BMT VirusGuard PPE Mask Filtration Fabrics & Safety Barrier Screen
Engineered with BMT NanoScreen™ Technology
BMT NanoScreen™ PPE filtration products defend & mitigate against a wide range of airborne droplets that can carry many viruses including COVID-19.
BMT VirusGuard Standard Grade PPE filtration fabrics are ASTM tested and engineered to deliver safety with high filtration efficiency and advanced breathability for comfortable all-day use for people on the move. Engineered with a patented NanoScreen™ technology filtration core to defend against respiratory airborne droplets defined as high risk in the range of 5,000-10,000 nanometers by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC).
Our BMT Type 9004 Advanced Grade NanoScreen™ is ASTM F2100 pending to deliver outstanding VFE Viral Filtration Efficiency with an advanced breathability feature for maximum comfort for all-day use by health care & emergency services professionals. Viral Filtration Efficiency (VFE) testing is conducted in compliance with ASTM F2100 and is executed under Standard Test Protocol STP0007 Rev 16. Testing is performed in compliance with US FDA good manufacturing practice (GMP) regulations 21 CFR Parts 210, 211, and 820. The BMT VirusGuard Type 9004 Advanced Grade is engineered to be our highest performing Viral Filtration Efficiency PPE mask fabric to offer the most rigid compliance standards.
Superior Filtration Properties
ASTM F2100 Tested Viral & Bacterial Filtration Efficiency of <= 90% With Outstanding NanoScreen™ Breathability Performance
Type 9002 5-Layer Flex-Fabric Construction
Made with Type 9001 3-Layer NanoScreen™ Functional Core at Center
BMT VirusGuard Reusable Mask Fabric on Rolls
Sample BMT VirusGuard Reusable Masks & Filter Inserts
Masks Made with 5-Layer Type 9002 NanoMask Fabric
Filter Inserts Made with 3-Layer Type 9001 NanoScreen™ Fabric
NanoScreen™ Functional Core Technology Inside
BMT VirusGuard Safety Barrier Screen on Rolls
ORDER LEAD TIME: 14-day express delivery from PO date to any commercial client or DoD designated vendor mask or barrier screen production site or to any field operation unit that requires Safety Barrier Curtain Screen on rolls
VENDOR DATA: BMT Fibers / 950 Third Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10022, United States of America
TAX ID # = 13-496-8837
DUNS # = 01-191-1716
BMT is an American company established in 1922 and a leader in the USA & global technical textile fibers market.
RESTRICTIONS: BMT does not manufacture finished masks or safety barrier screen. For recommended authorized BMT NanoScreen™ PPE safety product manufacturers or for DoD / VA / FEMA programs, please inquire by filling out the form below.
CERTIFICATION: We certify that BMT pricing is being held at our 2019 pre-COVID-19 USA national market pricing for the same or similar BMT products. BMT will not tolerate abusive pricing at times of national emergency. Subject to changes in raw materials costs and ocean / land / air freight market movements.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION: Please refer to the attached BMT TECHNICAL BULLETIN.Click Here for BMT VirusGuard Technical Information
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