiency means less leakage.
95%, 99%, and 99.97% are the most common filter efficiency ratings.
Used in particulate environments free of oil aerosols. N-series filters cannot be used if oil particles are present.
Used for oil and non-oil particles with time use limitations specified by NIOSH. If oil particles (e.g., lubricants, cutting fluids, glycerine) are present, use an R- or P-series filter.
Used for oil and non-oil particples with time use limitations specified by manufacturer. If oil particles are present and the filter is to be used for more than one work shift, use only a P-series filter.
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