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  • What are the classifications and principles of dust masks

    What are the classifications and principles of dust masks

    Dust masks are indispensable protective equipment for workers engaged in and exposed to dust. They are mainly used in working environments that contain low concentrations of harmful gases and vapors. Only adsorbent or sorbent is installed in the filter box. Some filter boxes are also equipped with a... read more

    Nov 17,2020 Industry News
  • What are the factors that affect the performance of dust masks

    What are the factors that affect the performance of dust masks

    Dust masks are indispensable protective equipment for workers engaged in and exposed to dust. They are mainly used in working environments with low concentrations of harmful gases and vapors. Only adsorbent or sorbent is installed in the filter box. Some filter boxes are also equipped with a filter ... read more

    Nov 11,2020 Industry News
  • What are the classifications and functions of masks

    What are the classifications and functions of masks

    Mask refers to a kind of equipment used to prevent the wearer from inhaling harmful components in the air. It can block smoke, vapor, gas, and suspended particles such as dust and airborne disease microorganisms. Dust masks refer to disposable, relatively simple models. Some masks similar to dust ma... read more

    Nov 03,2020 Industry News
  • A brief introduction to N95 mask related knowledge

    A brief introduction to N95 mask related knowledge

    N95 mask refers to a mask that meets the NIOSH air filtration rating standard "N95" specified by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and can block 95% of non-oily particles with a diameter of 0.3 microns or more ("N" means "Not resistant to "Oil" is the abbreviation), it... read more

    Oct 29,2020 Industry News
  • Some matters needing attention when using masks

    Some matters needing attention when using masks

    1. When used for oily particulate protection, the accumulative use time of class R does not exceed 8 hours at one time; the accumulative use time of class P does not exceed 40 hours, or the cumulative use time reaches 30 days from the start, whichever arrives earlier. 2. Protective masks cannot be w... read more

    Oct 22,2020 Industry News