N95 Dust Masks NIOSH-Certified Particulate Respirator For Industry
*3 Layer construction: 1 ply SPP nonwoven+1 ply meltblown nonwoven +1ply SPP nonwoven
*Elastic ear-loop: with good elastic ear-loop, which can be adjusted its tightness; One size for most adult men or women
*Suitable for personal daily health protection: these masks are designed to keep away smoke, debris, residue and dusts from you
*Wide applications: can be applied in electronic manufacturing, dust-free workshops, catering services, food processing, schools, motorcycles, beauty, environmental cleaning, public occasions and many other uses
3 lay Nonwoven Fabric
With elastic earloop
Eco-Friendly, Water Soluble, Other
White, Pink, Black, Blue, or Customized
30% desposit, 70% agaist with copy of B/L
Free of charge, express fee needed
30-35 day for 1*40'HQ
Established in 2013, Harley Commodity Ltd. Locate in Guangzhou Conghua district, and cover an area of 15,000 square meters. Harley is a leading player in developing solutions to problems found in the urban environment. As professional manufacturer for PPE respirator mask, Harley produces exportable products and a brand range that works both at a local and a global level, it currently supplies products to over 40 countries, especially in American, Japan, South American, European and so on.
Harley have been manufactured and distributed all kinds of mask that including civil mask, labor mask, sports mask, police mask, medical mask and other masks for over 20 years. Also we has build up the first-class R & D Center and Testing Center with advanced laboratory equipment.
Be based on the principle of "Better protection, Best options ", we are developing our management system and production configuration. Harley got TUV ISO9001:2015 certificate, American IOSH N95 certificate, European CE certificate, FFP1, FFP2, FFP3 certificate and Australia AS/NZ1716.
We strive to offer good quality, good prices, good service and look forward to working with you together! Contact us now!
Q1: How many certifications have you gotten now ?
A1: NIOSH N95, CE EN149 FFP1,FFP2,FFP3, AS/NZS 1716 P1, P2
Q2: How long will the disposable mask last?
A2: Disposable dust masks are designed for single use only, after each wearing they should be discarded. A single use should not exceed 8 hours. However the mask may not last this long in heavy concentrations of hazard.
Q3: What are the Limitations of Harley dust mask/ particulate respirator ?
A3: 1. The N95 respirator cannot be used if there is oil or toxic substances in the atmosphere.
2. The N95 respirators do not allow much oxygen inside; hence persons with lung diseases cannot use them.
3. The N95 respirator should also not be worn if the atmospheric oxygen content is less than 19.5%.
4. Even normal adults may find it difficult to use the N95 respirators for long periods of time because of the difficulty in breathing and achieving a tight fit, the N95 respirator is not advisable for young children, according to the FDA's report on the masks and respirators.
Q4: How can consumers check the level of protection for a respirator?
A4: For NIOSH-approved respirators, the type of approval will be printed on the respirator itself. Consumers can also verify that approval has indeed been given by visiting the NIOSH website.
Q5: Do Harley N95 respirators come in different styles?
A6: Yes. Filtering face piece respirators are available in a wide range of colors, shapes, and styles. Some styles will fit individuals better than others and certain styles may be more comfortable and have better fitting characteristics.
Q6: Why do some N95 respirators have an exhalation valve on the front?
A6: The use of an exhalation valve reduces resistance, which makes it easier to breathe (exhale). Some users feel that a respirator with an exhalation valve keeps the face cooler and reduces moisture build up inside the face piece.
Q7: What is the function of active carbon on the dust mask ?
A7: The main function is reducing the peculiar smell on the atmosphere.
Q8: How to dispose the used Harley N95 respirators?
A8: Avoid direct contact with the used respirators. Put them in a plastic bag which is carefully wrapped up and disposed in a covered refuse container.