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N95 Surgical Particulate Respirators

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N95 Surgical Particulate Respirators
N95 Surgical Particulate Respirators
N95 Surgical Particulate Respirators (200 Masks) Premium Package


- First line of defense in a pandemic or other bio-emergency
- Aids in preventing the inhalation of viral pathogens
- Meets CDC Guidelines for Avian Influenza (Bird Flu)
- Meets CDC Guidelines for Swine Flu, TB, SARS, Smallpox, and Anthrax
- Highest Level of ASTM Fluid Resistance, 160mm HG
- Lowest breathing resistance in its class
- No uncomfortable pressure points
- Durable, Ultrasonically Welded Headbands
- Individually Wrapped Respirators with Instructions
- Single-Use Disposable
- One size fits most. 20 Respirators/Box
- NIOSH Certified / FDA Surgical Approved


Flu Armour NIOSH Surgical N95 Particulate Respirators (Masks) uphold a filtration level and fluid resistance universally recognized in the prevention of the inhalation of airborne microorganisms. This medical grade respirator was designed to filter out viral pathogens and effectively protect the respiratory system (nose and mouth) in a pandemic environment. Each respirator is individually wrapped with instructions printed on the packaging. This ensures proper usage, reduces liability, and protects from viral contamination outside the box. Respirators are folded flat, making it portable and easy to store without being crushed.

What is the difference between a regular N95 Respirator and a Surgical N95 Respirator?
“Surgical respirators are a type of respiratory protection that offers the combined protective properties of both a filtering facepiece respirator and a surgical mask. Surgical N95 respirators are certified by NIOSH as respirators and also cleared by FDA as medical devices which have been designed and tested and shown to be equivalent to surgical masks in certain performance characteristics (resistance to blood penetration, biocompatibility) which are not examined by NIOSH during its certification of N95 respirators…Those respirators that are surgical N95 respirators are also cleared by the FDA and, therefore, are appropriate for circumstances in which protection from airborne and body fluid contaminant is needed.”
-Occupational Safety & Health Administration, Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for an Influenza Pandemic, February 2007.


*OSHA regulations require fit testing of all respirators prior to use in order to determine if proper fit is attainable. Individual facial features, including facial hair, may prevent proper fit. Qualitative Bitrex Respirator Fit Test Kits for OSHA compliance are available on our product menu.
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What is a facemask?

Photo: Man wearing facemask

Facemasks are loose-fitting, disposable masks that cover the nose and mouth. These include products labeled as surgical, dental, medical procedure, isolation, and laser masks.

Facemasks help stop droplets from being spread by the person wearing them. They also keep splashes or sprays from reaching the mouth and nose of the person wearing the facemask. They are not designed to protect you against breathing in very small particles. Facemasks should be used once and then thrown away in the trash.


What is a respirator?

Photo: Man wearing respirator
Photo courtesy of Moldex

A respirator (for example, an N95 or higher filtering facepiece respirator) is designed to protect you from breathing in very small particles, which might contain viruses. These types of respirators fit tightly to the face so that most air is inhaled through the filter material. To work the best way, N95 respirators must be specially fitted for each person who wears one (this is called "fit-testing" and is usually done in a workplace where respirators are used). Most of the time, N95 respirators are used in construction and other jobs that involve dust and small particles. Some healthcare workers, such as nurses and doctors, use these types of respirators when taking care of patients with diseases that can be spread through the air.

If you have a heart or lung disease or other health condition, you may have trouble breathing through respirators and you should talk with your doctor before using a respirator.

Like surgical masks, N95 respirators should be worn only once and then thrown away in the trash.

Additional Information

Neither a facemask nor a respirator will give complete protection from the flu. That is why it is important to wash your hands often, cover your coughs and sneezes with a handkerchief or your arm, and avoid crowds and gatherings during a pandemic. To learn more about these and other issues relating to pandemic influenza, visit


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