The MSA Mersorb P100 Advantage Respirator Cartridge is compatible with Advantage® series air purifying respirator is designed to give protection against chlorine and mercury vapors. When used with a P100 pre-filter it offers extra protection against all particulates. Provide lightweight, low-profile performance. Cartridges fit Advantage® 200LS and 420 series half-masks and 3000 series full-facepiece respirators. This respirator cartridge is rendered with a bayonet-style design for quick mounting which locks into place with one twist.
MSA Mersorb P100 Respirator Cartridge 815368 (pair) for MSA Respirator Packs
The MSA Mersorb P100 Advantage Respirator Cartridge is compatible with Advantage® series air purifying respirator is designed to give protection against chlorine and mercury vapors. When used with a P100 prefilter it offers extra protection against all particulates. Provide lightweight, low-profile performance. Cartridges fit Advantage® 200 LS and 420 half-masks, and 1000, 3000, and 4000 series full-facepiece respirators. This respirator cartridge is rendered with a bayonet-style design for quick mounting which locks into place with one twist.
- Respirator cartridges feature bayonet-style design for quick mounting
- Cartridges lock into place with one twist
- Complete range compatible with all MSA Advantage facepieces
- Combination cartridges deliver protection from both particulate and gaseous contaminants
- NIOSH 42 CFR84 Approved
- EN 14387
An appropriate cartridge change-out schedule must be developed by a qualified professional, unless the cartridge/canister utilizes an end-of-service-life indicator. The change-out schedule must take into account all factors that may influence respiratory protection including specific work practices and other conditions unique to the worker’s environment. If using against substances having poor warning properties, there is no secondary means of knowing when to replace the cartridges/canister. In such cases, take appropriate additional precautions to prevent over exposure, which may include amore conservative change-out schedule or using an air-supplied respirator or SCBA. Failure to follow this warning can result in serious personal injury or death.
Respirator Selection Size
Regardless of facial dimensions and respirator sizing charts, an actual respirator fit test, either qualitative or quantitative must be performed to ensure selection of the correct respirator size.
Fit test the respirator size relative to your facial features and dimensions. The Safety Administrator or Program Manager might assist in selecting the initial size to try.
Carefully don the respirator and conduct a Negative Pressure Seal test. See donning instructions for procedure.
If the respirator does not pass the Negative Pressure Seal Test or feels uncomfortable, try the next size. If other than facial seal leakage is detected, the condition must be investigated and corrected before another test is made.
Passing the Negative Pressure Seal Test does not verify that the size is correct. Size selection must be verified by successfully passing either a qualitative or quantitative Respirator Fit Test. If the respirator passes a Negative Pressure Seal Test but DOES NOT pass a Respirator Fit Test, try the next size.
Once the correct size is selected, the respirator must pass a Negative Pressure Seal Test every time the mask is donned to ensure proper fit before using the respirator.
The respirator must also pass the tightness test before the user attempts to enter a toxic atmosphere.
The respirator will not furnish protection unless all inhaled air is drawn through a suitable canister/cartridge(s).
RESPIRATOR FIT TEST
The user must perform a respirator fit test (Quantitative Test or Qualitative Test) and follow all warnings and limitations specified. Failure to do so can result in serious personal injury or death.
A qualitative or quantitative respirator fit test must be routinely carried out for each wearer of this respirator to determine or confirm the amount of protection that the respirator provides. The fit test method chosen may impact the maximum use concentration.
Respirator fit tests are explained fully in the American National Standard Practices for Respiratory Protection, ANSI Z88.2-1992 which is published by the American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd Street, New York, New York, 10036 and Occupational Safety and Health Standards, OSHA 1910.134, which is published by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington DC, 20210.
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