N95 Mask Respirator (P2 Equivalent) Box of 50
$230.00 inc GST
Available while stocks last. Designed to fit tightly around the nose and mouth. Very efficient filtration of airborne particles. Fit testing recommended to ensure a snug fit.
H910 Plus N95 Flat-fold Style Respirator
Equivalent to P2 Mask
- Trade work/Covid 19 protection – meets safety standards
- One size fits most
- Molded nose bridge, works well with eyewear
- Strong and rigid outer shell
- Hypoallergenic and humidity resistant
- Latex free straps
- No staples
- 6-8 hour wear
- Fire Protection
- Food services
- Municipal services
- Oil and gas
- Steel and metal
- Airborne particulates – dust/mist/fume
- TGA Approved 335988 Medical Device Class 1
- Meets NIOSH 42 CFR 84 N95 requirements for a minimum 95% filtration efficiency against solid and liquid aerosols that do not contain oil
- NIOSH Approved No: TC-84A-8480
- Attachment Information : Twin elastic latex free welded straps (staple free)
- Outer Shell : Polypropylene non-woven
- Filter Media : Polypropylene non-woven fibres electrostatically loaded making them attractive to particles
- Nose Bridge : Constructed of high strength polypropylene/steel composite increasing bending resistance capacity compared with metal nose clips. (contains no aluminium)
- Shelf Life: 3 years from date of manufacture
Is a P2 mask the same as an N95 mask?
Yes, these masks are basically the same type of respirator, used for the same purposes. N95 is a term from the USA. It is a classification by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), a United States federal agency responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness.
Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1716:2012 classifies respiratory protective devices as P1, P2 and P3. The N95 mask is the closest equivalent to a P2 respirator.
- In tests the N95 mask must have a filter efficiency of at least 95% when tested with Sodium Chloride aerosol at a flowrate of 85 litres/minute.
- In tests the P2 mask must have a filter efficiency of at least 94% when tested with Sodium Chloride aerosol at a flowrate of 95 litres/minute.
In practice the difference results in virtually no impact on the level of respiratory protection provided to the wearer.