Versaflo AC Adapter for AP-621-1 Monitor
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3M Versaflo AP-600 Air Filtration Part - AC Adapter 3MMAP-624-1 Designed for use with 3M Versaflo Supplied Air Respirator Systems, 3M has created a line known as the AP-600 Series. The series consists of air filtration panels that are lightweight, compact and portable. Produced for the purpose to filter certain common compressed air contaminants and regulate air pressure to ensure safety and protection against harmful particulates in an environment's air. Air Filtration Panels are used to control the pressure of air delivered to a supplied air respirator and to remove contaminants from compressed air to make it safer to breathe. The AP-600 series air panels have low back pressure which helps to enable their use in more applications where plant air pressures is restriction. In addition, with low backpressure, users can enable a wider choice of respirator system components.
The 3M Versaflo AC Adapter AP-624 is used to power the Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen (CO/O2) Monitor AP-621. The AP-624 adapter helps to reduce cost by eliminating the need for batteries. Not intrinsically safe.
- Brand: 3M
- Style: 3M Versaflo AC Adapter AP-624
- Product Series: Versaflo AP-600 Air Filtration Panel
- Used With: AP-621-1 Monitor
- Intrinsically Safe: No
- Recommended Industries: Automotive, Petrochemical, Public Utilities, Shipbuilding, Construction, Military, Mining, Pharmaceutical
- Recommended Applications: Spray Painting, Sandblasting, Welding, Tank Cleaning, Toxic Material Handling, Hazardous Material Clean Up, Chipping, Grinding
There are four potential sources of contamination to breathing air in a typical system, and 3M Versaflo Air Filtration Panels can help with them all:
- Atmospheric Contaminants: Environmental pollution which includes particulates and odors that can be drawn into a compressor air inlet. Poorly positioned air inlets can also allow carbon monoxide from vehicles to be drawn into plant air.
- Air Distribution Piping: Rust and scale, oil and water can all accumulate in old piping, and contribute to airborne particles, mists and odors in plant air.
- Compressor Contaminants: The quickly moving parts inside a compressor can generate oil mists and fine particles that can be carried along in compressed plant air. In worst case conditions, lubricating oil can burn and produce dangerous levels of carbon monoxide gas.
- Leaks: Faulty piping or pipe connections can allow airborne workplace gases and vapors to be drawn into the air stream of a compressed air system.
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