N95 Mask Respirator (P2 Equivalent) Box of 50
$276.00 inc GST
Available while stocks last. For bulk orders please contact us. Designed to fit tightly around the nose and mouth. Very efficient filtration of airborne particles. Fit testing recommended to ensure a snug fit.
Out of stock
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.