The 3M Health Care Particulate Respirator and Surgical Masks 1860 (standard) and 1860S (small) offer two sizes of the traditional molded style respirator. Respirators include a soft inner shell for greater comfort against the face and, because it's fluid resistant, the 1860 Surgical Mask aids in reducing the potential exposure of the wearer to blood and other body fluids. Meets CDC guidelines for TB exposure control. NIOSH-approved.The 3M 1860 Health Care Particulate Respirator and Surgical Mask is designed to help provide respiratory protection for the wearer. This product has a filter efficiency level of 95% or greater against particulate aerosols free of oil (tested against a 0.3 micron particle -count median diameter- per 42 CFR 84.) The 3M 1860 Surgical Mask is fluid resistant, disposable and may be worn in surgery. The Surgical Mask can also fit a wide range of face sizes.
Benefits (MMM1870, MMM1860, MMM1860S)
NIOSH approved as a Type N95 respirator to meet OSHA requirements and CDC guidelines for TB exposure control. Tests conducted by NIOSH in accordance with 42 CFR 84.
Can be used during laser surgery, electrocautery and other procedures using powered medical instruments to help reduce wearer exposure to airborne particles (plume, smoke) generated during these procedures.
>99% BFE* to help reduce patient contamination caused by exhaled microorganisms.
Fluid resistant to help reduce potential exposure of the wearer to the spray, spatter and aerosol of blood and body fluids.
3M offers training materials and services to help meet OSHA training regulations for the use of respirators.
They do not contain either natural rubber latex or dry natural rubber as components in the products or packaging.
The 1860 is available in regular (1860) and small sizes (1860S) to fit a variety of face shapes and sizes.
The 1870 fits most face sizes and head shapes, allowing standardization to a single respirator for use in the facility.
Hypoallergenic to reduce chance of allergic reaction.
Both styles of respirators are NIOSH certified tested against a 0.3 micron particle (mass median aerodynamic diameter) per 42 CFR 84.
* Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) determined by the modified Greene and Vesley test method. Suggested Applications