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ASTM Level 3 Made in Canada Disposable 3 Ply Mask (50/Box)
Benchmark PPE Level 3 procedural masks are the benchmark for low-barrier fluid exposure. Our 3 ply masks feature a moisture absorbent inner layer (Meltblown Polypropylene) and a moisture repellent outer layer with pleated polypropylene for full coverage of the nose and mouth. Added nose stiffeners (Metal is standard but plastic is available upon request) ensure a tight seal to minimize gaps.
Masks are 100% polypropylene. Latex and fiberglass free.
Ear loops are 70% Polyester, 30% Spandex.
- Made-in-Canada: All of our PPE Procedural Masks are 100% designed and manufactured in Saskatchewan, Canada
- Full Coverage: Our 3 pleated design offers full coverage of the nose and mouth. Added nose stiffener offers a tight seal to minimize gaps.
- These masks meet or exceed ASTM Level 3 requirements and are ASTM F2100-19
Level 3 Characteristics
|Bacterial filtration efficiency, %||
|Differential pressure, mm H20/cm2 (Pa/cm2)||<5.0|
|Sub-micron particulate filtration efficiency at 0.1 micron, %||
|Splash resistance/synthetic blood resistance, mmHg (kPa)||160 mmHg|
|Flame spread||Class 1|
MDEL: 13460 (Health Canada)
Q: What is ASTM?
A: ASTM refers to the American Society of Testing and Materials American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM). ASTM is an international standards organization that develops and publishes standards.
A: The filtration efficiency and protective ability of a face mask is compromised when the mask becomes wet, torn or dislodged. There is no set rule for how long a mask should be worn as it depends on a variety of factors including environmental and user preference.
A: A mask is only as good as it’s fit A tight fitting mask is essential for ensuring the user breathes through the filter and not around it.