4-Layer Disposable Face Mask - Level III ASTM
What do ASTM Levels Mean? ASTM International determines the face mask level of protection based on key performance factors that are vital for effective infection control: Bacterial Filtration (BFE) Particle Filtration (PFE) Fluid Resistance.
Level III masks are considered high barrier. This includes procedures where heavy amounts of fluid, splatter, and aerosols are produced. Procedures include the use of an ultrasonic scaler, use of an air polisher, crown preparation, implant placement, periodontal surgery, and complex oral surgery.
UNIQUE DESIGN: Comfortable elastic earloop, extra-soft ear loops eliminate pressure to the ears. The inner layer is made of soft facial tissue, no dye, gentle to the skin.
4-LAYER FACE MASK OF MATERIAL: The mask is made of 4 layers of high-quality non-woven fabric; it has a stronger filtering effect and is more warm and breathable. The middle layer uses a non-toxic melt-blown cloth, providing strong electrostatic absorption efficiency.
TEST REPORT: All masks adapt ISO 13485:2016 for Medical devices, level III Protection ASTM F2100-19. Each mask undergoes a strict quality control process before packaging and leaving the manufacturing plant.
LIQUID / SPLATTER RESISTANT: This kind of face mask acts as a protective barrier to prevent splashes, sprays, large droplets, or splatter from entering the wearer’s mouth and nose. Use for cleanroom environments, catering industry, manufacturing, food processing, hospital floors, isolation units, and labor and delivery units.
Quantity: 50 Pieces (5 packs of 10)
Type: Disposable Face Mask Level III ASTM
Standard: 99% BFE (Bacterial Filtration Efficiency), 98% PFE (Sub-micron particle size 0.1 micron)
Size: (L) 175 mm x (W) 95 mm
Earband: (L) 180 x (W) 20 mm
Nose wire: (L) 115 x (W) 3 mm
Made in Vietnam.
Note: Color and appearance of the product may be slightly different but not effect the using.
Facemasks are intended for single usage. Reuse of facemasks is not generally recommended and is impacted by a number of variables, including the type and shape of the materials, straps, seals, bands, etc. The decision to permit extended use or limited reuse facemasks, or considerations with respect to cleaning or decontamination of facemasks should be made in consultation with federal, state, and local public health recommendations and in consultation with occupational health and/or infection control professionals. See Facemasks, CDC, https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/ppe-strategy/face-masks.html (last updated June 28, 2020).]