The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health today revoked its public health certificate of approval for Plastikon Industries’ PLASMA N95-01 filtering facepiece respirator for failure to meet filter efficiency requirements in a product audit. Effective April 8, the respirator is no longer NIOSH-approved and may no longer be manufactured, assembled, sold or distributed, the agency said.

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