Honeywell ONE-Fit N95 Particulate Respirator with Breather Valve, 10/box
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Honeywell ONE-Fit Molded Cup N95 Respirator with Breather Valve
Rigid shell resists collapsing in heat and humidity!
- Strong and rigid outer shell protects the filter media so it stays cleaner looking longer. The shell prevents collapsing in high humidity and moist environments, so the respirator holds its shape longer. So, you'll change out less frequently... saving money.
- Contoured mask and molded nose bridge seals easily for a snug, comfortable fit with less adjustment necessary and minimal pressure points.
- Latex free straps are securely attached via dual welds so they won't break at the seal. Woven straps does not pull or tangle hair.
- Soft inner lining and lightweight construction decrease fatigue and extend comfort and wear time.
- Meets NIOSH 84A-4378 standards. Meets CDC guidelines for M. tuberculosis exposure control. Recommended for protection against many substances included pandemic diseases such as H5N1 Avian Flu and SARs.
- Excellent for protection from dust, mists, and fumes in non-oil environments - welding, grinding, trash processing, auto-body, landscaping, fiberglass/drywall installation, etc.
- Universal One-Size respirator fits most - unless you have a really small face. Compatible with spectacles. Hypo-allergenic.
THIS ITEM IS NON-RETURNABLE DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS.
Unfortunately, demand is exceeding supply, so please only buy if you are going to use it.
Protection from exposure to M. tuberculosis, H5N1 Avian Flu, SARs, when properly worn.
- Wood sanding/cutting, landscaping and yard maintenance, welding and metal cutting, fiberglass installation, drywall installation, grinding, trash processing.
Q. Do respirator valves decrease their effectiveness against bioaerosols?
A. No, valves do not effect the respirator's ability to reduce the wearer's exposure to bioaerosols. The exhalation valve is only open during exhalation to allow air to exit, reducing breathing resistance. It is tightly closed during inhalation, so inhaled air does not enter through the valve or bypass the mask filter. That said, as the exhalation valve should not be worn by a person exhibiting illness symptoms, as exhaled particles leaving the valve enter the surrounding environment, potentially exposing other people.
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