Filters, Air, Particulate, Mask/Respirator Cartridge

Definition : Particulate filters consisting of small cartridges containing materials that remove particulates (e.g., smoke, biological aerosols, radioactive particulates) from the air as they pass through. They do not offer protection from radiation. Cartridge filters usually consist of a set of fibers (e.g., cotton, fiberglass, polyester) woven together tightly; the particles are caught as the air passes through (i.e., perpendicular) to the woven material. Particulate filtration cartridges are intended for use in masks and/or personal respirators.

Entry Terms : "Canister Filters" , "Respirator Cartridge Filters" , "Mask Cartridge Filters" , "Cartridge Filters"

UMDC code : 20717

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1-4 of 4 Match(es).

Bio-Medical Devices Inc

Company Type: Parent

Bio-Medical Devices, Inc. is a recognized leader in the development and manufacturing of personal respiratory safety products for various environments in healthcare, pharmaceutical manufacturing, bio-research labs, and industrial markets. For nearly 20 years, Bio-Medical Devices has been providing creative solutions to meet the needs of both the medical and industrial fields – wherever personal respiratory and contact concerns demand the highest quality of safety and comfort to the user.

Louis M Gerson Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

The Gerson Company is a leading U.S. manufacturer of Respiratory Protection and Coatings Application products for the Safety, Medical and Coatings markets in North America and globally.Gerson products are made to the highest quality standards by Gerson's designers, engineers and operations team. All of our products are produced to provide consistent safety, quality and ease of use to the end user. Our extensive sales and distribution network provide access to Gerson products through the world.


Company Type: Parent

Med-Dyne was originally founded as Johnson Medical Specialties, Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky in August of 1993 by E.W. Johnson, Jr.; at which time, the company's main focus was on the wholesaling of filters for oxygen concentrators. Within a few months of operation, Johnson Medical was able to acquire the assets of Terra-Con, Inc., a Vermont based company also specializing in air filtration devices. The Terra-Con operation was relocated to Louisville and operated under the name of Johnson Medical Specialties, Inc.

Sunset Healthcare Solutions

Company Type: Parent

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