Liquid and splash resistant respirator for high protection in hazardous environments. Designed for medical staff who endure high risks of infections. Filters 95% of all particles (>0,6um). White headbands and cord lock. Chinese standard GB 19083-2010 Class 1.
A sterile medical protective particulate respirator which reduces the wearers' risk of inhaling hazardous airborne particles, including dust particles and infectious agents. Splash resistant, easy-to-wear, adjustable and made for medical environments. Also reduces the risk of exhaling hazardous airborne particles and droplets to the wearer’s surroundings. Use in medical or non-medical environments.
Read the instructions for use and check whether the package is intact. Confirm the label, production date and validity period of sterility. Use within the validity period. Do not use it if the package is damaged. The product should be used as soon as possible after the package is opened. This product is disposable and should not be reused.
Clean and disinfect hands before use. Avoid contact with the internal side. Unfold the respirator and hold it in your hand, with the nosepiece at your finger tips, allowing the head bands to hang freely. Position and hold the respirator sothat it covers your nose and chin. Pull the head bands over your head and attach the upper elastic headband around the back of your head and the lower around the back of your neck. Use the index finger of both hands to pinch the metal clip to fit your nose. Make sure the respirator fits your face-shape by performing a seal check. Do not touch the respirator when in use. Touch only the elastic headbands when removing it. Discard respirator into a waste container with a lid, or according to medical waste regulations in a medical environment. Clean and disinfect hands after use.
Once the particulate respirator is properly fitted, place your hands over the mask, covering as much surface area as possible. Exhale gently into the mask. The fit is considered satisfactory if a slight positive pressure is being built up inside the mask without any evidence of outward leakage of air at the seal. To conduct a negative pressure user seal check, cover the mask surface with your hands as much as possible and then inhale sharply. The face piece should collapse slightly and you should not feel air passing between your face and the mask. If the seal check fails, correct the nose clip, the position of the mask or the elastic headbands. If you still fail to pass the seal-check you should not use the respirator.
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