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The Kimberly Clark Halyard Fluidshield Level 3 Fog-Free Procedure Mask is an eye lens and or facemask that help keep you safe when conducting medical procedures by preventing fluids from jumping and getting into opened areas such as eyes or mouths. In such medical facilities like those that draw blood or plasma on a larger scale, there may be more possibilities of finding yourself in the direct path of jumping blood which apart from being a hazard on its own - can be dangerous if the blood came from a carrier of a disease.
The Kimberly Clark 47147 FLUIDSHIELD WrapAround Visor Level 3 Fog-Free Procedure Mask is made with an anti-fog material to prevent the wraparound visor from fogging up and blocking your vision. The masks are also resistant to fluids and help stop them from penetrating the layer of the surgical mask and into these opened areas. The wrap around visor is just that, the benefit of wrapping around longer to the face gives better coverage from contaminants.
The Halyard 47137 FLUIDSHIELD Level 3 Orange Procedure Mask With SO SOFT* Lining and Visor is color-coded with light orange to allows its introduction to be available by those that look for it; keeping it easily identifiable and distinguishable from other blue procedure face masks. Secured by over ear loop, the mask stays in place even with quick movement and motion.
Product Features and Benefits
- Anti-Fog Lens
- Fluid Resistant Splashguard Visor
- Protects the Face from Being Contaminated
- Light Orange Color
- Secured to Earloops
- Manufacturer: Kimberly Clark
- Product SKU: 47137, 47147
- Brand: FluidShield
- Application: Procedure Mask with Eye Shield
- Color: Orange
- Fastening Type: Earloops
- Material: SO SOFT Fabric
- Fluid Resistance: 160 Millimeter of Mercury (mmHg)
- Bacterial Filtration Efficiency: BFE 99 Percent
- Particle Filtration Efficiency: PFE 99 Percent
- Size: One Size Fits Most
- Style: Pleated
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Kimberly Clark
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