Looking for top-quality respirators to protect against airborne contaminants while painting? Look no further than the 3M™ Versaflo™ Powered Air Purifying Respirator Painters Kit TR-800-PSK/94248(AAD). This kit provides reliable protection from occupational respiratory hazards, guarding your respiratory system, eyes, and face.
The TR-800-PSK comes with everything needed to get started, including an Intrinsically Safe motor/blower that minimizes the risk of fire or explosion while you work. Notably, the PAPR blower is rated at Division 1 for Classes I, II, and III under UL 60079, 6th Edition, 2013, ensuring you’ll have intrinsically safe protection.
Matt 👌 Wilson 👌II 👌 –
I use this system on a daily basis on a 7-day on, 1 day off schedule. I have had 3 generations of 3M PAPR systems and have had no issues. The only drawback to this system is weight. It is significantly heavier than the 300 series system. But, the battery lasts longer and it has a filter life indicator. the filter door does have corners that, if you are in rough environments , may catch on things. Other than that, highly recommend.
The helmet with this system is much better than hoods. Easier to clean. It does not cover your ears so you can still hear. Can talk on a phone if needed. It also is easier to put gowns on for ppe as one can easily take off/on helmet. Also helmet is much easier to clean than the hoods. This PAPR system gives security and confidence about protection it offers. Battery lasts long. Will need to adjust your sitting position has the pack straps along your waisted. Helmet may get a little tiring during the day, but you will get used to it.
Mr. Tong –
The media could not be loaded. Simply the best money can buy.
Luis M. –
Not as comfortable as expected but for car painting specially for shooting clear works marvels
Xavier Maldonado –
Battery is too bulky for active ER Nursing care. Battery only lasts 5-6 hours (mosty 5.5 hours), and is very heavy. Sitting in a chair is a challenge, and having to change the battery during a busy shift is almost impossible. Additionally, you have to use a wrench to remove and replace battery (one battery costs $850). Overall, not for ER nurses, I would consider purchasing another unit with a lighter, more compact battery with a upper back or side battery holder of some sort. Note to 3M, hire nurse consultants to design a unit for nurses; there is a large maket within the nursing community.
It works great, I don’t smell any paint or clear when using this.
Deborah Smith –
Battery not eay access
Mr. Tong –
Simply the best money can buy.