News | April 24, 2007

New Line of Antimicrobial Respirators Protects Against Airborne Illnesses

April 25, 2007 - A new line of antimicrobial respirators that meet and exceed CDC and WHO standards for protection against airborne illnesses such as Avian Influenza is available from The Safe Life Corp.

While widely available N95 respirators filter out most dust particles, bacteria and fungi, smaller viruses fall below the 0.3-micron size and can escape filtration. The Safe Life Corp.'s Triosyn respirator is implanted with an anti-microbial filtration layer containing Triosyn resin, an iodine media that harnesses the antimicrobial power of iodine. Triosyn controls the delivery and dosage of molecular iodine directly to microorganisms, and Triosyn resin offers a mechanism of capture that stops microorganisms on contact.

The Safe Life Triosyn product line of respirators meet and exceed CDC and WHO standards for protection against airborne illnesses such as Avian Influenza, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and tuberculosis as well as a broad spectrum of other airborne threats. They are disposable respirators that can stop 99.99 percent of both airborne and droplet virus, according to the company.

For more information visit www.birdflumask.us.

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