N95 Grade Respirator

N95 Grade Respirator

N95 Respirators are designed to be worn on the face to cover the mouth and nose. They are effective in reducing the spread of viruses in a medical setting when combined with the use of other PPE.


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N95 Respirators are designed to be worn on the face to cover the mouth and nose. They are effective in reducing the spread of viruses in a medical setting when combined with the use of other PPE.

Why aren’t you giving this equipment to the NHS?

We are working with the NHS in order to supply them with the PPE equipment they need. We have been able to obtain large stocks of PPE, such as face masks, medical gowns and hand sanitiser. The vast majority of our stock has been earmarked for the NHS, where it will go to healthcare workers dealing with coronavirus patients.

However, we also recognise that other key workers, such as delivery drivers, care workers and supermarket staff also require items of PPE in order to safely do their jobs. In response to this, we have made a limited amount of our PPE stock available for sale to the general public. Our intention is to supply high-quality, certified PPE to key workers who may otherwise struggle to get hold of it.

If you would like more information about this, please get in touch.


N95 Grade Respirator

Surgical Face Masks disposable devices designed to be worn on the face to cover the mouth and nose. They are effective in reducing the spread of viruses in a medical setting when combined with the use of other PPE.

Instant eCare sells two varieties; N95 grade respirators and surgical face masks. Both are CE marked as being suitable for sale in the United Kingdom.

Both items are clinical-grade and are designed to be worn by medical professionals in a clinical setting. Current government advice is that the wearing of face masks by non-medical professionals is unnecessary in combating the spread of coronavirus.

How these masks work

N95 respirators are designed to filter out 95% of particles that are 0.3 microns or larger. Should you come into contact with saliva or naval mucous from an infected person, your face mask should filter this out and prevent droplets from landing on your face and infecting you.

Our N95 grade respirators are designed to for a particle filtration efficiency and bacterial filtration efficiency of 95%. They are also suitable for use against biological particles in suspension, as well as to protect yourself from coronavirus.

Before you wear these masks

You should ensure that the level of protection these masks offer you is sufficient for the concentration and contaminants of your work area. Wearing masks does not guarantee that you will not become infected.

Wear only one mask at a time. Wearing more than one mask will not reduce the risk of infection.

If you have facial hair, leak-tightness is unlikely to be achieved with an N95 respirator. This will significantly reduce the effectiveness of the respirator. You are advised to remove your facial hair before wearing to ensure that the mask fits tightly enough to protect you from infection. This is not an issue with surgical face masks as unlike N95 masks they are not designed to achieve a tight fit around the mouth and nose.

Face masks should not be shared or reused.

Wearing a face mask may make it more difficult for you to breathe. If you suffer from respiratory problems, you should consult your healthcare provider before wearing a face mask.

Should your mask become soiled or damaged, you should replace it. Wear a new mask, and dispose of the old one by placing it into a plastic bag and into a bin. Wash your hands after disposing of the new mask.


How to fit these masks

  1. Hold the respirator in your hand, with the left hand holding the left strap, and the right hand holding the right strap.
  2. Place the respirator over the nose, mouth and chin. Pull the left and right strap so that the top of the strap goes above the ear and the bottom of the strap goes below the ear.
  3. Hold the non removable hook, which you will find attached to the right strap, and hook onto the left strap on the back of the head for a proper fit. There are three hook slots to choose from depending on your head size.
  4. To test fit: Cup both hands over the mask. Inhale sharply. Negative pressure should be felt inside the mask. If air leaks around the edges, reposition the straps or adjust the mask and hook for a better fit.

Warnings and Precautions

Do not use this product in atmospheres containing less than 19.5% oxygen.

Do not use this product in atmospheres immediately dangerous to life or health.

Do not exceed maximum use concentration established by regulatory standards.

Failure to properly use and maintain this product could result in injury and death.

Never substitute, add, omit or modify parts. Use only exact replacement parts in accordance with the configuration specified by the manufacturer.

Refer to the users' instructions or maintenance manuals for information on use and maintenance of your respirator.

This respirator is not guaranteed to protect against the risk of contracting any disease or viral infection.

You must read the fitting instructions included with the product before wearing.

Please note that if you are sensitive to natural rubber latex, this product may cause you to experience an allergic reaction.

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