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Model C9501 Order No. 520122499 Product Description -Structure and composition: Composed of a mask body (5 layers), a mask strap and a s

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Model C9501
Order No. 520122499
Product Description -Structure and composition: Composed of a mask body (5 layers), a mask strap and a sponge strip for the bridge of the nose.
-Main material: The inner and outer layers are made of non-woven fabric , and the middle filter layer is made of polypropylene melt-blown fabric.
-Individually packed, 20pcs in a box.
-The use of fine denier and soft fibers makes it easy to fit and comfortable to wear. The PU sponge strip is designed to effectively keep sealing and enhance comfort when wearing. The overall mask has strong air permeability, fits the face and is airtight.
-It is suitable for filtering non-oily particles, filter efficiency > 97%, breathing resistance < 170Pa, afterburning time < 5s, headband can withstand 10N continuous 10s tension without breaking or slipping, binocular field of vision > 65%.
-Executive standard: GB2626-2019 KN95 respiratory protection self-priming filter anti-particulate respirator.
Application Suitable for the protection of non-oily fine particles, including smoke, smog, microorganisms, dust, sand, pollen, etc., used for occupational protection, epidemic prevention, droplet transmission, smog protection, dust protection, outdoor activities and other protection.
Notice: This product is not suitable for protection against harmful gases and vapors and the workplaces with open flames such as welding, casting, smelting, etc.
Precautions: Please do not use if the package is damaged; it is only for one-time use by one person, use it immediately after opening; when the respiratory resistance increases significantly during use, it should be replaced in time.

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