Filtering Facepiece Respirators

We mobilized our technical expertise, manufacturing capabilities, and financial resources to design and manufacture an N95-style mask to keep healthcare workers safe in response to the global pandemic.

Better quality.
Better fit.
Better protection.

Our pressure molding technology forms a shell-type respirator providing a perfect seal with the face. The memory foam seal provides unmatched comfort, which allows healthcare professionals to wear the respirator for longer periods of time.

Our respirator has passed the leak tests (also known as a fit-tests) outlined by NIOSH. Our one-size-fits-many respirator accommodates more than 80% of face morphologies. Having one respirator model with such a high success rate facilitates logistics by reducing the number of models required to satisfy the diversity of face morphologies.

Protecting healthcare practitioners globally.

Our mask adheres to the requirements necessary to comply with Canadian standards for the equivalent of an N95 mask.

In addition, our industrial processes meet the rigorous quality management conditions required to act as a supplier of medical equipment in Canada.

The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Group launched a Canadian certification program in fall 2020 to provide an alternative to the United States’ National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) certificate.

Currently, the Canadian respirator guidance is based on NIOSH certificate requirements and promotes a comparable safety standard. The respirators certified through the Canadian program are designated 95PFE. We have received the designation FFR 95PFE-L1

Health Canada approved – our authorization reference number is 315509.

Proudly designed
and produced
in Canada.

Bringing together supply partners located nearby in North America helps eliminate supply-chain ruptures in the event of future sanitary emergencies.

Production of our mask relies largely on Canadian components, though some are sourced from the United-States.

By offering our mask in health establishments across Canada and the US, we are collectively taking a large step towards being self-sufficient in N95-type masks.


Test Requirements Result
Particulate filter efficiency NIOSH 42 CFR 84 (TEB-APR-STP-0059) ≥ 95% Pass
Breathing resistance/differential pressure Inhalation: <35 mmH2O (343.2 Pa)
Exhalation: <25 mmH2O (245.2 Pa)
Fit test CAN/CSA Z94.4 One size fits all
Fluid resistance ASTM F1862M-17 ASTM
Level 1 for 80 mm Hg
Classified as ASTM Level 1
Mechanical strength of headstrap Ability to withstand a 10 N force for each headstrap tested Pass
Flammability 16 CFR 1610 Footnote 16 or CAN/CGSB 4.2 No. 27.5 Footnote 17 Class 1 (≥3.5 s flame spread) Classified as Class 1
Donning instructions
Take the exterior of the respirator with one hand, and ensure the straps are hanging free under the respirator.
Hold the respirator against your face to cover the nose and chin.
While holding the respirator against your face, pull the lower headstrap and place it around the neck.
Place the upper strap on your head.
Doffing instructions
It is important that you not touch the front of the respirator.
Wash your hands thoroughly before removing.
First, tilt your head forward. Then, use two hands to grab the bottom strap, pull to the sides, then over your head. Next, use both hands to grab the upper strap, pull to the sides, then over your head. Keep tension on the upper strap as you remove it, which will let the mask fall forward. Dispose of it. Thoroughly wash your hands again.

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