Scott Safety Pro 2000 Filters

Scott Safety Pro2000 filters are available as Gas filters, P3 filters or combined filters – a combination of both gas and P3 which typically use a standard 40mm DIN screw thread.

Pro2000 filters now have limited availability, however, we have some left until stocks last!

Pro2000 Filters

The 3M Scott Safety Pro2000 Filters range offers a wide choice of filters for specific respiratory challenges, providing high quality and cost efficient protection.

Suitable for use with

Versaflo Powered Air Purifying Respirator, AVIVA40 half mask, Vision 4000, Promask Single, M98 and M95 full-face respirators

Fully certified

Scott Filters are certified to AS/NZS 1716:2012

Fully compliant

Comply with EN14387 & EN143

Limited availability

Pro2000 filters now have limited availability, however, we have some left until stocks last

What are Pro2000 Filters?

 

The Scott Pro2000 canister filter range offers a wide choice of filters for specific respiratory challenges, providing high quality and cost efficient protection. Highest specificaion filter media and materials ensure durability and reliability in the most demanding applications.

Combining low weight and low breathing resistance, Scott Pro2000 filters are manufactured using superior performance media, giving extended adsorption capacity for gas and combined filters and unrivalled efficiency for the particle element. Pro2000 filters are fully EN approved to the latest standards, marked ‘R’ for re-usable (EN 143:2000/ A1:2006), CE certified, and connect via a 40 mm EN148-1 thread. CE approvals: EN143, EN14387. CE0121.

Scott Safety P3 Pro2000 filters are suitable for use with the 3M Scott Safety AVIVA40 half masks, Proflow, Vision full-face respirators and Versaflo powered air respirators.

 

Key features of Pro2000 Filters:

Particle filters trap solid and liquid particles, e.g. dusts, smoke, welding fumes, mists, micro-organisms and radioactive particles

Gas filters protect against hazardous gases and vapours

Combined filters protect against both gaseous and particulate contaminants