3M 60926 Multi-Gas P100 Cartridge (Pair)

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3M 60926 Multi-Gas P100 Cartridge (Pair)

The 3M 60926 Multi-Gas/P100 (HEPA) Cartridge combines a charcoal-filled multi-gas cartridge with a P100 filter. It is the broadest range cartridge available for the 3M 6000 Half Mask, 7500 Half Mask, and 6000 Full Face Series respirators. Intended for industrial use where multiple types of vapors in combination with toxic dusts or mists are encountered. If you are looking for a reliable filter for protection against toxic dusts, such as lead and asbestos, and for mold cleanup and remediation, use the 3m 2097 filters that fit on the 3M 6000 and 3M 7500 series half masks, and the 3M 6000 full face respirators. With the 3M 6000 and 7500 series masks, you can also use a 3M 6001 Organic Vapor Cartridge that is NIOSH-approved for a wide variety of organic vapors.


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Price $24.30
SKU MMM01-60926
Product Weight (lbs.) No
Weight 0.7000
Protection From Most Dusts, Lead and Asbestos, Organic Vapors, Mold, Chlorine (Bleach)
Brand 3M
MPN 60926
UPC 50051138541878
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  1. Katie

    2014-12-03 01:06:08

    What is the expiration date on these?

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    1. Chris

      2014-12-03 01:06:08

      The 3M 60926 multi gas HEPA combination cartridge has a stated shelf life of 5 years. This is marked on the outer case of 30 pairs, and on each individual package of 1 pair.

  2. Jessica

    2015-03-23 19:28:50

    does 3M 60926 Multi-Gas P100 Cartridge protect for Hydrofluoric acid fumes and do you have a filter for Nitric acid fumes.

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    1. Chris

      2015-03-23 19:28:50

      The 60926 combination P100/multigas cartridge will work for the Hydrofluoric acid. However, it should be used with a full face respirator such as the 3M 6800, as the acid will attack mucous membranes. Also, please be mindful of the concentration, as cartridges can be overwhelmed. Good ventilation is always a good idea. We have no cartridge for Nitric Acid. A supplied air respirator must be used at a minimum, once again with a full face mask.

  3. Neal

    2015-04-15 21:30:40

    Will the 3M 60926 multi gas P100 cartridge protect for epoxy resin fumes and for melting lead fumes?

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    1. Chris

      2015-04-15 21:30:40

      The 3M 60926 would be a correct choice for the melting lead fumes. The P100 (HEPA) filter will trap the fume particulates, while the cartridge will absorb whatever organic vapor nasties might be hitching a ride with your lead feed stock. We have customers using old tire weights or spent bullets from a firing range for all sorts of projects. On the epoxy vapors, the multi-gas cartridge part of the 3M 60926 should work just fine. However, epoxy resin and hardener can cover a lot of different chemical compounds. Best advice is to ask for the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) to see what you are up against. And, as always, good ventilation will aid in protecting you!

  4. Kevin

    2015-06-01 21:21:40

    Would this fit with the 6300 half mask? And would it protect me from tobacco vapors?

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    1. Chris

      2015-06-01 21:21:40

      Yes, the 3M 60926 cartridge will fit on to the 3M 6300 half face respirator. Also, the 60926 would be the correct choice for cigarette smoke and vapors. The P100 (HEPA) filter portion of the combination cartridge will trap the smoke particles. The multi-gas cartridge layer will absorb the virtually all of the chemical vapors generated by burning whatever it is that is inside of a typical cigarette. Usually this is more than just tobacco, and the chemical soup is quite varied.

  5. jeff

    2015-07-14 19:23:43

    Will the 60926 cartridge protect you from Isocyanates found in todays automotive paints.

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    1. Ben

      2015-07-14 19:23:43

      I think it is important we all know a little bit about isocyanate. It is a powerful irritant of the mucous membranes, the gastrointestinal tract, and the respiratory system. You can neither smell nor taste the isocyanates so there is no way to know whether or not you have been exposed.
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      Isocyanates are also sensitizers. This means though your first reaction may have been mild, subsequent exposures will become more and more severe. Some reported sensitized reactions have been so severe that they resulted in death. Isocyanate is not something to mess around with.
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      It is said that you may use the organic vapor cartridge 6001 for a brief period, but this period is not specified, and depends on the concentration. Since you can neither smell nor taste the isocyanates, there is no possible way of knowing that breakthrough has occurred.
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      For this reason, PK Safety does not recommend the use of cartridges for isocyanates. Instead we recommend using the Allegro airline respirator. This will deliver you fresh air from outside of the work area instead filtered air from your immediate vicinity. This is the only real way to ensure that you are not exposed to isocyanates.

  6. august

    2015-08-03 19:47:39

    Are these reusable and if so how many times can they be reused

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    1. Ben

      2015-08-03 19:47:39

      These filters have a maximum life of 30 days, they can be reused in that time frame however they may become blocked with contaminants before the 30 days is reached in which case they would need to be replaced sooner.

  7. Chris

    2015-10-28 19:52:12

    Hello, I was wondering if the 3M 7500 Series Half Facepiece Respirator with this filter would work for plastic extrusion and injection molding? It involves the melting and handling of many different types of plastic (Polyurethane,Polyester, PVC, Teflon and many others) and chemicals such as acetone and MEK. Is this filter efficient for this type of work?

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    1. Ben

      2015-10-28 19:52:12

      This filter has NIOSH approval for the following contaminants: Certain organic vapors, chlorine (bleach), hydrogen chloride, chlorine dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide (escape only) ammonia/methylamine, formaldehyde* or hydrogen fluoride.

  8. Justin

    2016-05-06 20:18:52

    I work a lot with lacquer thinner, muriatic acid, and I spray a nitrocellulose lacquer for my job. Would this be the best choice of cartridge for me? I also read above that the cartridges should be replaced every 30 days. Is that correct? I probably wear my mask for about 2-3 hours a day. Thanks for any feedback.

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    1. Ben

      2016-05-06 20:18:52

      This filter should be suitable for your application. The cartridge will need to be changed every 30 days regardless of use.

  9. Stehphany

    2016-05-16 19:21:18

    Would this fit the 3M 6500QL Respirator Mask?

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    1. Ben

      2016-05-16 19:21:18

      Yes, this filter will fit that mask. Most 3M filters and masks are interchangeable.

  10. Jaimie

    2016-05-18 15:58:00

    Hi there. I am planning to use a p100 filter while removing latex paint from wood flooring with a heat gun. My concern is that the heat gun seems to take up the finish underneath the paint, and I think that's what is irritating my respiratory tract. (I am seeing a doctor already) Do you think this will help block paint/floor finish fumes? Thank you!

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    1. Ben

      2016-05-18 15:58:00

      In order to answer this question definitively we would need to know the exact chemicals / fumes you're trying to protect yourself from. However in our experience this filter will typically protect from most household paint / floor finish products.

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