N95 Mask

R759.99

Why N95 mask is called N95?

N95 masks are so called because they are a U.S. standard that requires masks to be able to filter out at least 95% of very small particles, including droplets containing the coronavirus.
What is an N95 respirator?
  • N95, N99, N100 – Filters at least 95%, 99%, 99.97% of airborne particles. Not resistant to oil.
  • R95, R99, R100 – Filters at least 95%, 99%, 99.97% of airborne particles. Somewhat resistant to oil.
  • P95, P99, P100 – Filters at least 95%, 99%, 99.97% of airborne particles.

Description

What material are N95 masks made of?

polypropylene
The N95 respirator requires a fine mesh of synthetic polymer fibers, specifically a nonwoven polypropylene fabric. It is produced by melt blowing and forms the inner filtration layer that filters out hazardous particles
What does N stand for in N95?
Non
Here is a breakdown of what an N95 mask is: N: This is a Respirator Rating Letter Class. It stands for “Non-Oil” meaning that if no oil-based particulates are present, then you can use the mask in the work environment. Other masks ratings are R (resistant to oil for 8 hours) and P (oil proof).

 

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