Before wearing a Particulate Respirator Frame (PRF), fit testing is necessary to determine if the PRF provides an acceptable fit.
- Please refer to the provided instructions for cleaning, sanitizing, repairing, inspecting, and storing this PRF.
- This PRF should be stored so that it does not become damaged or deformed.
- Do not store in pockets or plastic bags. Infectious material deposited on personal protective equipment may cause it to become a vehicle for direct or indirect transmission.
- In those situations, care is needed when removing and storing personal protective equipment to avoid contamination of skin, clothing, and mucous membranes.
- Remove the PRF and either hang it in a designated area or store and transport it in a clean paper bag (consider labeling with a user’s name before use to prevent reuse by another individual).
- The accumulation of particles on the external surface of the PRF may be an exposure hazard from contact with the PRF.
- Users should be cautious and follow appropriate procedures to avoid self-inoculation from contact with these surfaces.
- Hand hygiene and infection control practices should be followed before and after touching the outside of the PRF when it is used in the presence of infectious agents.
The service life is dependent upon environment and exposure to chemicals.
Due to concerns about hygiene and the safety of our customers and employees, we will NOT be accepting any returns, except in the case of manufacturer defect.