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Dale Dykhouse
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Aug 20th, 2016 at 10:46am
 
I have been using a 3m model 7003 respirator, and am looking for a replacement.
One reason I use this mask, is because it does not push my glasses up, which effects my bifocals.
Is there anyone who can recommend a respirator that doesn't effect the glasses? They no longer make this model.
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Bruce McCorkle
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Re: Respirator
Reply #1 - Aug 20th, 2016 at 12:19pm
 
This one works for me.  I have trifocals.
"GVS Elipse SP451 P100".  I first saw it on "Highland Woodworking" and then on Amazon
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Re: Respirator
Reply #2 - Aug 20th, 2016 at 4:27pm
 
Dale, I used to work in the hazardous waste world, and the 3M 7003 has a pretty wide range of different filters.  Which hazards are you addressing??

Bruce -- the P100 respirator you cited is rated for particulates and would not be appropriate for spraying lacquers as an example (solvents).


I sport facial hair, so have to use a full face unit.
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Dale Dykhouse
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Re: Respirator
Reply #3 - Aug 20th, 2016 at 5:03pm
 
Ken Vaughan wrote on Aug 20th, 2016 at 4:27pm:
Dale, I used to work in the hazardous waste world, and the 3M 7003 has a pretty wide range of different filters. Which hazards are you addressing??

Bruce -- the P100 respirator you cited is rated for particulates and would not be appropriate for spraying lacquers as an example (solvents).


I sport facial hair, so have to use a full face unit.

I use it for various uses and have the filters to match the need.
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