6,000 N95 Respirators • NIOSH Approved • FDA Cleared
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NEW ORDERS ESTIMATED TO SHIP BY MARCH 18, 2020 OR SOONER. Please note there are no cancellations or returns.
6,000 Respirators Total • 28 cases • 12 boxes per case • 20 per box
- NIOSH approved.
- FDA cleared.
- Made in USA.
- Meets CDC Guidelines for infection control of Flu, Coronavirus, SARS, Tuberculosis, Anthrax, Smallpox and more.
- Manufactured in USA by Louis M Gerson Co. Model 1730.
- Sonically welded headbands.
- Maximized comfort to fit most faces.
- Highest Level of ASTM Fluid Resistance, 160mm HG
- Single-use only. Must be discarded after one use.
NOTE: Not all N95 masks are equal. Most are for industrial use. This N95 respirator is FDA cleared because it passed stringent fluid resistance testing. Fluid resistance is widely considered critical for airborne viruses transfering via fluid droplets (i.e. coughing, sneezing).
This respirator has been evaluated and approved by the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) and is cleared by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). This product is a N95 Respirator deemed "Surgical" by the FDA. It is not a Surgical Mask. "Surgical N95 Respirators" undergo more rigorous testing and are designed to both prevent the spread of germs and protect the wearer's respiratory system.
Flu Armour offers N95 Respirators that provide the latest in advanced protection and comfort. Each respirator was designed to filter out hazardous microscopic particles and effectively protect the wearer's respiratory system. Soft edges and layered material create a tight seal around the face that is made to be comfortably worn for long periods of time. Conversation stays clear and audible with the away-from-face design. Respirators fold flat for portability and convenient storage without being crushed. Breathe easy and breathe safely in a pandemic environment.
What is the difference between a regular N95 Respirator and a Surgical N95 Respirator?
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)