The molded nose bridge with soft foam nose cushion provides the wearer an easy comfortable fit. There's no metal noseband to adjust and the seal is maintained without pressure points. Last Longer, Use Fewer. Hot, humid and dusty environments such as welding, soldering and brazing, grinding, sanding, sweeping, bagging, stone quarrying, metal machining, cement, underground mining, polishing, buffing, lime, poultry and textiles.Moldex Bitrex Fitting Instructions
Current Stock:. Out of stock. Customers Also Viewed. Related Products. Last Longer, Use Fewer The molded nose bridge with soft foam nose cushion provides the wearer an easy comfortable fit. Applications Hot, humid and dusty environments such as welding, soldering and brazing, grinding, sanding, sweeping, bagging, stone quarrying, metal machining, cement, underground mining, polishing, buffing, lime, poultry and textiles.
Molded nose bridge seals easily without a metal noseband. Facepiece is naturally contoured without pressure points. Straps are securely attached so they don't break at the seal.
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Moldex 2200 Series N95 Particulate Respirators, Medium/Large, 20 Per Box
Its completely FREE, and you can cancel online at any time. Available in three sizes to fit more workers and increase OSHA compliance. Molded nose bridge seals easily without a metal noseband. Facepiece is naturally contoured without pressure points.
Straps are securely attached so they don't break at the seal. Soft foam nose cushion for added comfort. Not Yet Reviewed Write a Review.
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Information is provided below that may be used to inform these product release decisions. In times of respiratory protective device shortage, such as during the COVID response, supplies must be managed so that protection against exposure is adequate. This study includes data from 11 different N95 models.
On the NIOSH webpage10 facility-specific reports are available as well as an additional report aggregating the performance results of the nearly 4, respirators sampled and tested from these facilities. All N95 units evaluated in this study were manufactured between and Many have exceeded their manufacturer-designated shelf life. Additional work to assess N95 fit testing is also included in the study, although a fit assessment is not a requirement for NIOSH approval of N95s.
Based on preliminary information gained in this study [i]many models have continued to perform in accordance with NIOSH performance standards. In alphabetical order, these models are:. Firm conclusions cannot be drawn for stockpiled N95 models beyond those tested in this study; however, the 3M S is a smaller version of the 3Mconstructed from the same materials, and is expected to perform in the same manner.
The 3M is no longer produced; however, it should still be effective at protecting workers if the straps are intact and there are no visible signs of damage. While it performed favorably when evaluated against the NIOSH approval requirements, it is no longer supported by the manufacturer i. The Kimberly-Clark size small and Kimberly-Clark size regular may not provide the expected level of protection to the wearer when past their manufacturer-designated shelf life of 5 years.
It is important to note that the results of this study are for stockpiled N95s which have undergone long-term storage and have exceeded any manufacturer-designated shelf life. In times of increased demand and decreased supply, consideration can be given to use the N95s listed above past their manufacturer-designated shelf life when responding to COVID Although this preliminary information from the NIOSH study suggests certain N95 models beyond their manufacturer-designated shelf life [ii] will be protective, CDC recommends that N95s that have exceeded their manufacturer-designated shelf life should be used only as outlined in the Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of N95 Respirators.
The respirators exceeding their manufacturer-designated shelf life are only being released due to the potential urgent demand caused by the COVID public health emergency.
In the face of this emergency, the U. Government believes that the respirators beyond their manufacturer-designated shelf life should provide greater respiratory protection than surgical masks i. Please note that surgical N95s are normally tested for fluid resistance and flammability. These requirements were not evaluated in this study. CDC does not recommend using N95s beyond the manufacturer-designated shelf life in surgical settings.
Prior to using these expired respirators, consideration should be given to acquiring other NIOSH-approved respirators including all types of filtering facepiece respirators, elastomeric respirators, or powered air purifying respirators as described in the Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of N95 Respirators.
This recommendation is made because healthcare services are essential and must continue in the face of the COVID outbreak. Users of N95s that have exceeded the manufacturer-designated shelf life should be notified before their use and the importance of inspection and user seal checks should be reemphasized.
Users should take the following precautionary measures prior to using the respirator in the workplace. All other models included in the study exceeded their manufacturer-designated shelf life. Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to A-Z link.Cart is empty.
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Please wait Search Search. See 1 more picture. Your Price:. Minimum Purchase:. Maximum Purchase:. Sorry but this item is currently unavailable. Please check back at a later stage. If you need face masks that block 95 percent of aerosols, these could be the products you've been looking for. There are several reasons why the Dura-Mesh shell has been added to the design.
A major benefit of the shell is its strength. The shell can resist a significant amount of pressure and doesn't lose its shape very easily. The outer screen keeps these masks strong and helps them stay clean. Since the nose piece is molded into the mask, it doesn't require metal clips, which can cause irritation.
The end result is a strong N95 mask that is very comfortable to wear. Each respirator comes with two elastic straps, which are designed to keep it securely attached to your face. Enter your name: optional. Related Products. Images, logos etc.We promise to never spam you, and just use your email address to identify you as a valid customer.
This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product! Write review. Copyright Texas America Safety Company. All Rights Reserved. Phone: Fax: Email: sales tasco-safety. All prices are in USD. Please wait Search Search. See 1 more picture. Your Price:. Minimum Purchase:. Maximum Purchase:. Sorry but this item is currently unavailable. Please check back at a later stage. These classic face masks feature a strong outer shell, and since they're not made from PVC, they serve as great options for workers who have allergies to PVC material.
Although these masks are made with a simple design, they deliver excellent protection for a wide range of applications. With NIOSH approval, they can be used for a number of applications that other masks aren't suitable for. They have a soft nose piece and provide workers with N95 protection against particulates. Each mask is made with an outer screen, which keeps the mask clean and strong. Since these respirators have a nose piece molded into them, there is no need for metal clips.
Two elastic straps keep each mask secured to your face and don't contain PVC material. You can even use these respirators for welding applications because they're ANSI approved for flame resistance. Although these masks are commonly used for welding applications, they work just as well for DIY and manufacturing applications.
Features: Provides workers with N95 protection Basic design Ideal for manufacturing and welding Two elastic straps provide snug, comfortable fit Not easily squished Blocks 95 percent of non-oil aerosols.
Enter your name: optional. Related Products. Provides workers with N95 protection Basic design Ideal for manufacturing and welding Two elastic straps provide snug, comfortable fit Not easily squished Blocks 95 percent of non-oil aerosols. Images, logos etc. Used with permission.Despite geographic differences, there are broad similarities among Chinese consumers.
These mirror the general trends economists have found among consumers around the world as economies develop. The general tendency is for consumers, as they earn more, to spend a lower percentage of their income on food, a little more on healthcare, and even more on travel and transportation, as well as on recreational activities. It was no great stretch then, in our report five years ago, to predict a significant shift in consumption from necessities and seminecessities into discretionary categories.
Sure enough, our new survey shows Chinese consumers following the anticipated pattern. When we asked how they plan to increase spending as their income increases, dramatically fewer consumers said they will increase it on food (46 percent in the latest survey, compared to the 76 percent who said they would do so three years earlier). Responses trended slightly up for healthcare products (from 16 percent to 17 percent), and increased for travel (from 14 percent to 23 percent) and leisure (from 17 percent to 25 percent).
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In our previous predictions, we also argued that as the income of Chinese consumers grew, they would aspire to improve their quality of life by not only spending more on discretionary items, but also by shifting their spending to more expensive items in the same categories. In necessity categories such as food, for example, we predicted consumers would be willing to spend more for healthier versions of the same productsfor instance, that olive oil would grow much faster than less healthy (and less expensive) oils.
In seminecessity categories like apparel, we predicted people would buy more special-occasion and premium brands. We anticipated that the strongest beneficiaries of these changes would be in the more discretionary and aspirational categories, such as skincare and automotive.
So what has happened so far. Premium categories have really accelerated. Comparing cosmetics purchases between 2011 and 2015, 44 percent of consumers have traded up their purchases, compared with 4 percent who traded down. Even for rice, 25 percent of consumers traded up versus 3 percent who traded down. Automotive was not included in our survey, but sales data from the Traffic Management Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security in China suggest significant trading up.
In 2011, 51 percent of the renminbi spent on cars by Chinese consumers were for autos cheaper than 100,000 RMB. These sales accounted for only 43 percent of the market. Cars selling for 100,000 to 250,000 RMB grew twice as fast with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19 percent versus 9 percent.
And cars with price tags between 250,000 and 400,000 RMB grew the fastest of all, with 23 percent CAGR. In 2011, we observed a big generational difference between consumers in their late 50s and early 60s, who were very conservative spenders, and all of the age cohorts younger than them. We predicted that by 2020, as the needs of consumers over the age of 55 changed along with their economic confidence, their spending habits would follow suit, making this age group worth pursuing by consumer-product companies.
If anything, we underestimated the speed and force with which this trend would unfold. For example, 52 percent of the people in this age group showed a preference for premium products, compared to just 32 percent in 2012.
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They leaped from being the most conservative age group to the one most likely to trade up. Similarly, the preference for famous brand names among these older buyers jumped by more than 20 percent, fully closing the previous difference among cohorts. That said, the upper age group has remained more pragmatic and cost conscious than any other age group, as we discuss in the following section.
Back in 2011, even as we were predicting changes in the behavior and preferences of Chinese consumers, we also saw ways in which their essential pragmatism would likely stay the same. For instance, we anticipated that impulse buying would remain lower than in other countries and that value for money would continue to be an important consideration when choosing products and services. Interestingly, Chinese consumers across all age groups have, in some ways, become even more pragmatic.
The individual consumer We also predicted that as Chinese consumers aspire to a better life and trade up their purchases, they would become more discerning and gradually more individualistic. This would lead, for example, to a shift toward more healthy choices, more user-friendly products, and products and brands that better fit their personality.