powerful particulate respirator

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Disinfectant

Disinfectant

84 disinfectant is a chlorine-containing disinfectant with sodium hypochlorite as the main component...

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Disposable gloves

Disposable gloves

In some industries with high frequency of glove replacement, it is usually recommended to...

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Masks

Masks

The N95 mask is one of nine NIOSH certified particle respirators. N95 is not a specific product name...

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Protective clothing

Protective clothing

Medical protective clothing refers to the protective clothing used by medical personnel...

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Infrared thermometer

Infrared thermometer

In nature, anything above absolute zero radiates infrared energy into the surrounding space...

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Eye protector

Eye protector

A type of protective eyewear that doctors use for homework, also known as an eye mask...

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Founded in 2000, the company has 20 years of experience in the production and processing of medical materials. At present, the company has a sound r & d, production, sales, service system, has become an outstanding manufacturer in China's medical supplies industry, and internationally renowned enterprises to compete in the world market.

Clean has an annual value of $1 billion. Enough to affect the entire Asian region, and even the world's medical supplies production situation..

Covering an area of more than 300,000 square meters, it has 6 domestic first-class production bases and one of the world's largest mask and protective clothing manufacturers.

Clean sales net covers over 160 countries and regions from different continents.




CDC - NIOSH - Respirator Fact Sheet - Understanding ...

An N-95 respirator is one of nine types of disposable particulate respirators. Particulate respirators are also known as “air-purifying respirators” because they protect by filtering particles out of the air as you breathe. These respirators protect only against particles—not gases or vapors. Since airborne biological agents such as ...

How Can Health Care Workers Be Protected from SARS?Most transmission of SARS to health care workers appears to have occurred after close contact with SARS infected individuals. CDC has therefore iss...What Is A Respirator and What Is A NIOSH-Approved N-95 Respirator?A respirator is a personal protective device that is worn on the face, covers at least the nose and mouth, and is used to reduce the wearer’s risk...Can Health Care Workers Use Respirators Other Than N-95 to Protect Against SARS?Yes, workers can wear any of the types of particulate respirators for protection against SARS—if they are NIOSH-approved and if they have been prop...Why Are N-95 Respirators Most Often Recommended For SARS?The CDC Guidelines for Isolation Precautions in Hospitals(https://cdc.gov/hai/index) recommends that health care workers protect themselve...Can I Use A Respirator With An Exhalation Valve?Usually, yes. An exhalation valve reduces excessive dampness and warmth in the mask from exhaled breath.The valve opens to release exhaled breath a...How Often Do Disposable Respirators Need to Be replaced?Once worn in the presence of a SARS patient, the respirator should be considered potentially contaminated with infectious material, and touching th...My Hospital Uses powered Air-Purifying Respirators (Paprs). Will They Protect Me from SARS?Yes. PAPRs use HEPA filters (high-efficiency particulate air filters), which are as efficient as P-100 filters and will protect against SARS. PAPRs...Do Surgical Masks Provide Protection Against SARS?Surgical masks are not designed for use as particulate respirators and do not provide as much protection as an N-95 respirator. Most surgical masks...I Don't Work With Sars patients. Should I Wear A Respirator While I Am at Work Or in Public?Both CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO) recommend respirator use for the following workers only 1. health care workers entering the room...For More Information About SarsFor the most current information about SARS as well as specific recommendations for health care workers, visit the following NIOSH SARS CDC SARS(h...
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