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Face Mask (with ties)

Face Mask (with ties)

Description
  • Non-woven materials. Fiberglass free, Hypoallergenic, excellent breathability, high filtration, light weight. Aluminum bar or plastic bar with inner metal for adjustable nosep
  • GREATCARE also supply 1-ply, 2-ply and 4-ply face mask and more other colors can be choosed.
Ref. No.: Description: Qty.Cs:
NMN000102 3-ply, blue, with ties 2000
NMN000104 3-ply, green, with ties 2000
NMN000106 3-ply, white, with ties 2000
NMN000108 3-ply, yellow, with ties 2000
NMN000110 3-ply, pink, with ties 2000

What Are the Different Types of Face Masks?

face mask, The CDC and WHO approve of basic and surgical face masks for public use. These types of masks are specially designed to prevent you from spreading any illness you may have. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="546"]Face Mask (with ties) The different types include:[/caption]
  • Basic cloth face mask
  • Surgical face mask
  • N95 respirator
  • Filtering facepiece respirator
  • P100 respirator/gas mask
  • Self-contained breathing apparatus
  • Full face respirator
  • Full-length face shield
  • KN95 respirator

Basic Cloth Face Mask

This is your standard, everyday version of a face mask. It’s also the version recommended for public use in the midst of COVID-19. You can wear this type of while going to the grocery store, gas station, or any other open public place.

Surgical Face Mask

An FDA-approved surgical mask is made from a thin, disposable material. Medical professionals who are currently operating drive-thru testing for COVID-19 are wearing a version of this that covers not just their nose and mouth, but also their eyes, cheeks, and forehead. You’ll also see this type of mask worn in hospitals by doctors and respiratory therapists.

N95 Respirator

You won’t find N65 Respirators worn by the general public. This type of it is critical for health care workers and medical first responders. Please don’t use/purchase this type of mask if you are not working directly with patients. Supplies are scarce right now, and these masks need to be reserved for those who really need them.

Filtering Facepiece Respirator

it is, this type is disposable. It’s not commonly used to stop the spread of airborne illnesses, but rather is worn to decrease exposure to particles that come from wood dust, animal dander, and pollen. Those with allergies might consider using this type of during the pandemic. A P100 respirator isn’t commonly associated with healthcare. It’s instead worn by painters, woodworkers, and anyone who may be in contact with lead, asbestos, or chemicals. You shouldn’t wear this type of mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19.