We understand that quality matters! We are committed to producing high quality safety equipment right here in the USA. We believe in American ingenuity, workmanship, and manufacturing. Most importantly, we believe in the American spirit. We take pride in our products and our facility. When you purchase PPE from Secure Source America, be reassured that we use the finest, high-quality materials.
When the CDC recommended that people wear masks in public settings to slow the spread of Covid-19, our mission began!
Our premium blue 3-ply face masks passed the level 3 condition (the pressure is 160 mmHg) in the ASTM F1862 Standard Test Method for Resistance of Medical Face Masks to Penetration by Synthetic Blood, where level 2 is 120 mmHg, level 1 is 80 mmHg. (the higher the pressure is, the more difficult to pass; higher pressure means better protection, and we reach the highest level). All of our products are manufactured in Lemont, Illinois!
OUR PREMIUM BLUE 3-PLY FACE MASKS
Face-friendly- soft knit
Ear-friendly- extra-long elastic ear loops to relieve pull/strain
Nose-friendly- Odorless fabricLung-friendly- Easy to breathe through
Three layers of premium non-woven and melt-blown fabric
High-quality edging to ensure layers stay together
Solid ear-loop weld so elastic stays attached
Getting the right employee Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is crucial when your workplace poses potential hazards to your staff. High employee engagement brings high productivity and ensures overall workplace safety.
Along with our premium blue 3-ply face masks, we also produce a heavy duty black 3-ply mask, popular in the restaurant and service industry. No smudgy fingerprints on the nose and no looking like a nurse as you serve margaritas to the table.
A properly worn three ply surgical mask may help block transmission of large-particle microorganisms from droplets, sprays, splatters, and splashes. The mask may also reduce the likelihood of hand-to-face contact.
The surgical mask’s three-ply layers work as follows:
Effective February 2, 2021, masks are required on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States and in U.S. transportation hubs such as airports and stations.