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3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-Air III Supplied Air System with V-100 Vortex Air-Cooling Valve and 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100MP, 27-5702-30SW, with Hard Hat, SideWindows and Auto-Darkening Filter 9100XX, Shades 5, 8-13

SKU:3MM27-5702-30SW

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3M Speedglas Fresh-Air III Supplied Air System with V-100 Vortex Air-Cooling Valve and 3M Speedglas Welding Helmet 9100 MP, 3MM27-5702-30SW, with Hard Hat, SideWindows and Auto-Darkening Filter 9100XX
3M Speedglas Welding 9100MP Welding Helmets are top-of-the-line welding helmet series that provides a comfortable yet all in one welding protection for a wide variety of applications and for highly demanding environments which includes projects such as Offshore Rigs, Mines, Windmills, Ships, Power Plants and Skyscrapers. The 3M Speedglas 9100 MP (Multi-Protection) Series provides safety & protection to a welder's head, eyes, face, hearing and respiratory system. Easy to use systems, these comfortable all-in-one welding protection gear are of high performance and has an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) assigned protection factor (APF) of 25.

The 3M Speedglas Fresh-Air III Supplied Air System 27-5702-30SW is a supplied air respiratory system that includes the V-100 Vortex Air-Cooling Valve, Speedglas Welding Helmet 9100 MP and Auto-Darkening Filter 9100XX. Designed with a with Hard Hat and SideWindows. The Welding Helmet can provide overhead protection which also provides an increase in peripheral vision, excellent optical quality and function. Welding respiratory protection system featuring the V-100 cool-air valve. Lightweight belt-mounted valve permits welders to lower temperature of air entering headpiece by up to 50°F (28°C), ideal for hot, strenuous jobs.

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  • Style: 3M Speedglas Fresh-Air III Supplied Air System with V-100 Vortex Air-Cooling Valve and 3M Speedglas Welding Helmet 9100 MP, 27-5702-30SW, with Hard Hat, SideWindows and Auto-Darkening Filter 9100XX
  • Brand: Fresh-Air III‎
  • Dark Shades‎: Shade 5, 8-13‎
  • Features‎: Supplied Air‎
  • Headgear Type‎: Respiratory Assembly‎ , Welding Helmet‎
  • Product Series‎ Fresh-Air III V-100 (Supplied Air)‎
  • Recommended Application: Grinding‎ , Welding‎
  • Recommended Industry‎: Construction‎ , Military Maintenance, Repair and Operation (MRO)‎, Mining‎, Oil & Gas‎
  • Sensitivity: 5 Level (TIG>1A & MIG/MAG, Stick)‎
  • Standards/Approvals‎: ANSI Z87.1-2010‎
  • Visor Type: Auto-Darkening Filter‎

The 3M Speedglas Welding Helmet 9100 MP features:

  • Flip-up assembly for grinding and prep work
  • SideWindows - Shade 5 side filters that increase peripheral vision
  • Ergonomic, adjustable head suspension for increased comfort, helmet stability and weight distribution
  • 3M Speedglas Auto-Darkening Filter 9100XX with 2.8" x 4.2" viewing area
  • Selectable Shades 5, 8-13 and Shade 3 light state; Grinding and Tack modes
  • For use with all Stick, MIG, and TIG welding processes
  • Five-position sensitivity control
  • Adjustable recovery delay
  • Offers Assigned Protection Factor (APF) of 25 when used as a NIOSH-approved system
  • Meets ANSI Z89.1 - 2009 requirements for Type 1 Class G hardhats
  • Meets ANSI Z87.1-2010
  • Earmuff protection available as optional accessory
  • Storage bag, welding cap and starter kit included

Additional Information

MPN 27-5702-30SW
SKU 3MM27-5702-30SW
Manufacturer 3M
Brand 3M Speedglas
Family 3M Speedglas
Main Category Welding
Sub Category N/A
UPC No
UOM EA
Prop 65 N/A
Weight 1.2500
Dimension No
Material No

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This article coaintn Review by Gabriel
This article coaintns flagrant exaggerations and an inflammatory title. HR 910 does not turn back the clock on energy savings or anti-pollution efforts. It has no effect on ‘dependence on foreign oil’. The purpose of HR910 is to temper a bad ruling made during the lame duck session of Congress late last fall.HR 910 is available on the Gov web site for you to read. It amends the Clean Air Act provisions that were recently added giving excessive power to EPA to interpret and enforce greenhouse gas (GHG) restrictions. Below is a relevant portion showing 2 rules from 2009 and 10 more in 2010. The rules are flawed in that they included water vapor (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2) as regulated GHG. H2O and CO2 are the chemical byproducts of perfect combustion! EPA could regulate all combustion in the US – your furnace, car, grill, cook stove. They could regulate (and fine) you for letting water evaporate from your green clothes dryer (clothesline). Did you know water vapor is the most abundant GHG? How much can your laundry contribute to the planet’s water vapor? You exhale CO2 as you breathe. Should you be regulated? Perhaps marathons should be outlawed because of all the heavy breathing associated. Certainly big city marathons where there are so many people already in a dense area.`(A) `Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases', published at 74 Fed. Reg. 56260 (October 30, 2009).`(B) `Endangerment and Cause or Contribute Findings for Greenhouse Gases Under Section 202(a) of the Clean Air Act', published at 74 Fed. Reg. 66496 (December 15, 2009).`(C) `Reconsideration of Interpretation of Regulations That Determine Pollutants Covered by Clean Air Act Permitting Programs', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 17004 (April 2, 2010) and the memorandum from Stephen L. Johnson, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator, to EPA Regional Administrators, concerning `EPA's Interpretation of Regulations that Determine Pollutants Covered by Federal Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Permit Program' (December 18, 2008).`(D) `Prevention of Significant Deterioration and Title V Greenhouse Gas Tailoring Rule', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 31514 (June 3, 2010).`(E) `Action To Ensure Authority To Issue Permits Under the Prevention of Significant Deterioration Program to Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Finding of Substantial Inadequacy and SIP Call', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 77698 (December 13, 2010).`(F) `Action To Ensure Authority To Issue Permits Under the Prevention of Significant Deterioration Program to Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Finding of Failure To Submit State Implementation Plan Revisions Required for Greenhouse Gases', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 81874 (December 29, 2010).`(G) `Action to Ensure Authority To Issue Permits Under the Prevention of Significant Deterioration Program to Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Federal Implementation Plan', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 82246 (December 30, 2010).`(H) `Action to Ensure Authority to Implement Title V Permitting Programs Under the Greenhouse Gas Tailoring Rule', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 82254 (December 30, 2010).`(I) `Determinations Concerning Need for Error Correction, Partial Approval and Partial Disapproval, and Federal Implementation Plan Regarding Texas Prevention of Significant Deterioration Program', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 82430 (December 30, 2010).`(J) `Limitation of Approval of Prevention of Significant Deterioration Provisions Concerning Greenhouse Gas Emitting-Sources in State Implementation Plans', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 82536 (December 30, 2010).`(K) `Determinations Concerning Need for Error Correction, Partial Approval and Partial Disapproval, and Federal Implementation Plan Regarding Texas Prevention of Significant Deterioration Program; Proposed Rule', published at 75 Fed. Reg. 82365 (December 30, 2010).`(L) Except for actions listed in paragraph (2), any other Federal action under this Act occurring before the date of enactment of this section that applies a stationary source permitting requirement or an emissions standard for a greenhouse gas to address climate change.HR 910 prevents EPA from regulating these gases as if they were pollutants. Does this increase dependence on foreign oil? Only within the context of one heinous assumption: that the purpose of the above 12 legislative addendums to the Clean Air Act was to forcibly restrict the energy consumption of all US citizens and thus further cripple the economy of the USA as a way to reduce petroleum usage. Sadly, this is far too close to the truth.This country leads the world in energy conservation and pollution control. We do not wish to go back. That does not give license to impose scientifically unsound restrictions on our citizens. Arbitrary CAFc9 standards cannot be imposed. Fuel economy improvements from technology improvements are marginal. The new fuel economy demands can only be reached by severely reducing the size, weight, and wind resistance of automobiles. There is an assumption that people will (or can) buy these cars. Danger! Our government will demand that you buy one even if it does not suit your needs.We must provide incentives to corporations and citizens to adopt more fuel-conscious ways of living. Edicts from unelected officials in a bureaucracy are not the American way. If you disagree, spend a half year in a totalitarian society. You will want to come home. Hopefully home will not have been crippled to a medieval existence. That is turning back the clock.This is not about Clean Air. It is about fixing some hastily crafted, bad plans. Let us unite behind some decent, workable plans to protect our air and our economy. (Posted on 12/14/2015)

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