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The N95 Respirator and Medical Mask or (N95 Face Masks) is a type of personal protective equipment designed & used to protect the wearer against several forms of airborne particles, or liquid spray that could otherwise contaminate the face.
What is a N95 Respirator Medical Mask?
The N95 Respirator and Mask is a standard in both medical and industrial Personal Protective Equipment that is closely regulated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NISOH) to successfully regulate the safe use of N95 Respirator Masks.
How Should a N95 Respirator Mask Be Properly Used?
An N95 respirator is designed to achieve a very close facial fit and very efficient filtration of airborne particles. A proper fit, should include that the edges of the respirator mask form a seal around the nose and mouth. Surgical N95 Respirators are commonly used in healthcare settings and are a subset of N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirators (FFRs), often referred to as N95s.
According to the FDA, the similarities among surgical masks and N95 respirators are:
- They are tested for fluid resistance, filtration efficiency (particulate filtration efficiency and bacterial filtration efficiency), flammability and biocompatibility.
- They should not be shared or reused.
- Follow General N95 Respirator Precautions.
All FDA-cleared N95 respirators are labeled as “single-use,” disposable devices. If your respirator is damaged or soiled, or if breathing becomes difficult, you should remove the respirator, discard it properly, and replace it with a new one. To safely discard your N95 respirator, place it in a plastic bag and put it in the trash. Wash your hands after handling the used respirator.
What Do N95 Respirator Medical Masks protect against and filter out?
The N95 is an industry standard protective mask provides the intended for the effectiveness of filtering up to 95 percent of particles with a mass median diameter of 0.3 micrometers to protect from PM10, PM2.5 and smaller particles.
What is NIOSH Certification?
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), under authorization of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, provides a testing, approval, and certification program assuring respirators used in the workplace meet the standards of 42 CFR Part 84.
What types of things do N95 Mask Help to Defend & Filter Out?
The N95 Respirator Mask is designed to protect by limiting particle exposures to protect against:
- Air Pollutants
- Biological Substances
- Carbon Dioxide
- Carbon Monoxide
- Particle Matter
- Pet Hair
- Organic Chemicals
- Vehicle Exhaust
- Water Vapor
How do N95 Respirator Masks Protect Against Viruses that are Harmful to Human Health?
The N95 designation means that when subjected to testing, the respirator blocks at least 95 percent of very small (0.3 micron) test particles. If properly fitted, the filtration capabilities of N95 respirators exceed those of surgical face masks. However, even a properly fitted N95 respirator does not completely eliminate the risk of illness or death. It is important to recognize and follow all of the necessary safety processions in the most optimal way to prevent airborne transmission by implementing all necessary combinations of interventions, including the full hierarchy of proper medical measures, settings, and controls, and not just limited to wearing, Protective Personal Equipment (PPE).
How does the N95 Masks protect against harmful particles or viruses that can negatively affect human health?
Studies also show that linked exposure to harmful particles and chemical pollution may contribute to a number of health problems, including respiratory illness and cardiovascular disease. Many individuals that have been exposed to chemical add/or the chemical combustion of these types of harmful products have demonstrated the likelihood of increased risk for developing different types of cancer or disease. These effects are often demonstrated to be more pronounced among the most vulnerable of age group such as infants, the very young and most elderly. Anyone exposed to these harmful particles should use the most adequate protection and take any necessary safety processions based on exposure.
Who Should Not Wear N95 Respirator Mask?
Anyone with chronic respiratory, cardiac, or other medical conditions that make breathing difficult should check with their health care provider before using an N95 respirator because the N95 respirator can make it more difficult for the wearer to breathe. N95 respirators are not designed for children or people with facial hair. Because a proper fit cannot be achieved on children and people with facial hair, the N95 respirator may not provide full protection.
*Important Note: Some models have exhalation valves that can make breathing out easier and help reduce heat build-up. Note that N95 respirators with exhalation valves should not be used when sterile conditions are needed.
Comparison of FFP2, KN95, and N95 and Other Filtering Face piece Respirator Classes
|Certification/ Class (Standard)||N95 (NIOSH-42C FR84)||FFP2 (EN 149-2001)||KN95 (GB2626-20 06)||P2 (AS/NZ 1716:2012)||Korea 1st Class (KMOEL – 2017-64)||DS (Japan JMHLW- Notification 214, 2018)|
|Filter performance – (must be ≥ X% efficient)||≥ 95%||≥ 94%||≥ 95%||≥ 94%||≥ 94%||≥ 95%|
|Test agent||NaCl||NaCl and paraffin oil||NaCl||NaCl||NaCl and paraffin oil||NaCl|
|Flow rate||85 L/min||95 L/min||85 L/min||95 L/min||95 L/min||85 L/min|
|Total inward leakage (TIL)* – tested on human subjects each performing exercises||N/A||≤ 8% leakage (arithmetic mean)||≤ 8% leakage (arithmetic mean)||≤ 8% leakage (individual and arithmetic mean)||≤ 8% leakage (arithmetic mean)||Inward Leakage measured and included in User Instructions|
|Inhalation resistance – max pressure drop||≤ 343 Pa||≤ 70 Pa (at 30 L/min)
≤ 240 Pa (at 95 L/min)
≤ 500 Pa (clogging)
|≤ 350 Pa||≤ 70 Pa (at 30 L/min)
≤ 240 Pa (at 95 L/min)
|≤ 70 Pa (at 30 L/min)
≤ 240 Pa (at 95 L/min)
|≤ 70 Pa (w/valve) ≤ 50 Pa (no valve)|
|Flow rate||85 L/min||Varied – see above||85 L/min||Varied – see above||Varied – see above||40 L/min|
|Exhalation resistance – max pressure drop||≤ 245 Pa||≤ 300 Pa||≤ 250 Pa||≤ 120 Pa||≤ 300 Pa||≤ 70 Pa (w/valve) ≤ 50 Pa (no valve)|
|Flow rate||85 L/min||160 L/min||85 L/min||85 L/min||160 L/min||40 L/min|
|Exhalation valve leakage requirement||Leak rate ≤ 30 mL/min||N/A||Depressurization to 0 Pa ≥ 20 sec||Leak rate ≤ 30 mL/min||visual inspection after 300 L /min for 30 sec||Depressurization to 0 Pa ≥ 15 sec|
|Force applied||-245 Pa||N/A||-1180 Pa||-250 Pa||N/A||-1,470 Pa|
|CO2 clearance requirement||N/A||≤1%||≤ 1%||≤1%||≤ 1%||≤ 1%|