One case has 48 boxes of 20, of 960 total respirators.
BYD N95 Respirator DE2322 is NIOSH certified and designed to help provide respiratory protection. The DE2322 BYD N95 respirator has a filtration efficiency of 95% or more against solid and liquid aerosols free of oil. This N95 respirator contains no components made from latex. BYD seals these N95 masks individually for added protection from contaminants. These masks are, however, nonsterile.
Note all of our BYD N95 respirators were manufactured after the NIOSH certification date. The lot numbers all come from July of 2020 or later.
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N95 Particulate Respirator (Foldable)
Inner layer: polypropylene spunbond nonwoven fabric
Middle layer: polypropylene melt-blown nonwoven + hot air cotton
Outer layer: polypropylene spunbond nonwoven fabric
Elastic bands: polyester/nylon spandex blend
Nose clip: aluminum
20 masks/box (Individually wrapped)
- Suitable for protecting the mouth, nose, chin from airborne particles such as liquid aerosols, blood, body fluids and secretions.
- For Adult use only.
- Do not wash.
- Store in a cool, dry, clean place away from fire and contamination.
- Store between -20 °C and 38 °C (-4°F and 100°F) with relative humidity below 80%.
- Expires 2 years after production date listed on package.
3-Step Check before Use
1. Do not use if the packaging has been opened or damaged.
2. Check if the elastic bands are in good condition and are not damaged.
3. Check that the metallic strip is not broken.
- Unfold the mask and hold it with both hands, with the metallic strip facing up.
- Place elastic bands around the neck and head respectively. Put the mask against your face covering 3. both nose and mouth.
- Adjust the metallic strip over the bridge of the nose by using two fingers to press down until achieving a close fit.
- Perform a fit test according to instructions.
- Place both hands over the mask.
- Take a deep breath and hold your breath for a few seconds, making sure the mask collapses inward as you inhale.
- Then exhale and hold your breath for a few seconds, making sure the mask bulges outward as you exhale.
- If air leaks, reposition the mask, tighten the metallic strip and reposition the elastic bands for a better fit.
Follow steps 1-3 again until a tight seal has been achieved.
- Masks that have passed the fitting test are now safe to use.
- Facial hair or other facial features may prevent the mask from achieving a proper fit. If a tight seal is not achievable, please DO NOT use this product.
- If you experience difficulty breathing, dizziness, or other symptoms, leave the contaminated area immediately.
Time Use Limitation
If the mask becomes damaged, soiled, or breathing becomes difficult, leave the contaminated area and replace and refit the new mask.