NIOSH N99 Particulate Respirator Mask
BAL SUPPLY

NIOSH N99 Particulate Respirator Mask

Regular price $29.95
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Now, get the CDC recommended and NIOSH-listed mask that filters more than 99% of solid particles and liquid aerosols that do not contain oil – that’s 4% more than N95 masks. A closer fit for a tighter seal, compared to our BAL SUPPLY N95 masks. Cushioning nose foam for longer wearability. Adjustable metal nose piece to conform to the face. And, with stapled head straps. Made for laboratories, manufacturers and commercial food processing – now available to you. Subtle surface printing allows you to present a friendly face. 20 masks per box.

  • Light-weight, soft and comfortable
  • Electrostatic filtration media designed for easy breathing
  • Greater user acceptance and increased wear time
  • Latex-free
  • Registered with the CDC (#TC-84A-3890)

 

 

 

 

 

How to Use the N99 Mask

Be sure you are protected from germs and airborne particles that can cause disease or irritate your respiratory system.

Use the N99 effectively by following five simple steps. 

WEAR

Always wear the N99 during exposure.

FIT

Fit the mask and flexible nose bar close to the face, to ensure a tight seal.

ADJUST

Adjust the head bands as shown. Always use both head bands.

BREATHE

Breathe normally. The filter will capture more than 99% of airborne particles from the air passing through it.

DISCARD

Discard after use. Do not reuse N99 protective masks.

Learn to Spot N99 Imitations

Due to COVID-19, the demand for highly effective protective masks is high. This has led to imitation products that fail to meet standards set by the CDC.

Like scientists in labs around the world, know how to identify an authentic N99 mask. Before you buy.

  1. Look for NIOSH - The NIOSH logo or acronym, in block letters, is always printed on the face of the N99 mask. This means it has been certified by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health for meeting CDC standards. NIOSH is spelled correctly.
  2. Know the maker - Identify the brand name of the manufacturer. Approved N99 manufacturers are listed with the CDC. The CDC listing of our BAL SUPPLY partner may be found online here.
  3. Find the TC number - Look for a Testing Certification Code, or TC number. This number always begins with TC, followed by an alpha-numeric manufacturer’s number and then the four-digit NIOSH approval number.
  4. Note the head bands - N99 masks are always secured to the face with two flexible bands that loop behind the head. N99 masks never have earloops or single head bands.
  5. Know the seller - When you shop online, avoid sources that fail to provide company information or raise suspicion – like bad grammar and misspelled words. SPEX is part of a USA-based company that has served scientists around the world for more than 60 years.