3M 1860 medical anti-particle masks and surgical masks are used to provide respiratory protection. The filter material of this product has a filtration efficiency of at least 95% for non-oily particles and has liquid barrier properties. It is a disposable protective mask that can be used in surgical operations and is suitable for various face shapes
The composition of this product does not contain any natural rubber ingredients.
Uses: This product meets the requirements of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidelines for Tuberculosis Bacteria Exposure Control. As a protective mask, it is used to reduce the user’s exposure to certain airborne particles (with a particle size of 0.1 to >10.0 microns), including those produced by electrocautery, laser surgery and other electric medical equipment. As a surgical mask, its design has barrier properties to blood and other infectious liquid substances. When wearing protective glasses correctly, it meets the requirements of the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration “Blood Carrier Pathogen Standards”. For user-generated microorganisms, there are >99% BFE2.
Restrictions on use: non-industrial use. Do not use when there is beard or other facial hair that prevents the face from being sealed with the mask. OSHA does not establish allowable exposure levels for biological hazards in the air.
1. Before using respiratory protection equipment, a respiratory protection plan should be developed. The plan should meet all the requirements of OSHA 29CFR 1910.134, such as medical evaluation, training and applicability testing (in Canada, it should meet the relevant regulations of CSA standard Z94.4) . It is recommended to use 3M saccharin (sweetness) or BitrixTM (bitterness) qualitative suitability test for the suitability test of this protective mask. If it is only used as a surgical mask, it does not need to be tested for suitability.
2. When the mask is damaged, the respiratory resistance increases during use, or is contaminated by blood or other body fluids, it should be discarded. In other cases, protective masks should be stored and reused in accordance with the relevant regulations of the institution’s infection control.
3. Before each use, check the filter mask. Except for the headband fixing nail holes, confirm that there are no holes or other injuries in the breathing area. If the filter material is torn or worn, and the headband fixing nail hole is enlarged, it should be treated as fracture. Damaged protective masks should be replaced immediately. The nail hole of the headband fixing nail does not affect the NIOSH certification.
4. After each operation, it must be discarded