Eclipse ARC N95 Equivalent Respirator (Box of 25)
Level 3 Protection | Certification Health Canada Ref # 320544
The ARC is one of the first N95-equivalent PPE Respirators to be made in Canada.
ARC Surgical Grade Respirators are the first Ontario-made respirators to be granted an Interim Order from Health Canada permitting the sale and export of this product. NIOSH N95 status is also currently in process. These Respirators are made with 100% biocompatible materials to minimize irritation over long shifts. The snug-fitting mask body has an all-aluminum nose bridge and durable, flexible head straps for superior comfort and protection. ARC Respirators meet Level 3 fluid resistance and >99% particulate and bacterial filtration requirements under ASTM F2100 standards and are Health Canada fit requirement compliant and marked per NIOSH and ISO 13485 guidelines. Proudly made in Ontario.
With its superior seal and moisture repellent exterior the ARC provides surgical grade protection when you need it. We have applied our innovative technology and best practices in mask design and manufacturing to create the ultimate in personal protective equipment (PPE) for peace of mind in either healthcare settings or daily life.
Healthcare Applications, Infection Control Practices, Protection for Airborne Pathogens
• Dye free
• Latex free
• Fluid resistant
• Double layer filter
• Comfortable headbands
• Provides protection from small particle aerosols
• Improved face seal prevents leakage around mask
Product Type: Respirator
Model: ARC Certification
Health Canada Ref # 320544
Style: Vertical Fold Donning Style
Headbands Colour: White
Size: Regular / Large
Strap: Polyester / Spandex
Fabric Construction: Polypropylene non-woven
Nose Bridge: Aluminum
Nose Foam: PVC
Packaging: Individually Wrapped
Eclipse Innovations is a new arm of business from the long-established Eclipse Automation team. With their design and manufacturing experience within the medical automation industry, the experts at Eclipse Innovations knew it was their obligation to step up and find ways to make a domestic supply chain of N95 respirators and procedure masks a reality in Canada. They also remain committed to their work on other products and automation systems for medical devices which directly support the fight against COVID-19.