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Procedural mask

SUPERFIT®️ Procedural Earloop Masks are registered with FDA 510K and meet all ASTM requirements for level 2 protection. They are ideal for procedures where moderate amounts of fluid, spray, and/or aerosols are produced. Our ASTM Level 2 masks offer clinicians the protection they seek, without compromising the breathability and comfort they expect. Made in Taiwan.

  • Meets ASTM F2100 Level 2 standards
  • For hospital floors, isolation, sterile core and processing, labor and delivery, ER and ICU
  • 3 layers of construction
  • 2 earloops secure mask to face
  • Single use only
  • Non-sterile
  • Latex free
  • Color: Blue






IMPORTANT NOTICE! (Updated 07/12/20)

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, all our infection control and protective wear products including face masks are not returnable for the safety of our staff and customers.


procedural masks

SUPERFITTM procedural earloop masks
( ASTM Level 2 )



Item #: FMK-50GN
Packing: 50 pieces per box
Price: $35.00/box

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Bulk option: case of 40 boxes
(2000 pieces)


Item #: FMK-50-CS
Price: $1400.00/case

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Specifications of SUPERFIT® Procedural Earloop Masks

Name SUPERFIT® Procedural Earloop Mask
Sterile No
Level of Protection Level 2
Type Procedure
Fluid Resistant Yes
Fluid Protection Moderate
ASTM F2100-11 Yes
ASTM Level of Protection 2
BFE (3) ≥ 98%
SPLASH RESISTANCE (80,120,160) 120
DELTA P 5.0
PFE (.1) ≥ 98%


About ASTM standards for face masks


ASTM defines more than 12,500 international standards for safety and quality across a wide variety of industries and services. Healthcare organizations globally adopt ASTM recommendations to implement best practices.

For face masks, ASTM sets three levels of barrier protection:

  1. Level 1: low barrier protection - general use for short procedures and exams that do not involve aerosols, spray or fluids.
  2. Level 2: moderate barrier protection - for low to moderate levels of aerosols, spray and/or fluids.
  3. Level 3: maximum barrier protection - for heavy levels of aerosols, spray and/or fluids.
To determine if a mask is level 1, 2 or 3, ASTM evaluates several characteristics, including bacterial filtration efficiency, sub-micron particulate filtration, differential pressure and flame spread. The greatest difference between the three levels is in the mask’s resistance to penetration by synthetic blood. The minimum resistance pressure in a Level 3 mask is double that of a Level 1 mask.


§Free Samples are available for U.S. licensed health care professionals. Restrictions apply. Please call us for details.