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1.0
General Data
1.1
Manufacturer
Dräger Safety AG & Co. KGaA Revalstraße 1, D – 23 560 Luebeck, Germany
1.2
Designation
X-plore filter bayonet OV/P100
1.3
Dräger part no.
6738034
1.4
Intended use
Respiratory protection against industrial gases, vapors and particles in conjunction with a specified face piece. Scope of protection as indicated by product documentation, technical standards and installed application rules.

2.0
Design & Construction
2.1
Connection to facepiece
Dräger-specific bayonet connection
2.2
Materials
Cartridge housing: ABS-plastic Sorbents: activated carbon Particle filter: micro-glass fibres Labels: paper
2.3
Design
The cartridge housing is tear drop shaped. At the inhalation side the cartridge housing has integrated air inlets. There is one filter bed with activated carbon. It is fixed by the housing parts and fleece materials. The particle filter is made of pleated paper. A leaktight connection between the particle filter and the particle filter housing is performed by glue. The gas filter part and the particle filter are connected leaktightly by ultrasonic welding.
2.4
Working principle
Gases and vapors are removed from the ambient air by adsorption onto the sorbent (carbon), particles are filtered by the fibre filter.
2.5
Shelf life
max. 6 years (4+2) from date of production
2.6
Dimensions
Outer diameter: Height (incl. bayonet connection): Volume carbon: Volume of the filter:
106 x 84 mm (L x B) 59 mm 107 ml 186 ml
2.7
Weight
Excl. package:
approx. 140 g
3.0
Performance Data
(minimum data in accordance with standard)
3.1
Particle filtration efficiency
Test aerosol: Minimum efficiency (42 CFR 84):
DOP 99.97%
3.2
Gas filtration capacity
Test conditions (42 CFR 84):
25º C, % rel. humidity differs
Type
Test gas
Test Condition / Flow rate (LPM)
Concentration
Breakthrough Concentration
Minimum Service Life
OV
Organic vapour: Carbon Tetrachloride (CCl4)
as received / 64
equilibrated / 32
1,000 ppm
5 ppm
50 min
3.3
Inhalation breathing resistance (for system of mask and cartridges)
at ½ x 85 litres/min, constant flow (42 CFR 84)
with half mask: max. 50 mm H2O initial with full face mask: max. 50 mm H2O initial
3.4
Mechanical resistance
Resistant to shock and vibration as required by EN 14387:2004
3.5
Chemical resistance
For normal use conditions the filter is resistant against temperature, humidity and corrosives. The filter is internally resistant against the filtering agents (sorbents). Ingress of water or other liquids must be avoided.
4.0
Documentation
4.1
Markings
Catridge label: showing color coding in accordance with 42 CFR part 84 and ANSI/AIHA Z88.7-2001, batch number, expiry date, filter type, part number, designation. Approval marking: NIOSH
4.2
Instructions for use
3 languages: US English, French, Spanish

1.5
Relevant standards
Federal register 42 CFR part 84
1.6
Certification
TC – 84A – 4019, TC – 84A – 4011

5.0
Packing & Packaging
5.1
Package
The filters are packed in pairs in a sealed aluminium foil bag.
7 pairs are packed in a cardboard box accompanied by one instruction for use. The box is robust for normal transportation and storage, closed with factory label indicating part number, filter type, quantity, batch number, expiry date and storage conditions (temperature, humidity).
5.2
Packing unit
7 pairs
6.0
User notes and limitations
6.1
System
For use with
 Dräger half masks X-plore 3300 and X-plore 3500
 Dräger full face mask X-plore 5500
6.2
Limitations
The filter conforms to the minimum requirements of the standard indicated by the class and type of the filter it is marked with. It must be noted that laboratory values can differ from those measured in practice. This may result in longer or shorter break through times. The user must read and understand the instructions for use.