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Advantages of Elastomeric Reusable Half-Mask Respirators and Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR)
Reduction of Storage Space
Reusable elastomeric respirators may occupy a fraction of the storage space needed for stockpiling disposable N95 respirators.
Flexibility in Protection
Elastomeric respirators offer further flexibility for use in other national emergencies ranging from natural disasters to national security threats or other novel public health emergencies.
MSA Respiratory Products
Advantage® 200 LS Half-Mask Respirator
Advantage® 420 Half-Mask Respirator
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Respiratory Protection in the News
One elastomeric could do the work of hundreds of N95s, maybe thousands, and would occupy a fraction of the storage space.
...studies began showing elastomeric masks to be more cost-effective and protective during a pandemic situation...Over time, the elastomeric masks cost 10 times less.
Utilizing reusable respirators such as Elastomeric Filtering Facepiece Respirators (EFFRs) and Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPRs) will save healthcare institutions from expensive emergency purchases of disposable respirators such as the N-95 while providing superior protection for healthcare workers during the duration of COVID-19 and subsequent pandemics.
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*Baracco, G., Eisert, S., Eagan, A., & Radonovich, L. 2015. Comparative Cost of Stockpiling Various Types of Respiratory Protective Devices to Protect the Health Care Workforce During an Influenza Pandemic. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 9(3), 313-318. doi:10.1017/dmp.2015.12