N95 Respirator Sterilization
During a public health crisis like the COVID-19 outbreak, access to everyday supplies may be disrupted as demand soars. If your hospital, medical facility, or family is having difficulty obtaining new N95 masks for use during the pandemic, consider sterilizing and reusing them.
At Inspirion Biosciences, we can safely sterilize N95 respirators without harming them or reducing their efficiency. Our company has been in business since 1999, offering commercial decontamination services, lab sterilization services, mobile decontamination, BioRisk plan management, and more. We serve facilities throughout Baltimore and the Washington, DC area, and we provide mobile disinfection services as well as mail-in services for clients nationwide and beyond.
Protect the health of your staff or family with N95 respirator sterilization services from Inspirion Biosciences. Call (240) 680-9029 or contact us online to learn more.
What is an N95 Respirator & Who Needs Them?
CDC guidance says that COVID-19 primarily spreads through respiratory droplets as an infected person exhales, speaks, coughs, or sneezes. Though cloth face coverings and surgical masks help minimize the spread of viruses by preventing respiratory droplets from passing from the wearer to other people, they are not considered respiratory protection devices and, therefore, are less effective at preventing the wearer from inhaling the aerosolized droplets of nearby people.
An N95 respirator blocks virus particles both ways, when inhaling and exhaling. An N95 respirator is made from multiple layers of non-woven polypropylene which are then coated on the internal and external surfaces of the respirator with spun bonded protective fabric composed of polypropylene. N95 respirators are certified to remove at least 95% of airborne particles of 0.3 micron size. This includes most viruses, bacteria, mold spores, and other microorganisms.
Those who wear respirators should learn how to fit them properly and create a tight seal, how to safely remove them, and how to shape the nose piece to prevent fogging glasses.
Why is Sterilizing N95 Respirators Important?
N95 respirators are porous and difficult to clean properly. If you must reuse N95 respirators due to supply shortages, they should be sterilized thoroughly first to ensure no living microorganisms remain behind. This prevents the mask from spreading infectious disease between wearers.
To learn more about the sterilization process for N95 respirators, call (240) 680-9029 or contact our experts online today.
N95 Respirator Sterilization Services
At Inspirion Biosciences, we use chlorine dioxide to safely and completely sterilize N95 respirators. As a gas, it penetrates into openings and crevices to kill all organisms and sterilize all surfaces. Chlorine dioxide gas sterilization is proven to be effective against coronaviruses. Our company works with medical facilities throughout the country and throughout the world to sterilize N95 respirators. To get your N95 respirators sterilized, contact us. We will have you package and ship them to us. We will then sterilize and return them quickly. If your organization has large quantities that require routine sterilization, we will come to you.
Our team is dedicated to health and safety nationwide, and we will work diligently to ensure your N95 respirators are handled and sterilized properly. We offer fast turnaround and fair pricing. We are equipped to handle large orders.
Call Today to Sterilize Your N95 Respirators
Choose a qualified provider for all your sterilization and decontamination services. Our long list of credentials and accomplishments, achieved over more than 20 years of experience, demonstrate that you can count on our N95 respirator sterilization services at Inspirion Biosciences to help you stay safe during this pandemic.
Call (240) 680-9029 or contact us online to learn how you can start the N95 sterilization process.