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Low Maintenance Half Mask Rsprtr
- Item # 4RM12
- Mfr. Model # 7190N99
- UNSPSC # 46182002
- Catalog Page # 2390
- Shipping Weight 0.2 lbs.
- Item Respirator and Filter
- Filter Class N99
- Exhalation Valve Yes
- Face Seal Yes
- Nose Clip Yes
- Nuisance Removal No
- Size Universal
- Headstrap Type Dual Elastic
- Includes (1) N99 Filter
- Standards NIOSH
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A respirator should not be assigned to a person unless the person is given a
qualitative or quantitative respirator fit test and the results of the test indicate
that the facepiece of the respirator fits properly.
Fit tests should be conducted at least annually and more frequently if there are
factors such as weight change or dental surgery which may affect the fit of the
Instructions for carrying out qualitative and quantitative respirator fit tests are
given in publications such as ANSI Z88.2-1992, and respirator manuals published
by government agencies such as NIOSH, ERDA, and NRC.
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