3M provides a full line of reusable respirators wih half- or full-facepiece options to help protect against both particulates and/or gases and vapours. 3M now proudly offers 3M™ Scott™ Fire & Safety Reusable Respirators.
Ready to choose a specific reusable respirator? View all 3M reusable respirators on our online catalog.
With a wide range of facepieces, cartridges and filters offering an Assigned Protection Factor from 10-50, 3M reusable respirators can be used for numerous applications and hazardous environments.
Your workers deserve to be comfortable and protected whether they are in a tight space or working a long shift. Select from a variety of comfort features like silicone for softer feel on the face and 3M™ CoolFlow Valve for improved breathability.
Whether you need sustainable, multi-use respiratory protection or a maintenance free offering, our solutions are easy to use, maintain and clean.
Our dedicated team is available to share their industry, product and regulatory knowledge to help you understand your available options to help keep workers protected.
How to Choose:
Full face respirators seal around the outer edges of the face and provide negative pressure respiratory protection. They are also compatible with powered and supplied air configurations.
It's important to select a cartridge or filter that is designed to meet the hazard exposure at your workplace.
3M™ Combination Cartridges/P100 Particulate Filters filter particulates, gases and vapours. Different combination particulate/cartridge filters are used.
Our free 3M™ Select and Service Life Software can help make selecting the appropriate respirators faster and easier. Just enter contaminants and their concentrations and the software analyses the data and profiles a record of your choices. The software can also help you estimate the service life of 3M™ Respirator Cartridges, which aid in maintaining your OSHA-required cartridge change schedule for gas and vapor cartridges.
As the program administrator, running a successful respiratory protection program means navigating a maze of regulations and anticipating hazards. Consider us your resource. Whenever you are in the process, we can help guide you to the information and details you need.
Visit our Center for Respiratory Protection for guidance on helping to establish a respiratory protection program for your workplace.