N95 Flat Fold Respirators

N95 Medical & Surgical Flat Fold
Particulate Respirator

2020A-C

  • Offers ≥ 98% BFE (Bacterial Filtration Efficiency)
  • Seal check tested
  • Canadian made electrostatic non-woven polypropylene fibers ensure maximum filtration performance
  • Hypo-allergenic for users with sensitive skin
  • Extra elastic headband to fit all head sizes
  • Disposable, for single use only
  • Made in Canada 

N95 Industrial Flat Fold
Particulate Respirator

1010A-C

  • Authorized N95 respirator
    Read more about Health Canada safety and performance specifications here
  • Seal check tested
  • Canadian made electrostatic non-woven polypropylene fibers ensure maximum filtration performance
  • Hypo-allergenic for users with sensitive skin
  • Extra elastic headband to fit all head sizes
  • Disposable, for single use only
  • Made in Canada 

Use Instructions

  • Before occupational use for respiratory protection, a written respiratory protection program must be implemented meeting all requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.139 and/or 1910.134 such as medical evaluation, training and fit testing. In Canada, CSA standard Z94.4 requirements must be met.
  • Respirator may be used until damaged, breathing becomes difficult, or contaminated with blood or body fluids.
  • It is recommended to use the respirator for an extended period rather than reusing. If reusing the respirator, ensure you inspect for damage, contamination from blood or body fluids, and consult with your organizations policies on reusing respirators. It is not recommended to reuse the respirator.
  • Filtering facepieces are to be inspected prior to each use to assure there are no holes in the breathing zone. Enlarged holes resulting from ripped or torn filter material is considered damage. Immediately replace respirator if damaged.

  1. Cup the mask into your hand with the nosepiece right-side up and the headbands hanging down
  2. Position the respirator under your chin and the nosepiece on the bridge of your nose
  3. While holding the respirator in position, pull the top headband over your head and rest it at the crown of the back of your head
  4. As you continue to hold the bottom headband over your head and rest it around your upper neck, below your ears
  5. Untwist the straps and optimally position the respirator low on your nose
  6. Using both hands, mold the nosepiece to fix snugly against the nose bridge and face, below the eyes
  7. Using a mirror, further check and adjust the edges to provide a good seal around the face
  8. Perform a user seal check prior to each wearing. To check the respirator-to-face seal, cover the mask with one or both hands, Inhale and exhale sharply. Be careful not to disturb the position of the respirator. If air leaks around the nose, re-adjust the nosepiece as described in step 6. If air leaks around respirator edges, adjust panels and straps. If you CANNOT achieve a proper fit, DO NOT enter the contaminated area. See your supervisor.

Description & Classification

Item Number: 1010A-C
Product Name: 95PFE Flat Fold Particulate Respirator
Class: 1
Canada Standards: Health Canada 95PFE
Country of Origin: Made in Canada with Canadian and foreign materials

Material Composition & Specs

Straps: Thermoplastic Elastomer
Nose Clip: Polypropylene & Aluminum
Mask Materials: Polypropylene, Cotton
*Trade Secret on Composition & Performance
Product Weight: 0.35 oz
Top Strap Length: 12 ½ inches folded
Bottom Strap Length: 11 ½ Inches folded
Particle Filtration: ≥ 95%
Inhalation Resistance: ≤ 343 Pa
Exhalation Resistance: ≤ 245 Pa
Headband Strength: Above 5.00 Lbs

Description of Use

Application: Industrial Applications, Daily Protection
Intended User: Protection against dust, sand, air-borne pollutants or liquid mists in concentrations not exceeding 10X PEL/OEL
Do Not Use For: Gases and vapors, oil aerosols, asbestos, arsenic, cadmium, lead, 4,4-methylene dianiline (MDA), or abrasive blasting.

Special Consideration

Special Requirements for Use:
• The N95 mask can be used only once and should be used immediately after opening the package
• The mask should be discarded immediately after use
• The mask should not be used if it is damp or wet
Shelf Life: 5 years from the date of manufacture
Storage: Store respirators in the original packaging away from contaminated areas with dust, extreme temperatures, sunlight, excessive moisture and chemicals
Storage Temperature: -4°F (-20°C) and +86°F (+30°C) and not exceeding 80% RH

Breathe Medical Manufacturing Ltd.
250 Beaver Lake Road
Kelowna, British Columbia, V4V 1S5

1-778-738-1260
sales@breathemedicalmanufacturing.com