P.Air Clear N95 Respirator – 20 Pack

Product #: 4190.020-20
(1 customer review)

Doctors, dentists, teachers, nurses, pharmacists, and all other professionals working with the public trust Optrel for N95 protection and filtration against dust, toxins, and environmental concerns. Eliminate the communication barrier posed by traditional masks while protecting yourself and those around you with Optrel’s clear medical respirator face masks. Our NIOSH-approved respirator is Swiss-made with the highest quality materials for comfort and filtration for dust, solid and liquid aerosols, mist and smoke. The P.AIR Clear features an anti-fog coated transparent window, 2 latex-free head straps, and an adjustable padded nose clip.

  • Packaging: 20 masks per box (4 packages of 5 masks)
  • Specifications: NIOSH# TC-84A-9434

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Easy to Use

Easy to Use Feature


Lightweight design for maximum comfort

Respiratory Protection

Face and respiratory protection system when combined with the e3000x blower kit


  • Particles such as those from grinding, sanding, sweeping, sawing, bagging, or processing minerals, coal, iron ore, flour, metal, wood, pollen and other solid particles
  • Liquid or non-oil based droplets from sprays that do not also emit oil aerosols or vapors.
  • Solid particles and liquid mists in concentrations not exceeding 10x PEL/OEL. Follow all applicable local regulations

1 review for P.Air Clear N95 Respirator – 20 Pack

  1. Stephanie

    I love this mask, and I am using it in the school system as a speech pathologist. I live in Louisiana and wore transparent window masks to work with my students this summer. It was bearable but quite hot. I would take off my mask as soon as I was alone in my room. I have not tested this mask in the Summer. I have been wearing them since November. It seems much more breathable and a much better fit. Also, the window does not fog in use. I need to test the mask wearing glasses to see if my glasses fog. Here are some possible negatives. Apparently the condensation in the mask has to go some where so it drips out the seam in the bottom. I simply explained to my student s that this wasn’t spit and that we should talk to the science teacher to find out what is happening there. They did not seem to be bothered. Next, after removing the mask 2-3 times during a morning, the elastic on 1 band separated from its staple on 1 end. This happened with 3 masks. I fixed the problem by clipping it to a lanyard to hang around my neck. For some reason, maybe less mask pulling on elastic, no more bands have popped. This leads to a suggestion if cost effective and holds seal. Instead of rubber band, consider using 2 clip lanyards with adjustable tightness to affix mask to face. Also, 1 feature on the masks that affix behind the ears that I used daily through out the day was affixing a lanyard to my mask so it could hang around my neck when not in use. It also gave me a quick way to store my mask during quick removal and then to quickly put back on. Right now I clip the lanyard to the cotton near the staples. That seems to work and not damage the mask. Perhaps a little tab can be added as a place to clip the lanyard. Again, I love this product.

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Zachary Gates
1 year 1 month ago

Does this come in kids sizes?

1 year 1 month ago

We currently only offer one size and it would most likely be too large for children.

1 year 1 month ago

FDA approved? Any healthcare approval? Jkxfm

1 year 1 month ago

This is a NIOSH approved N95 respirator. There is currently no need for FDA approval or healthcare approval because all NIOSH approved N95 respirators can be used under the existing Emergency Use Authorization. With that being said we are in the process of listing this 510K exempt product with the FDA and expect to have that listing number by the end of August, 2022.

1 year 1 month ago

With such a large amount of filtering media sacrificed to the clear window, how much breathability is lost? What is the pressure drop?

1 year 1 month ago

We do not publish NIOSH test results. NISOH does do breathability testing and we fall well within their parameters. In comparison to our standard N95 without a clear window there is roughly 20% more breathing resistance.

Nathalie Magel
1 year 1 month ago

Is this a 1-day use mask, or is it usable for longer?

1 year 27 days ago

This is considered a single use mask.

Ronda Hansen
1 year 24 days ago

Is this a fit tested mask?

it appears to me to be an industrial NIOSH mask not medical/surgical correct?

1 year 19 days ago

As with any N95 mask this should be fit tested to each user prior to use. This product will have a device listing number with the FDA in the next few weeks. Currently this can be used in healthcare under the EUA. This will NOT be considered a “surgical” mask.

1 year 9 days ago

Does this still filter COVID particulates?

1 year 6 days ago

Yes it does but you need to make sure you have been properly fit tested as with any other type of N95 respirator.

11 months 14 days ago

Good afternoon. 
I was wondering if Optrel Masks use antimony trioxide or any other material like it. 
I know that similar clear masks that I researched use that ingredient that is known to cause cancer. So, I was hoping to find a medical grade clear mask that does not use harmful chemicals. 
What is your product made of?
Thank you!

11 months 13 days ago

There is no antimony in our respirator. The clear part of our respirator is made of polypropylene.

We have tested our respirator for cytotoxicity, sensitization, and irritation in an independent certified laboratory. The laboratory did not find any known harmful chemicals in the p.air clear respirator.

11 months 7 days ago

What is NIOSH approval number and name so I can look up this mask on their official NIOSH website approval list?

11 months 2 days ago

The product name is the P. Air Clear and the NIOSH TC# is TC-84A-9434. We manufacture these under the name Optrel Tec AG in Switzerland.

8 months 25 days ago

Do the straps go behind the ears, or do they wrap behind the head?

Grant Cooper
8 months 24 days ago

The straps go around the head.


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