N99 Non-Oil Particulate Filter Assembly (99% Minimum Filter Efficiency)
Air-purifying respirators with filters provide respiratory protection against aerosols by removing dusts, mists, fumes, fibers, and other particles. Filters do not remove gases or vapors, or correct for oxygen deficiency.
End of service life for filters is normally determined by the increase in breathing resistance sensed by the user. When it becomes difficult to breathe comfortably, the filters should be replaced. R95 filters are limited to a maximum of 8 hours use, when used in atmospheres containing oil.
OSHA's Standard for Respiratory Protection, §29 CFR 1910.134, requires Employers to implement a change schedule for all vapor and gas cartridges when there isn't an end-of-service life indicator on the cartridge. This schedule must be site specific and take into consideration worksite humidity, worker breathing rate as well as contaminant concentrations.
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