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N95 face masks warnings and use limitations

Always be sure that the complete product N95 Face Mask is:

  1. Suitable for the application
  2. Fitted correctly
  3. Worn during all periods of exposure
  4. Replaced when necessary

Proper selection, training, use and appropriate maintenance are essential in order for the N95 face mask product to help protect the wearer from certain airborne contaminants.

Failure to follow all instructions on the use of these respiratory protection products and/or failure to properly wear the complete product during all periods of exposure may adversely affect the wearer’s health, lead to severe or life threatening illness or permanent disability.For suitability and proper use follow local regulations, refer to all information supplied or contact a safety professional/representative.

Before use, the wearer must be trained in use of the complete product in accordance with applicable Health and Safety standards/guidance.
These N95 face mask products do not contain components made from natural rubber latex.
These N95 face mask products do not protect against gases/vapours.

Do not use in atmospheres containing less than 19.5% oxygen.Individual countries may apply their own limits on oxygen deficiency.Seek advice if in doubt.
Do not use for respiratory protection against atmospheric contaminants/concentrations which are unknown or immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH).
Do not use with beards or other facial hair that may inhibit contact between the face and the product thus preventing a good seal.

Leave the contaminated area immediately if:

a) Breathing becomes difficult.
b) Dizziness or other distress occurs.

Discard and replace the respirator if it becomes damaged, breathing resistance becomes excessive or at the end of the shift.
Do not alter, modify, clean or repair this N95 face mask respirator.
In case of intended use in explosive atmospheres.
Before initial use, always check that the product is within the stated shelf life (use by date).

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