Surgical Face Mask - Level 2 (Tie-Back)- CASE
50 Masks Per Box, 40 Boxes. 2000 pieces.
Prevent the spread of germs in medical environments with these high-quality surgical face masks from General Medical Supply. Approved for surgical use, they're made with multiple layers for highly efficient filtration, including melt-blown fabric and spunbond non-woven fabric to shield out airborne particles while remaining breathable.
These tie-back surgical masks feature the standard top and bottom tie design so you can create a custom-like fit that stays securely attached to the ears during long procedures. They also feature a pliable nose piece for all-day comfort.
Our surgical masks are designed for single-use wear and are latex-free so they work well in health care environments.
GMS Surgical Face Masks are a great choice for medical staff looking for ≥98% bacterial and particulate filtration efficiency (BFE) PLUS a physical barrier to prevent the direct penetration of blood and bodily fluids.
- Tested according to ASTM F2100 Level 2
- BFE (bacterial filtration efficiency) ≥98%
- Particulate Filtration Efficiency (PFE) ≥ 98%, .01 micron
- Splash resistance pressure ≥ 120 mm Hg
- CE & FDA Certified Manufacturer FDA 510K assigned
- Latex-free & Fiberglass free
- Melt-Blown Fabric is the Key to Protection
PP Spunbond Non-Woven Fabric, Melt-Blown Fabric, PP Spunbond Non-Woven Fabric, Tie-Backs
Suitable for Public Health Protection, to Prevent the Inhalation and Exhalation of Respiratory Droplets. Approved for Surgical Use. It is intended to be worn by health professionals during surgery and during nursing to catch the bacteria shed in liquid droplets and aerosols from the wearer's mouth and nose.
Widely used in hospital, healthcare, medical consumables, pharmacies, beauty salons, food processing and industrial protective plants; Daily Use: anti-dust, anti-bacteria, anti-virus, anti-pollutions.
Manufactured by Winner Medical Co. LTD. Made in China.
Testing by Nelson Labs and performed in compliance with US FDA good manufacturing practice (GMP) regulations 21 CFR Parts 210, 211 and 820.