A Quantitative Fit Test can be used to fit test any tight fitting respirator. It involves using an instrument to measure leakage around the face seal and produces a numerical result called a “fit factor”.
A fit factor of at least 100 is required for a half mask respirator and a minimum fit factor of 500 or 1000 for a full facepiece negative-pressure respirator depending on the protection factor required in use.
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