CE certified face mask n95 more protection wholesale
1. Protection against laser plumes of surgical smoke
2. Bacterial filter efficiency >99.9%
3. Available in 4 color coded sizes
4. Highest ASTM level of fluid resistance 160 mm Hg
5. Not manufactured with natural rubber latex
6. No need for pre-stretching straps
7. Molded nose bridge seals easily without a metal noseband
8. Facepiece is naturally contoured without pressure points
9. Straps are securely attached so they don't break at the seal
10. Soft foam nose cushion for added comfort
11. CE certified to have a filter efficiency of 95%
Structure of the face mask n95
What's the difference between n95 face mask and FFP2 face mask?
FFP2 & N95 are both recommended by World Health Organisation to help reduce the spread of the Corona-virus, Flu, and Virus.
They are not exactly the same, but are an equivalent standard. FFP2 is a European standard, N95 is a USA standard.
What do face mask n95 look like?
The Hygiene Face Mask are a half-mask respirator that covers the nose and mouth when fitted properly. They have 2 elastic headbands to keep the mask in place and are white in colour. They also have a small metal section that sits across the bridge of the nose when in use.
How to use n95 face mask?
These hygiene face mask n95 are easy to use and can be worn by anyone. To fit, simply hold the mask and place it over your nose and mouth. Bring both elasticated headbands over your head and adjust the position until it’s comfortable.
The bottom elasticated headband should sit at the nape of your neck and the top elasticated headband should sit just above the crest of your head, the widest part.
Once the face mask is in place, you can adjust the fitting on your nose by pinching or moving the metal bridge section so that it fits closely but without being too tight.
The masks are comfortable to wear as they are lightweight and non-bulky.
Are the n95 face mask re-usable?
These face mask n95 are not marketed as re-usable masks because respirator dust masks are usually intended for use in a construction environment.
However, the OSHA directive indicates that a respirator can be reused as long as it maintains its structural and functional integrity and the filter material is not physically damaged or soiled.