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Advanced Medical Devices (AMD) Pty Limited (“AMD” or “the company”), a private company incorporated under the laws of Australia.

Nano-Tech P2 Particulate Respirator (T4)

Intended Uses
A non-sterile filtering mask designed to be placed over the nose and mouth of a member of the general public to permit normal breathing.

A non-sterile mask designed to be placed over the nose and mouth of a healthcare workers to permit normal breathing. This is a single-use device.

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Use and Fitting Instructions for
NANO-TECH Particulate Respirator-T4

Instructions to use

1. Clean your hands with soap and water or hand sanitiser
2. Unfold the respirator. Flatten the nose bridge then bend it into a contour
3. Hold the respirator with AMD logo side away from you.
4. Hold the respirator by the ear loops and place a loop around each ear.
5. Position the respirator under your chin with nose bridge up.
6. Mold the stiff edge to the shape of your nose.


Before putting on the respirator, wash hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water or with alcohol-based hand sanitiser. Take care not to touch the inner layer that will be in contact with the nose and mouth when unpacking and while donning. Check for defects such as tears or broken loops.
Position the label side out and orient the respirator so that the nose bridge strip is at the top.
Unfold the respirator while holding onto the edges, again being careful not to touch the area that will be in direct contact with the nose and mouth. Position the cover over the nose and mouth and place one ear loop over each ear.
Mould the nose bridge wire to the bridge of the nose and while pinching the nose bridge in place stretch the bottom of the respirator over the chin. Press along the edges to maximise the seal.
Avoid touching the respirator while wearing; if touched, wash hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based sanitiser. Replace respirator if it becomes obviously contaminated; never reuse single-use respirator.


Wash hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitiser before removing the respirator. Unhook the ear loops, taking care not to touch the front of the respirator which might have become contaminated. Dispose as per local policy & procedure.


Selection of the most appropriate Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) will depend on the particular situation and should be made only by a competent person knowledgeable of the actual working conditions and the limitations of the RPE. Details regarding performance and limitations are specified on the respirator packaging and user instructions. Before using any respirator, the wearer must read and understand the user instructions for the product. Use in accordance with AS/NZS 1716:2012 Standard. Misuse can result in sickness or death. For more information, consult a supervisor or contact an Occupational Hygienist and Safety professional.


Shelf life of unopened product is five (5) years from date of manufacture, when stored within the temperature range of -20°C to 25°C, and less than 80% relative humidity. Before use, always check that the product is within the stated shelf life (use by date).