Particulate Respirator Mask, Cone Molded, Small, 20/bx, 6 bx/cs 3M™ ESPE™ 1860S

Item Number: 1860S
Packaging: cs
Manufacturer: 3M Oral Care
Item Discontinued.

Features & Benefits:

  • This healthcare respirator is designed to help provide respiratory protection for the wearer. It meets CDC guidelines for Mycobacterium tuberculosis exposure control.
  • As a disposable particulate respirator, it is intended to reduce wearer exposure to certain airborne particles including those generated by electrocautery, laser surgery, and other powered medical instruments.
  • As a surgical mask, it is designed to be fluid resistant to splash and spatter of blood and other infectious materials.
  • This small sized health care particulate respirator and surgical mask helps provide respiratory protection against certain airborne biological particles.
  • It is disposable and fluid resistant to splash and spatter of blood and other infectious material.
  • Designed for small sized adult facial profiles; not approved for use by children NIOSH approved N95.
  • Meets CDC guidelines for Mycobacterium tuberculosis exposure control.
  • FDA cleared for use as a surgical mask.
  • 99% BFE (Bacterial Filtration Efficiency) according to ASTM F2101
  • Fluid resistant according to ASTM F1862. and disposable.
  • Not made from natural rubber latex.
  • Collapse resistant cup shape design.
  • Braided headbands, cushioning nose foam, and light weight construction for comfortable wear.
  • WARNING: These respirators help reduce exposures to certain airborne contaminants. Before use, the wearer must read and understand the User Instructions provided as a part of the product packaging. In the U.S., a written respiratory protection program must be implemented meeting all the requirements of OSHA 1910.134 including training, fit testing and medical evaluation. In Canada, CSA standards Z94.4 requirements must be met and/or requirements of the applicable jurisdiction, as appropriate. Misuse may result in sickness or death. For proper use, see package instructions, supervisor, or call 3M OH&ESD Technical Service in USA at 1 800 243 4630 and in Canada at 1 800 267 4414.
  • Patient safety is your first priority. But it's just as important to take care of yourself so you can continue to care for others. The 1860 and 1860S respirators help provide respiratory protection that you have trusted for years.
  • Available in two sizes.
  • Fits a broad range of faces.
  • Adjustable noseclip helps provide a custom and secure seal.
  • Cushioning nose foam.
  • Braided head straps.
  • Proprietary filter media designed for ease of breathing.
  • Specification:

  • Aerosol Type : Non-Oil.
  • Braided Comfort Strap : Yes.
  • Cartridge or Filter Included : Yes.
  • Case Quantity : 120.
  • Class : Market Leader.
  • Exhalation Valve : No.
  • Faceseal/Nosefoam : Nosefoam.
  • FDA Cleared : Yes.
  • Features : Advanced Electrostatic Media.
  • Filter Class : N95.
  • Flame Resistance (ASTM D2859-96) : No.
  • Flammability Rating : Class 1.
  • Fluid Resistance : 80mm Hg.
  • Fluid Resistant (ASTM F1862) : Yes.
  • Gas & Vapor Protection Type : Particulates.
  • Hazard Type : Mold, Silica.
  • Individually Wrapped : No.
  • Market : Defense, Homeland Security.
  • M-Noseclip : No.
  • Natural Rubber Latex Components : No.
  • Packaging : Bulk Case.
  • Product Color : Teal.
  • Product Type : Healthcare Respirator.
  • Purpose : Healthcare Respirator.
  • Recommended Industry : Health Care.
  • Respirator Size : Small.
  • Respirator Style : Cup.
  • Segment : Personal Safety.
  • Strap Attachment Type : Braided Comfort Strap.
  • Material Composition:

  • Straps : Braided Polyisoprene.
  • Staples : Steel.
  • Nose Clip : Aluminum.
  • Nose Foam : Polyurethane Foam.
  • Filter : Polypropylene.
  • Shell : Polyester.
  • Coverweb : Polypropylene.
  • Not made with natural rubber latex.
  • Approximate weight of product : 0.40 oz.
  • Do Not Use For:

  • DO NOT use in industrial settings.
  • DO NOT use for gases or vapors (i.e. anesthetic gases such as isoflurane or vapors from sterilants such as glutaraldehyde.)
  • DO NOT use in any manner not indicated in the User Instructions.
  • Time Use Limitation:

  • Respirator may be used until damaged, breathing becomes difficult or contaminated with blood or body fluids. Discard after every use when used for surgical procedures. Follow national, state, local, and facility infection control guidance and policies.


  • Operating Rooms, Clinics, TB Wards, Patient Care, Labor and Delivery, Infection Control Practices, Laboratory, emergency or pandemic preparedness planning, stockpiling, etc.
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  • How is a respirator different from a surgical mask?

    Surgical masks are designed to help reduce patient or health care worker exposures from wearer-generated microorganisms. Fluid resistant masks also help reduce potential exposure of the wearer to blood and body fluids.

    Respirators are designed to help protect the wearer from certain airborne contaminants. They also have a snug fit around the face to help avoid leaks where contaminants may enter. Most surgical masks do not have the same filtering capability and typically do not have the same snug fit and, consequently, cannot replace respirators in helping provide respiratory protection. The 1860 and 1870 3M Particulate Respirator and Surgical Masks are both certified as a respirator by NIOSH and are cleared to be used as surgical masks in the OR by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

  • Are the 1860, 1860S and 1870 respirators appropriate for reducing exposure to M. tuberculosis?

    These particulate respirators are appropriate where the use of an N95 respirator is recommended. They meet the criteria for a respirator given in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines for Preventing the Transmission of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis in Health Care Facilities, 1994. OSHA accepts the use of an N95 respirator during occupational exposure to TB.

  • Can the 1860 or 1870N95 respirator be used in surgery?

    Yes. Both the 1860 and 1870 respirators are cleared for use as a surgical mask by the FDA. In addition to being N95 respirators, they also provide greater than 99% bacterial filtration efficiency against wearer generated particles according to the Modified Greene and Vesley test method.They are also fluid resistant to help reduce exposure to blood and body fluids. When worn properly and in combination with protective eyewear, they comply with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Fit testing is not required when worn solely as a surgical mask.

  • Can the 1860 and 1870 respirators be used for laser and electrocautery procedures?

    Yes! In addition to recommended healthcare procedures that a smoke evacuator should be used to reduce the amount of smoke in the environment, these respirators may be used to further reduce the wearer's exposure to electrocautery and laser plume, offering higher filtration and increased facial seal over standard surgical masks.

  • Do respirators require fit testing?

    Yes! OSHA requires that a respiratory protection program be developed for the proper use of these products as with all respirators when used for respirator protection. This includes written procedures, medical screening, training and fit testing. 3M offers the FT-10 Qualitative Fit Test Apparatus, which uses a saccharin aerosol, or the FT-30 Qualitative Fit Test Apparatus, which uses a bitter aerosol, for fit testing. These 10-20 minute fit test procedures demonstrate that an employee can attain a good face fit with a given style respirator.

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