3M 1860 Particulate respirators
3M 1860 Particulate respirators and surgical masks are used to provide respiratory protection.The filter material of this product has a filtration efficiency of at least 95% to non-oily particles, and has liquid barrier property.It is a disposable protective mask that can be used for surgery and is suitable for all face types
The product description:
This product does not contain any natural rubber ingredients.
Usage: This product meets the requirements of the GUIDELINES for tuberculosis bacteria exposure control of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.As a protective mask, it is used to reduce the user's exposure to certain airborne particles (particle size from 0.1 to & GT;10.0 micron), including particles from electrocautery, laser surgery, and other electrically powered medical devices.As a surgical mask, it is designed to block blood and other infectious liquid substances.When wearing protective glasses correctly, they meet the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration's "Blood-carrier Pathogens Standard."For the microbes produced by users, there are & GT;99% BFE2.
Usage Restriction: non-industrial use.Do not use facial hair if it prevents the face from being sealed with a mask.OSHA does not set allowable exposure levels for airborne biohazards.
Method of use:
1. Prior to the use of respiratory protective equipment, a respiratory protective plan shall be developed that meets all requirements of OSHA 29CFR 1910.134, such as medical assessment, training and fitness testing (in Canada, it shall comply with CSA standard Z94.4).It is recommended to use the qualitative suitability test of 3M saccharin (sweetness) or BitrixTM (bitter taste) for the suitability test of this protective mask.If used only as a surgical mask, there is no need to test its suitability.
2. Mask should be discarded when it is damaged, respiratory resistance increases during use, or contaminated with blood or other body fluids.In other cases, respirators should be stored and reused in accordance with institutional infection control regulations.
3. Check the filter mask before each use.Make sure there are no holes or other injuries in the breathing area except for the hole of the head with fixed nail.If the filter material is torn or worn, and the head band fixed nail hole is enlarged, it should be treated as fracture.Damaged respirators should be replaced immediately.Nail holes with head fasteners do not affect NIOSH certification.
4. After each operation, it must be abandoned.