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Nuisance odor filters for the GVS Elipse P100 Half-Mask Respirators (#58759 and #59101, sold separately).

2-Pack Replacement Odor Filters for GVS Elipse P100 Masks

Item #
57944

Added carbon elements help to remove low level odors and gases in addition to particulate matter. Small, thin, flexible cartridges are simple to install. Innovative encapsulation design with a filter efficiency of 99.97%. Sold as a set (2 filters) and fits both S/M and M/L size masks.


Features:

  • Small, thin, flexible filter cartridges are easily interchanged
  • Excellent protection against dust, mists, fumes and low-level odors
  • Filter is hydrophobic (water-resistant)
(2) Nuisance Odor Filters for GVS Elipse P100 Masks
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number SPR450
Weight 0.1000
Tech Spec
  • Filter Media: HESPA with carbons to eliminate odors
  • Pore Size: (µm) 0,3
  • Dimensions: 0.47'' x 3.7'' x 1.97'' (widest point)
  • Retention Range: 99.97% (minimum efficiency)
  • Ref. Standard: NIOSH P100 TC-84A-6950
  • Operating Temperature: -5°C +55°C; - 23°F to 131°F
Type Finishing, Woodworking
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Needed to replace mine
Lori Q on Apr 10, 2019
Finishing
Brian S on Apr 1, 2018
Needed to replace mine
Lori Q on Apr 10, 2019
can never have enough filters on stand by
Elizabeth S on Apr 5, 2018
Finishing
Brian S on Apr 1, 2018
To go with my respirator
RUTH W on Feb 24, 2018
In case of future need.
Joel H on Feb 12, 2018
For backup replace.
Victor L on Jan 21, 2018
I use the respirator when applying oil based finishes
andy w on Aug 9, 2017
can never have enough filters on stand by
Elizabeth S on Apr 5, 2018
To go with my respirator
RUTH W on Feb 24, 2018
Does this work for spraying finishes?
Logan S on Jul 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It doesn't work as well as I was hoping for. I can still smell the Polyurethane while spraying. I have been using it as a dust mask rather than a respirator. It also builds up a lot of condensation inside the mask. Hope this helps.