Protective Face Masks

Face Mask Spec:

There are many different protective mask types ranging from respirators to surgical masks that are made to prevent exposure to respiratory droplets. These tiny and large respiratory droplets that can remain suspended in the air for long periods of time. Consumers and professional workers who wear them undergo a fit-test to find the right make, model and size to ensure a tight seal.

  • 1. Thermo Compressed Layered Fabric

  • 2. Flow Rate: 85 L/min Inhalation

  • 3. Resistance: <350 Pa Filters

  • 4. Facial Moldable Materials

  • 5. Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) Rated

**We make no product warranty or fitness for a particular purpose or reuse. User must undertake its own testing and evaluation to determine if the product is suitable for your own application. User to make your own determination whether to discard after usage or disinfect and reuse after each usage.

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Mask Types

There are many different protective mask types ranging from respirators to surgical masks that are made to prevent exposure to respiratory droplets. These tiny and large respiratory droplets that can remain suspended in the air for long periods of time. Consumers and professional workers who wear them undergo a fit-test to find the right make, model and size to ensure a tight seal.

  • N95

  • M555

  • KN95

  • 3-Ply Civil Level Mask

  • Surgical Mask Level II & Level III

FAQ

Should I wear a face mask in public?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently revised their recommendation on face masks for the general public. The CDC now recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

How do I properly wear a cloth face covering?

Cloth face coverings should:

  • Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face and bridge of nose.
  • Be secured firmly with ties or ear loops.
  • Include multiple layers of woven fabric.
  • Allow for normal breathing without restriction.
  • Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to shape.
Can I clean my face mask at home?

Disposable masks made from non-woven fibers, KN95, and N95 masks cannot be safely cleaned at home. Exposure to excessive amounts of water and cleaning products will destroy the fibers and can damage the carbon filtration systems of N95 respirators.


PPE Resource Group™ can help source protective equipment from the United States, Mexico, South America or Asia. We have contacts directly from the manufacturer so your needs for personal protection equipment will be met. We believe in safety made simple.