Disposable Respirators

Easy-to-use disposable respirators ensure your personnel are safe from airborne irritants

For everyday tasks requiring protection against smoke, dust and other respiratory irritants, disposable respirators are the equipment of choice. A standard disposable respirator should be designed for ease of use and maximum protection. A respirator that meets NIOSH specifications and has a filter efficiency of 95% or greater is ideal. Also consider the weight of the equipment when choosing one for your workforce as heavy respirators can contribute to fatigue especially when used for extended periods of time.

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  • 3M™ 8210Plus N95 Particulate Respirator 8210P

    $22.84
    Box of 20 Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • 3M™ 8511 N95 Particulate Respirator 70070757557

    $21.30
    Box of 10 Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • 3M™ 8246 R95 Particulate Respirator 70070757714

    $68.20
    Box of 20 Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • 3M™ 8233 N100 Particulate Respirator 8233

    $10.99
    Each

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  • 3M™ 8210V N95 Particulate Respirator 8210V

    $14.85
    Box

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  • Moldex® 2300N95 Series Respirators with Exhale Valve

    Starting at $19.55
    Box of 10 Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • Gerson Nuisance Dust Mask 1501

    $6.55
    Box of 50 Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • 3M™ 8293 P100 Particulate Respirator 8293

    $11.56
    Each

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  • 3M™ 8515 N95 Particulate Respirator 8515

    $34.36
    Box of 10 Each

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  • Moldex® P100 Particulate Respirator with Ventex Valve 2360P100S

    $48.20
    Pack of 5 Each

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Due to their convenience and effectivity, disposable respirators are the more common form respiratory protection equipment. However, being disposable in nature, some important factors should be remembered:
1. Do not use disposable respirators in hazardous environments as these are not tight-fitting.
2. Only use respirators in the environment they were meant to be used in. If you have an N95 respirator, only use this in oil-free environments; for protection against oil-based contaminants, choose an R95 or a P95 respirator.
3. Since using a respirator can make breathing more difficult, people with breathing problems or respiratory illnesses such as emphysema, bronchitis or even an existing heart condition should first consult with a physician.
4. Once soiled, disposable respirators should be discarded as these cannot be effectively cleaned.
5. Once a disposable respirator becomes ineffective, i.e. it becomes increasingly difficult to breathe, this should be replaced.