1712N95 FastFit® Flat Fold Healthcare Particulate Respirator & Surgical Mask

This product has been temporarily discontinued. We suggest our 2200N95 mask or 1512 N95 mask as a substitute.

Please note: If you change to another respirator model or size you may be required to conduct fit testing for the model you have selected in accordance with OSHA regulations. Refer to the Moldex Respirator Equivalency Guide or visit our Technical Support Page for further information.

Features

  • Quick and easy to put on, unlike any other flat fold
  • Flat fold convenience with contour molded comfort
  • Individually packaged for hygiene
  • Packed in a dispenser box for easy access
  • Meets CDC guidelines for protection against TB exposure control standards and protection against laser plumes of surgical smoke
  • Bacterial filter efficiency >99.9%
  • Highest ASTM level of fluid resistance (160 mm Hg)
  • Not manufactured with natural rubber latex
  • No need for pre-stretching straps
  • Dura-Mesh® shell resists collapsing in heat and humidity
  • Molded nose bridge seals easily without a metal noseband
  • Facepiece is naturally contoured for less pressure
  • Straps are securely attached so they don’t break at the seal
  • Softspun® lining for increased comfort and durability
  • Soft foam nose cushion for added comfort
  • NIOSH certified to have a filter efficiency of 95% or greater for non-oil based particulates
  • Certified under 42CFR84
  • Meets heat and flame resistance in accordance with ANSI/ISEA 110-2009 Section 7.11.1
  • 100% PVC-Free, like all Moldex products & packaging - for a greener alternative

1712 Advantages

Common Applications

Surgery, hospitals and healthcare facilities, nurse/hospice care, correctional facilities, police, fire and rescue teams, EMS/EMT, homeless shelters, occupational health facilities, school healthcare offices. Note: For areas with oils present, you must use an R or P respirator.

Packaging

 

Model # Description Qty. per Box Qty. per Case
1712N95 Medium/Large 20 Masks 10 Boxes per Case

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