Important Note: These disposable protective masks can be a good alternative for general daily use since N95 respirator masks inventory is low these days, and should be saved for use by healthcare professionals and essential service workers.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is now recommending that the general public voluntarily wear a cloth or surgical mask when going out for necessities or while essential employees are working to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
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- Disposable Protective Face Mask is a non-sterile, non-medical, procedural mask with glass-free filter and 99% bacterial filtration efficiency (BFE).
- Made from non-woven fabric with multi-layer protection (3PLY) and soft to the touch material.
Stretchable earloops and lightweight design make it comfortable to wear (even during extended periods of time).
- Each mask comes with a nose clip for a secure hold to prevent slippage, while the 3-fold shape fits your face naturally.
Fluid resistant outer layer, to minimize contamination and reduce exposure to blood and body fluids.
Masks are loose fitting, covering the nose, mouth and chin.
- These masks have no fiberglass or latex.
- Designed for one-way protection, to capture bodily fluid leaving the wearer. For example, worn to block fluids from coughing and sneezing.
- Suitable for personal protection, and to support daily or professional activities (e.g. gardening, painting, construction, nail salon, etc.).
- Manufactured in an FDA approved facility, ISO Compliant and CE Compliant.
- Disposable mask with a maximum recommended usage of 8 hours. Mask should be discarded after every use.
1 Package = 50 Pieces (Masks).
How long can you wear a Disposable Face Mask for?
Disposable face masks can be worn for up to 8 hours and should be changed regularly. If the face mask becomes wet or contaminated it should be disposed of and replaced.
Sterile vs. Non-Sterile Masks
The difference between sterile masks and non-sterile masks is whether the final product has a final sterilization process or not.
Non-sterile masks are used in ordinary places, and sterile masks are used in ICUs, operating rooms and other medical places that require strict control of the microbial environment.