3M™ Spray Paint Respirator 4251 is our half-mask hybrid respirator that can be used until damaged, clogged or saturated. It features twin inhalation valves, large, bonded carbon filters and a low resistance exhalation valve to make breathing more comfortable.
For enhanced breathability when spray painting, brush and roller painting, orbital and manual sanding, use 3M™ Spray Paint Respirator 4251. Our no maintenance, disposable half mask respirator is ready to wear and can be used multiple times, or until damaged, particulate filters clog, or gas filters become saturated. It’s engineered to provide A1 protection during trade tasks around the home and garden, and P2 protection against medium level fine dusts and oil or water based mists. Featuring twin inhalation valves, large, bonded carbon filters and a low resistance exhalation valve, breathing is comfortable and resistance is reduced. It’s tested and approved to comply with European standards and is compatible with 3M Eyewear and Hearing Protection.
- Maintenance-free respirator for spray painting, brush and roller painting, orbital and manual sanding
- A1 protection against organic gases and vapours such as solvent based paint, adhesive and cleaning detergents*
- P3 provides protection against high level fine dusts and oil or water based mists*
- Ready to use with no maintenance required – use until damaged, particulate filters clog or gas filters become saturated
- Enhanced breathability and reduced resistance provided by twin inhalation valves and large bonded carbon filters, compared to single filter masks
- Comfortable breathing due to low resistance exhalation valve
- Tested and approved to comply with European standards - CE Mark 0086 (EN 405:2001 + A1:2009 FFA1P2 R D)
- Users must be trained and have read all user instructions. Misuse may cause injury, severe or life threatening illness
- Pack contents: 1 respirator
- Compatible with 3M Eyewear and Hearing Protection
- *This product helps protect against certain organic gases and vapours (bp > 65 °C) in concentrations up to 10 x WEL or 1000 ppm (whichever is the lower) and particles in concentrations up to 10 x WEL