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3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M M Breathe Easy Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) for First Responders
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Warning: Read the printed User Instructions provided with each 3MBreathe Easy system before use. The User Instructions include numerous warnings that, if not followed, could result in serious injury, sickness or death. The employer must have a written respirator program in place in accordance with the OSHA standard for respiratory protection: 29 CFR Infection control personnel should also be consulted regarding any policies or procedures related to infectious agents.
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Hood / Full Facepiece Breathing Tube Motor Blower, Belt, Flow Meter, Battery, Cartridges (3) Battery Charger Breathe Easy PAPR Components 6000DINTychem® QCButyl Rubber
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Intended Use PAPR with hood or full facepiece may reduce exposure by factor of 1000 Not for use with contaminant concentrations that are immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) Not for use in oxygen deficient environments (< 19.5%) Motor blower draws contaminated air through a cartridge and blows filtered air up into head covering When properly used, it helps reduce respiratory exposure to gases, vapors and particles including biological and radiological aerosols
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M hour run time (less at high or low temperatures) Storage: -4° to 115° F (-20° to 45° C), dry (< 85% relative humidity) Low voltage indicator light located on top of battery If battery switch is turned on, red light indicates that battery must be recharged Shortly after red light comes on, battery will shut down (red light will no longer function) Color strip indicates year of manufacture Up to 400 charge/discharge cycles A new battery must be fully charged and completely discharged three times to reach full capacity Rechargeable NiMH Battery BP-15
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 BC-210 includes power cord BC-200 does NOT include power cord Can link up to 10 chargers together Charges battery in 4 hours Batteries may be charged any time during discharge cycle Charge batteries between 50°F (10ºC) and 90°F (32ºC). If a battery feels hot, let it cool for 1/2 hour before charging. Do not charge batteries stacked together, on top of charger, or in an enclosed cabinet Heat must be allowed to dissipate BC-200/210 Chargers
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Before use of a new Smart Battery Charger BC-210/BC-200, remove plastic protective cover between power base and adapter module. Plug the charger power cord into the battery charger and the other end into a wall outlet LED on the power base indicates status of charger Battery Charging Power Base StatusLED Status Power is ok, ready to start chargingSteady green Excess current, not ready to chargeSteady yellow Too hotSteady Red
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Insert charging lead into socket on top of battery. LED indicator on adapter module shows charging status Battery Charging (Cont.) Charger StatusLED Status Power ONMomentary (single) flash green Standby; waiting to chargeSteady yellow Rapid chargingRapid flashing green Top-off chargeSlow flashing green Charge complete; ready modeSteady green Battery faultSteady Red
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M M Battery Pack, Lithium R01 Non-rechargeable. 12 hour run time. Grid printed on side of label allows user to mark number of hours used. 10 year shelf life. A manufacturing date code (MM/YY) is printed on the side of the label. 32°F to 120°F (0° C to 48° C) operating temperature. After final use, the battery should be completely discharged using the de-activation device located on the top of the battery. See User Instructions for further information. May wish to train with rechargeable NiMH batteries and store PAPRS with lithium batteries May not be shipped on passenger aircraft
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Cartridges / Canisters 3M Cartridge FR-57 –Use with Tychem QC or butyl rubber hood or 6000DIN –NIOSH Approved: Organic vapor, chlorine, hydrogen chloride, chlorine dioxide, sulfur dioxide, ammonia, methylamine, formaldehyde, hydrogen fluoride or HEPA. Not approved, but will work against CN and CS –All known biological and chemical warfare agents 3M Canister FR-40 –Use with 6000DIN –NIOSH approved: Organic vapor, chlorine, hydrogen chloride, sulfur dioxide, ammonia, alpha chloroacetophenone (CN), ortho chlorobenzylidene malonitrile (CS) or phosphine; and HEPA –All known biological and chemical warfare agents
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Cartridge Replacement –.–. The cartridge has been physically damaged The PAPR does not pass the air flow test with a properly charged battery Required by administrative procedures including infection control guidelines According to a cartridge change schedule –Depends on contaminant, concentration, temperature, relative humidity, flow rate, etc. –Please see Service Life Software or technical data bulletins for 3M Canister FR-40 and 3M Cartridge FR-57 at The cartridges must be changed if:
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Inspect hood or facepiece for damage. Check breathing tube for any punctures Ensure that cartridges have not expired and have not been opened Check body of the motor blower unit for cracks or general wear. Ensure that NiMH battery has been charged or that there are enough hours remaining on the lithium battery. Perform air flow check Before Use: Inspection
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 – 6 CFM location on flow meter for use with hood – 4 CFM location on flow meter for use with 6000DIN If PAPR does not pass the test, repeat inspection or see your supervisor. Do not use unit. Reattach breathing tube to blower Air Flow Check Remove breathing tube from blower Attach cartridges and remove plugs Insert airflow indicator into blower and turn PAPR on. Middle of ball in flow indicator must rise up to at least
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Attach the unit to your waist and turn PAPR on. Push the slotted end of the breathing tube into the connector in the rear of the hood until it snaps into place. Pull the hood over your head and adjust it so the headband wraps around your head. Tuck the inner shroud under your protective clothing and allow the outer shroud to hang outside your clothing. Donning with 3M Hoods R-Series
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Attach the unit to your waist and turn PAPR on. Invert straps over front of facepiece. Press facepiece against face and pull straps over head. Adjust straps. Unscrew breathing tube from front of facepiece. Cover inlet port with hand and inhale to perform user seal check. If the facepiece doesnt seal properly, readjust and repeat user seal check. If you cant pass the user seal check, dont use unit. See your supervisor. Reconnect breathing tube to facepiece. Donning with 3M Full Facepiece 6000DIN
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M M RRPAS Bag / Vest Unzip the bag on a flat surface. Separate the hook and loop fasteners on the vest flaps, and extend the flaps to either side. Ensure that the blower and battery are securely attached to the vest. Turn the bag over. Fold the top corners down at a 45 degree angle and press against the hook and loop fasteners. Place each carrying strap between the fastening strips. Fold the sides toward the center and press against the hook and loop fasteners.
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 RRPAS (cont.) Grasp the shoulder straps and bring them forward. Bring the panels with pouches to the front and don the vest as you would a jacket. Place the right side of the vest against your stomach. Press the left side on top to secure the hook and loop fasteners. Make sure the waist belt is not twisted and is behind the battery pack. Connect the belt and adjust to fit.
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 ProblemPossible CausesCorrective Action Smell or taste contaminants, irritation during use Misuse, improper assembly, or malfunction of equipment Leave work area immediately and contact supervisor. Do not use PAPR until corrected. Blower does not run Battery is discharged Faulty power switch Faulty motor Recharge or replace battery Replace motor blower Low airflowBattery needs charging Filter in cartridge is loaded PAPR blower malfunction Breathing tube restricted. Use fully charged battery Replace cartridge Switch to a different blower unit Remove restriction
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Cleaning Follow the industrial hygiene / infection control practices established by your employer for the specific contaminants to which you have been exposed. For general cleaning, wipe the outside surfaces of the PAPR system with a solution of warm water and mild detergent. Do not clean with organic solvents. Do not soak the blower unit or battery in cleaning solutions. Wipe with a cloth dampened with clean warm water. If necessary wipe with a cloth dampened with a hypochlorite solution (1 oz. [30ml] household bleach in 2 gallons [7.5 L] of water). Other methods of cleaning, disinfection or sterilization have not been tested for compatibility with the PAPR, may damage the PAPR system, and therefore must not be used.
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 Storage Store components in a cool dry area that is free from contaminants and direct sunlight. Store in such a way as to protect the PAPR from physical damage. –For the hood, tuck the shroud up into the head area to help preserve the shape of the lens. Respirators assigned to an individual should be marked as such or stored in a specific location.
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 NiMH batteries stored at room temperature lose about 2% charge per day (more rapidly at higher temperature) NiMH batteries may be left connected to charger Trickle charge overcomes normal charge loss Infrequently used batteries that are not left on a charger should be charged initially, then at least monthly Batteries subjected to prolonged storage (longer than 1 year) may lose capacity to hold a full charge Run PAPR with airflow indicator and determine if 6 cfm is maintained for desired use time If necessary, charging and discharging battery 2 or 3 times may restore battery capacity Battery Storage
3M TM Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division © 3M 2004 According to OSHA, respirators used for emergencies must be inspected monthly and before and after use. Visually inspect entire PAPR system (blower, breathing tube and hood or head cover) for damage. Check that cartridge caps and plugs are intact and that the shelf life printed on bottom of cartridge has not been exceeded. Perform a flow check. If flow is not adequate, make sure that battery has been properly charged. Replace cartridge, battery or charger as necessary. Suggested Monthly Maintenance
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