Ultra Health Level 3 Surgical Face Masks Pack of 50 – TGA Listed – Ear Ties
Covering your face with a mask provides protection from others while preventing potential spread. Whenever we forcefully exhale, we release droplets – face coverings decrease how many droplets we release when we speak, cough, or sneeze. 3 Ply Disposable Face Masks feature a hydrophobic non-woven outer layer, melt blown filter middle layer, and a soft and absorbent inner layer.
Why Ultra Health Level 3 Surgical Face Masks?
The Level 3 masks are ideal for procedures where heavy to moderate amounts of fluid, spray and/or aerosols are produced. Level 3 masks have a higher level of splash protection and are used for procedures where there is a greater risk for potential exposure to blood and body fluids, such as surgical procedures and major trauma.
ASTM F2100-11 Standards
Level 1: Low barrier protection; thin and used for short procedures and exams
Level 2: Superior barrier protection; semi-fluid resistant, comfortable, generally used in households, and offices; for low to moderate levels of aerosols, spray, and/or fluids
Level 3: Maximum barrier protection; fluid-resistant, generally used by doctors and in the medical field; for heavy levels of aerosols, spray, and/or fluids
Medical masks should be selected based on the level of protection required for their intended use.
The ASTM (American Society of Testing and Materials) classifies the level of protection provided by medical masks as Level 1, Level 2 or Level 3 (with Level 3 providing the highest level of protection), based on the following criteria:
Who uses Ultra Health Level 3 Surgical Face Masks?
Recommended industries include: Offices, Engineering, Medical, Aged Care, Dentists, Child Care, Tattoo Artists, Mechanical, Food, Laboratory
Wash your hands before putting on your mask.
Hold one ear strap with both hands, making sure the outer layer is facing up.
Put on the mask, cover your nose and chin.
Adjust to a comfortable position so that the mask fits the face.
Conduct air tightness inspection.
To be most effective, the face mask must be worn whenever you are exposed to the particles from which you wish to reduce your exposure. Particles such as those from grinding, sanding, sweeping, sawing, bagging and processing minerals, coal, iron ore, flour, metal, wood, pollen, and certain other substances – please follow all local regulations.
Wash your hands often with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Cover your mouth and nose with your elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth if your hands aren’t clean.
Avoid close contact with anyone who is sick.
Clean surfaces you often touch.
Stay home from work, school, and public areas if you’re sick.