3M 7093 P100 Particulate Filter (Pair)

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$8.92

Frequently Bought Together

The 3M 7093 P100 is a HEPA filter sold by the pair for use on a 3M 6000 Respirator and a 3M 7500 Respirator. It has a hard plastic case that makes it especially useful when sparks from welding or grinding might damage the 2000 Series filters. Also helpful where some water splash may occur, such as in asbestos abatement. As compared to the 3M 2091 Filter, you may also notice that the filter media is contained within the case. This keeps the trapped lead or asbestos dust particles out of reach. For a wide variety of organic vapors, you can use the 3M 6001 Organic Vapor Cartridge that is NIOSH-approved and attaches to the 3M 6000 and 7500 Series masks. 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 6000/3M 7500 Series half masks, and the 3M 6000 full face respirators.

When working inside the home, please take care to isolate the work are from the rest of the house. This might mean using plastic sheeting to contain the dust and fumes until cleaned up with a HEPA rated vacuum. Wearing protective clothing like a Tyvek suit should help with keeping your work clothes out of the laundry where it could deposit lead particles on other family members' clothing. For a suggestion, please take a look at our Lead and Asbestos Removal Kit.

Contractors engaged in residential renovation use either the 3M 7093 or the 3M 2091 HEPA Filters attached to a 3M Half Mask Respirator. Lead dust particles from paint in older homes can become airborne when working on windows or other woodwork in the home. When replacing or disturbing the molding around a door or window, lead in the paint will be released into the air. Protecting your lungs, whether a window installer or a DIY homeowner, should be your first concern.

This also goes for removing paint from wood moldings. Scraping is one method, but many homeowners take on the popular DIY approach of using a heat gun or infrared heat source to lift the paint off. In this case, please also take care with the vapors released. If done outdoors or in a well-ventilated area, the 3M 7093 Filter will be adequate. However, if indoors with less than optimal air movement, we would suggest that you use the 3M 60926 Filter/Cartridge Combination. This adds a layer of charcoal to the P100/HEPA Filter. The 60926 is a little harder to breathe through, while also weighing and costing more. That said, ignoring the chemicals being released when you heat that old paint is not a good idea.

Since most homes with molding worth the effort of paint removal are quite old, lead paint is most surely present. Please don't take chances with your health or that of your family. Lead dust and fumes are serious business. You may want to take a look at our 3M Lead Dust Respirator. This combines the 3M 7093 P100 Filter with the 3M 6000 Half Mask Respirator.

When properly fitted, the 3M 7093 P100 Filter may be used in a variety of applications including welding, brazing, torch cutting, metal pouring, soldering, and exposure to lead, asbestos, cadmium, arsenic, and MDA for concentrations up to 10 times the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) with half face pieces or 50 times PEL with full face pieces. Full face pieces must be quantitatively fit tested to claim assigned protection factor above 10 in negative pressure mode.

Part Number:
7093

Additional Details:

SKU:
MMM01-7093
UPC:
0051131017092
Weight:
0.10 LBS
Width:
8.50 (in)
Height:
1.00 (in)
Depth:
12.00 (in)
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
Protection From:
Particulates

14 Reviews

  • 2
    Smell still coming through

    Posted by Welder on Apr 26th 2018

    Tried using these filters over the 2097 pancake ones for steelworking and can still smell the fumes indicating that burning, welding and grinding particulates are still getting through.

  • 5
    3M 7093 P100 Particulate Filter (Pair)

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  • 5
    Great filters

    Posted by LzrdLps on Feb 17th 2015

    Like the P-100 filters. No dust gets by them. Easy to install. Does not hamper vision.

  • 4
    No dirty air

    Posted by Bouger on Nov 14th 2014

    Keeps the dust from getting into your lungs, great for all my sanding. I would recommend this filter.

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Lizzie on Oct 6th 2014

    Good product, good quality, would definitely recommend this product!

  • 5
    great design

    Posted by schwing on Aug 21st 2014

    I really like these as opposed to the round, disk shaped filters. I struggle with high lead. For some reason, I seem to absorb every molecule I come into contact with. I started wearing gloves and a mask even shooting outdoors and it has helped a lot. With these, they are lower profile and don't garner as many stares. They also don't seem quite as prone to popping off of the mask as the round ones do.

  • 5
    Works Great

    Posted by Howard on Aug 15th 2013

    Use for indoor shooting.

    Pros:
    Good size, Not in the way

    Cons:
    A little hard to talk


  • 5
    Great

    Posted by Fabien on Aug 15th 2013

    The fact that the filter element is encase in plastic is great to protect it against water or hitting on hard surface

    Pros:
    Price, Compact, Efficient, Tough

    Cons:
    Cannot be cleaned

  • 5
    Easy to find

    Posted by gstaak on Aug 15th 2013

    Worked like a charm and for me I did not have to buy a five year supply all at once.

    Pros:
    Exact fit

    Cons:
    Nothing