Surgical Face Mask

Technical Specifications Latex Free, Hypoallergenic, Fiberglass fee, Fluid Resistant, Three Ply construction. 3 pleats of folds to allow the user to expand the mask so it covers the area from the nose to the chin. Mask should be secured with an ear loop to be placed behind the ears. >99% Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) at 5 micron capacity; >95% Bacteria Filtration Efficiency (BFE) at 3 micron capacity. Reduces exposure to blood and body fluids. Minimizes patient contamination to exhaled microorganisms. This product is intended for use in infection control practices.

Mask Construction

1st layer : Polypropylene Spunbond nonwoven
2nd layer : Meltblown Nonwoven
3rd layer : Polypropylene Spunbond nonwoven
Nose strip : Without Nose Strip.Nose strip can be added on
requirement.
Ear-Loop : Flat elastic or round elastic (latex free)

When wearing a surgical mask, ensure that:

There are two sides of the surgical mask which are white and blue (or green). The white side contains filter. Therefore, if you have flu, it should be attached to your face so that the blue side faces out to prevent the germs from spreading outwards.

How to put on a face mask

  1. Clean your hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer before touching the mask.
  2. Remove a mask from the box and make sure there are no obvious tears or holes in either side of the mask.
  3. Determine which side of the mask is the top. The side of the mask that has a stiff bendable edge is the top and is meant to mold to the shape of your nose.
  4. Determine which side of the mask is the front. The colored side of the mask is usually the front and should face away from you, while the white side touches your face.