The NAV PPE 3D Premium Silicone NIOSH N95 Respirator Mask is the most comfortable cup-shaped N95 in the industry.
Modeled after CPAP masks, the 3D Premium is comfortable enough to sleep in. With a 360 degree medical-grade soft silicone seal, the 3D Premium contours to the shape of your face while not needing to put too much pressure for a strong seal. The anti fog properties of the silicone design maintains visibility for the operator who wears glasses or face shields. A crush resistant layer helps maintain the cup-shape. Adjustable straps make this mask even more versatile. The outer layer is fluid and fire resistant to add to its ability to keep you safe.
- NIOSH Certified N95 Respirator
- Fine Particulate Filter
- >=99% Bacteria Filter Efficiency
- >=99% Particulate Filter Efficiency @ 0.1 microns
- >95% NaCl Filter Efficiency @ 0.3 microns
- Full 360 degree medical-grade soft silicone seal
- Crush resistant layer
- Fluid penetration and flame resistant
- 4 point ultrasonically welded adjustable head strap
- No-fog design keeps glasses and goggles from fogging up
10 individually sealed respirator masks / box
- Position the respirator in your hands with the nose piece at your fingertips (Figure 1).
- Cup the respirator in your hand allowing the headbands to hang below your hand. Hold the respirator under your chin with the nosepiece up and then pull both straps over your head and allow the mask to seat over your nose and mouth (Figure 2).
- Position the top strap high on the back of the head and the lower strap around your neck and below your ears.
- Adjust for a comfortable fit by pulling the mask away from your face and reseating it on the bridge of your nose and below your chin so that the rolled edges of the silicone seal against your skin (Figure 3).
- Place fingertips from both hands at the top of your nose and mold the nosepiece around your nose to achieve a secure seal (Figure 4).
- Take a quick breath in to check whether the respirator pulls tightly to the face. Failure to feel a negative pull of the mask against the skin suggests that there is air leaks.
- Place both hands completely over the respirator and exhale. If you feel leaks, there is not a proper seal (Figure 5).
- If you cannot achieve a proper seal due to air leaks, adjust tension by pulling strap loop through the tensioning bar or ask for help (Figure 6).