Respir-X's dust masks meet FDA approval. These standards warrant Respir-X's dust masks in both surgical and non-surgical applications.

All Respir-X's respirators meet the National Institute of Safety and Health's standards. They pass NIOSH's strict testing and certification process. These tests include, but are not limited to dust, dust and mist, fume and mist, spray paint, pesticide, etc.

Respiratory contaminants can be divided into two basic groups: particles and gases. How you protect yourself depends on which type of hazard it is.

Particles are very tiny pieces of matter. If the particle is dry it is called a dust. If the particle is liquid it is a mist. And if the particle is created by burning material it is known as a fume. Breathing in these particles can clog and irritate you respiratory system.