- NIOSH-approved N95 respirator.
- Breathing is made simpler with 3M proprietary filter media.
- Noseclip with adjustment for a unique fit and secure seal.
- Flat-fold design is convenient.
- The soft inner layer, gentle on the skin.
- There are no natural rubber latex components in stapled elastic headbands.
- Individual packing allows for easy storage and transport.
The N95 9010 Particulate Respirator is a vertical flat-fold disposable respirator designed to give workers comfortable and reliable protection against non-oil-based particles.
The 9010 Particulate Respirator, N95 is a disposable particulate respirator with filtering effectiveness of at least 95% against specific non-oil-based particles. The lightweight, vertical flat-fold respirator provides quality, reliable, and convenient worker respiratory protection, as well as individual packaging for easy storage before use. To suit your respiratory protection and comfort needs, 3M uses a variety of unique technologies and features. 3M Advanced Electrostatic Medium, a patented filter media developed by 3M, screens dust and other particles while allowing for easy breathing. The soft inner material adds comfort, and the adjustable nose clip allows for a specific fit. These features are intended to make the user more comfortable. Grinding, sanding, sweeping, bagging, and other dusty or arid processes are suggested applications. Mold, Bacillus anthracis, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and other airborne biological particles can also be reduced by using this device. Emergency or pandemic preparedness planning, stockpiling, and other applications are examples. WARNING: These respirators can help decrease your exposure to certain toxins in the air. The wearer must read and understand the User Instructions included in the product packaging before using it. A written respiratory protection program must be created in the United States that meets all OSHA 1910.134 criteria, including training, fit testing, and medical evaluation. In Canada, CSA standard Z94.4 requirements must be met, as well as any related jurisdictional requirements. Misuse can lead to illness or death.