3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection
3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection
3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection
3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection
3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection
3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection
3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection
3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection
3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection

3M 8511 Respirator, N95, 8 x 10 Pack Cool Flow Valve Wuhan Coronavirus Protection

Regular price $340.00
3M 8511 N95 NIOSH approved Respiratory Protection 
3M™ Particulate Respirator Face Mask - 8 x 10 Pack in Retail Boxes (80 Masks Total).  Shipped in 1 Carton.
We have over 2,600 masks in stock as of February 12th, ready to ship.
Due to the nature of the use - NO RETURN will be accepted.

Features
  • NIOSH APPROVED N95
  • 3M's most popular valved disposable respirator
  • No components made from natural rubber latex
  • Advanced Electrostatic Media that enhances the capture of airborne particles while allowing you to breathe easier
  • COOL FLOW VALVE helps reduce heat and lets you breathe easier
  • LIGHTWEIGHT design makes it COMFORTABLE for long wear
  • Braided headbands two-strap design with dual point attachment helps provide a secure seal
  • ADJUSTABLE M SHAPED NOSE CLIP helps ensure a custom, secure seal
8210 versus 8511 (from an user)
The 8511 (this product) has a respirator device - that plastic bump out in the middle of the mask. The respirator helps you breathe easier. The 8210 does not have this feature. It is the difference between breathing easy and breathing through layers of material. Maybe not a big deal if you are young, healthy and have no breathing problems. However, I am prepping for a medical emergency and I am assuming patients will have breathing problems (congestion in lungs, smoke inhalation) so I want people to breathe as comfortably as possible.