For what substances are P3 filters used?

Here is a selection of the chemical substances that P3 filters are used for. The condition is that the mask is correctly assembled, tested and used according to the user manual.

P3 filters do not work for gases. We reserve for any incorrect entries in the list.
 

A

Acetal
Acetaldehyde
Adipic acid
Aluminium
Aluminium chloride
Aluminium metal
Aluminium oxide
Aluminium, soluble compounds
Aluminium, welding smoke
Ammonium sulfamate
Antimony
Antimony trioxide
Asbestos (except crocidolite)
Atrazine

B

Barium oxide
Barium, soluble compounds
Benzo(a)pyrene
Benzoyl peroxide
Beryllium
Beryllium compounds
Beta-Propiolactone
Bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate
Bismuth telluride
Bismuth telluride with selenium
Boron oxide

C

Cadmium (and inorganic cadmium compounds)
Cadmium oxide
Caesium hydroxide
Calcium cyanamide
Calcium hydroxide (burnt lime)
Calcium oxide (unburned lime)
Carbaryl
Carbon black
Carbon dust (including carbon black)
Cement dust
Chlorates
Chromates
Chrome
Chromic acid anhydride
Cobalt (and inorganic compounds, dust and smoke)
Copper (smoke)
Cotton, (dust, raw cotton)
Cristobalite
Cyhexatin

D

DDT
Diisodecul phthalate
Disulfiram
Diuron
Dust
Dust and mist (total dust organically)

E

EDTA
Endrin
Enzymes (subtilisins)

F

Ferbam
Fibreglass (synthetic inorganic fibres)

G

Graphite
Graphite dust
Graphite, synthetic

H

Hafnium
Hard plastic dust

I

Iron oxide

J
K
L

Lead acetate, Lead(II) acetate
Lead chromate
Lead phosphate
Lead – applies also to inorganic lead compounds (dust & smoke)
Lithium hydride
Lye

M

Magnesium oxide
Manganese
Melamine
MMMF (Mineral fibres)
Molybdenum

N

Nickel (as metal)
Nickel subsulfide
N-Methyl-N

O

Oxalic acid
Ozone 10028-15-6 B Reactor Hg- P3 0,1 0,2 6)

P

Paper dust
Paraffin (smoke)
Paraffin oil (including oil smoke)
Perlite
Pewter (II) oxide
Phosphorus (white, yellow)
Phosphorus pentasulphide
Picric acid
Pindone
Platinum (metal)
Platinum (soluble compounds)
Polyester (total dust)
Potassium aluminium silicate
Potassium permanganate
PVC dust

Q

Quartz

R

Radon (for odours it's required more than P3)
Rhodium

S

Selenium
Silicone
Silicone dioxide, amorphous
Silver (soluble compounds)
Silver(1+)nitrate (Lapis)
Sodium azide
Sodium fluoroacetate
Sodium hydroxide
Sodium metasilicate
Sodium perborate
Sodium pyrophosphate
Sodium tetraborate
Sodium tetraborate decahydrate (borax)
Strychnine

T

Talcum
Tellurium
Tetrasodium pyrophosphate
Textile dust
Thallium
Titanium dioxide
2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid
Tridymite
Triphenyl phosphate
Tungsten, easily soluble compounds

U

Uranium (and uranium compounds)

V

Vanadium
Vanadium oxide (total dust)
Vanadium, dust
Vanadium, smoke

W

Warfarin
Wood dust, hardwood types
Wood dust, softwood types

Y

Yttrium

Z

Zinc chloride
Zinc oxide (smoke)
Ziram
Zirconium compounds