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So this requires a large minimum purchase of a quantity of 200, but pricing is essentially pre-pandemic.

Use coupon code save99h and sweb30

When i setup an order for shipped to california, it was $254 plus shipping($20) and tax ($19.95) coming out to total of $294 or $1.47 a mask.

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Mfr Part #: DC300N95B

Country of Origin: United States
Disposable Respirators & Masks | Type: Particulate Respirator | NIOSH Classification: N95

See the listing on the cdc website for honeywell DC300N95, i dont know what the extra b stands for on the actual part number.

https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/npptl/t...st1-h.html

Msc Industrial direct is a large well known industrial supplier
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MSC...ial_Direct


In mid June i ordered moldex n95s from msc direct and they were shipped right away, so basing my experience that they may ship on that.

https://www.mscdirect.com/webapp/...s/94937737
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EHS professional: Performing fit test and new mask testing at a Houston area Hospital.

So we just got these DC300N95 Honeywell early last week.

Fit: No nose piece adjustment, very very thin fabric, good strap material.

Who this fits: Limited experience testing but we are pushing them first testing because we have so many.

Fits small faces with low wide bridge noses. Everyone else that I've put this on has been failing miserably with the OSHA 1910.134 Quantitative fit test. ( Failing is >1% leakage rate, <100 score)

I would recommend this respirator for women with low wide bridge noses. Would be much to small for men.

Protection: Even if it doesn't fit you perfectly you will still have greater protection then a surgical mask. (just would hurt anyone with a large nose bridge)

Would I buy: Because of the lack of metal nose piece you lose a major ability to conform the respirator to various facial structures. Unless you have a very exact facial structure (mentioned above) this will not provide you with a good seal.

Hope my limiting testing using this respirator helps out some folks decisions.

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I wonder where these are made.
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Some people need the particulate filter to work in the trades. These guys can't just sterilize their mask and reuse it. Once it fills with particulates, they have to find a new one or they can't work.
sure, and if they're in one of those industries and have been fit tested for proper fit then go for it. but for the people who are buying this to go to the grocery store please just don't.
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So these don't have the metal tab in the nose bridge for proper fit? If so that's a no go, how did they get n95 certification without it? Also, seems like price has gone up to $352 plus shipping now...
I googled the mask without the b and went to Honeywell a site. It states there is an adjustable nose bridge portion. I assume it's on the inside?!?
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I've watched my colleagues reuse n95s for weeks while caring for covid patients. despite the waning media coverage there is still a very real ppe shortage in hospitals and cases are going up. furthermore, n95s are only effective when you have the right size, of the right style. please, don't buy these unless you truly need them and have been tested to ensure that they fit. 3 ply cloth and disposable masks are likely enough for the great majority of you
Yup. Certain areas are experiencing PPE shortages again. n95s protect people who have to be in prolonged presence of people with covid or at high risk of having it and it protects the person by filtering the incoming air. Everyday folks don't need this. We need everyone out in public to just wear regular masks that tremendously reduces the infectiousness of people who have it, while also reducing your chance of catching it, but the real value is reducing harm by spreaders. It's also a good reminder to everyone to do the other things like hand washing/sanitizer and keeping distance.
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EHS professional: Performing fit test and new mask testing at a Houston area Hospital.

So we just got these DC300N95 Honeywell early last week.

Fit: No nose piece adjustment, very very thin fabric, good strap material.

Who this fits: Limited experience testing but we are pushing them first testing because we have so many.

Fits small faces with low wide bridge noses. Everyone else that I've put this on has been failing miserably with the OSHA 1910.134 Quantitative fit test. ( Failing is >1% leakage rate, <100 score)

I would recommend this respirator for women with low wide bridge noses. Would be much to small for men.

Protection: Even if it doesn't fit you perfectly you will still have greater protection then a surgical mask. (just would hurt anyone with a large nose bridge)

Would I buy: Because of the lack of metal nose piece you lose a major ability to conform the respirator to various facial structures. Unless you have a very exact facial structure (mentioned above) this will not provide you with a good seal.

Hope my limiting testing using this respirator helps out some folks decisions.
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Yup. Certain areas are experiencing PPE shortages again. n95s protect people who have to be in prolonged presence of people with covid or at high risk of having it and it protects the person by filtering the incoming air. Everyday folks don't need this. We need everyone out in public to just wear regular masks that tremendously reduces the infectiousness of people who have it, while also reducing your chance of catching it, but the real value is reducing harm by spreaders. It's also a good reminder to everyone to do the other things like hand washing/sanitizer and keeping distance.
preach. and while not peer reviewed as far as I know, there are studies that show a simple mask with something like panty hose to hold it tight against your face are nearly as effective as an n95
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Thanks OP. I'm in for 200 masks. I've sent out a mass text to friends/family if they want to split the order. The site said it ships out in about 3 business days.
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EHS professional: Performing fit test and new mask testing at a Houston area Hospital.

So we just got these DC300N95 Honeywell early last week.

Fit: No nose piece adjustment, very very thin fabric, good strap material.

Who this fits: Limited experience testing but we are pushing them first testing because we have so many.

Fits small faces with low wide bridge noses. Everyone else that I've put this on has been failing miserably with the OSHA 1910.134 Quantitative fit test. ( Failing is >1% leakage rate, <100 score)

I would recommend this respirator for women with low wide bridge noses. Would be much to small for men.

Protection: Even if it doesn't fit you perfectly you will still have greater protection then a surgical mask. (just would hurt anyone with a large nose bridge)

Would I buy: Because of the lack of metal nose piece you lose a major ability to conform the respirator to various facial structures. Unless you have a very exact facial structure (mentioned above) this will not provide you with a good seal.

Hope my limiting testing using this respirator helps out some folks decisions.
I know there were reports of inferior masks showing up in other countries that were produced in China. So much so that they were returned to sender. Do you know if that could be the case here? Your comment about very thin fabric and no nose piece gives me pause.
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fyi - china n95 export price has crashed 95% and current price is < 50c. given that n95 in usa should at least go back to pre-pandemic. very likely much cheaper considering they are making > 50mm per day
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Quote from crayboi
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EHS professional: Performing fit test and new mask testing at a Houston area Hospital.

So we just got these DC300N95 Honeywell early last week.

Fit: No nose piece adjustment, very very thin fabric, good strap material.

Who this fits: Limited experience testing but we are pushing them first testing because we have so many.

Fits small faces with low wide bridge noses. Everyone else that I've put this on has been failing miserably with the OSHA 1910.134 Quantitative fit test. ( Failing is >1% leakage rate, <100 score)

I would recommend this respirator for women with low wide bridge noses. Would be much to small for men.

Protection: Even if it doesn't fit you perfectly you will still have greater protection then a surgical mask. (just would hurt anyone with a large nose bridge)

Would I buy: Because of the lack of metal nose piece you lose a major ability to conform the respirator to various facial structures. Unless you have a very exact facial structure (mentioned above) this will not provide you with a good seal.

Hope my limiting testing using this respirator helps out some folks decisions.
Thank you for the insight. I am concerned if they are Made in China.
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i have some concerns in that it does not have a metal nose bridge, but our department is rationing these like bullets in the movie zulu so might as well give it a try
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I was about to order the powecom KN95s with the headbands which ive been procrastinating on ordering , but then I saw this. So, I"ll be hoping a shipping email comes through.
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They might ship these if nobody on the forum goes hogwild and orders several boxes.
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Wish these had adjustable nose pieces. Great deal though
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Quote from crayboi
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EHS professional: Performing fit test and new mask testing at a Houston area Hospital.

So we just got these DC300N95 Honeywell early last week.

Fit: No nose piece adjustment, very very thin fabric, good strap material.

Who this fits: Limited experience testing but we are pushing them first testing because we have so many.

Fits small faces with low wide bridge noses. Everyone else that I've put this on has been failing miserably with the OSHA 1910.134 Quantitative fit test. ( Failing is >1% leakage rate, <100 score)

I would recommend this respirator for women with low wide bridge noses. Would be much to small for men.

Protection: Even if it doesn't fit you perfectly you will still have greater protection then a surgical mask. (just would hurt anyone with a large nose bridge)

Would I buy: Because of the lack of metal nose piece you lose a major ability to conform the respirator to various facial structures. Unless you have a very exact facial structure (mentioned above) this will not provide you with a good seal.

Hope my limiting testing using this respirator helps out some folks decisions.
Thanks for sharing. While you were posting, I was ordering. These masks being too small was exactly what I was afraid of. I'm thinking of canceling.
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