Counterfeit, and non-equivalent N95-like respirators are flooding the marketplace as the demand for N95 respirators continues to rise.
In general, N95 masks:
– Are NIOSH-certified, indicating that when used properly, they will filter at least 95% of very small test particles, such as airborne pathogens.
– Have a head band design (not ear loops) to achieve a proper fit and seal on the face.
– Have an approval label on or within the packaging of the respirator (on the box itself), as well as markings on each of the individual respirators.
Check to see if your N95 respirator has been certified by NIOSH by entering the approval number, which can be found on the respirator, in the NIOSH database.
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