Personal protection that helps minimize the risk of fire or explosion

July 5, 2018

Whenever the job takes your people into a potentially explosive area – whether from flammable gases and liquids or combustible dust – ignition from an electrical source could trigger a disaster.

Now, with the introduction of the 3M™ Versaflo™ Powered Air Purifying Respirator TR-800 (PAPR), you can give the people in your care a high level of protection from both respiratory and fire/explosion hazards.

The TR-800 is a PAPR blower UL-certified with an intrinsically safe (IS) rating of Division 1: IS Class I, II, III; Division 1 (includes Division 2) Groups C, D, E, F, G; T4, under the most current standard (UL 60079, 6th Edition, 2013).

As part of the 3M™ Versaflo™ Product family, when the TR-800 is combined with Versaflo™ Headtops, Belts and other Accessories, it becomes part of a NIOSH-approved product respirator system featuring multiple speeds, audible and visual alarms, and the ability to work with a wide variety of cartridges.

Advanced features that help make the 3M™ Versaflo™ Powered Air Purifying Respirator TR-800 stand above the rest.

Designed for improved worker comfort, convenience and control.

Keep the air flowing – Multi-speed blower functions at altitudes up to 16,000 feet. Battery offers long run time and charges quickly, achieving 90% charge in approximately 3.5 hours.

More options for more tasks – Choose from particulate filters or gas and vapour combination cartridges for protection in a variety of environments.

Work at your own speed – Multiple airflow rates put you in control of your comfort.

Work with ease – Intuitive, coloured touch points plus visual and audible lowflow indicators help make the TR-800 easy to use.

Battery:

• Approximately 750 full charge/discharge cycles.

• Built-in charge level indicator

• Mechanical attachment of battery to help prevent battery removal during use.

 

 

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