Respirator Fit Testers

Respirator Fit Testing for the Highest Level of Protection

In many of today’s wokplace environments, a respirator and a proper respirator fit test are critical components of employee respiratory protection. Fire service and law enforcement employees, as well as industrial companies and healthcare professionals have come to depend on properly fitting respirators for protection from respiratory hazards, such as chemical and environmental hazards, as well as airborne biohazards.

When implemented correctly, a respirator fit testing services program can help ensure that the highest respiratory protection levels are achieved through a properly sized and donned respirator.

Easy… Accurate... Repeatable…

  • The PortaCount® PRO quantitative fit testing equipment measures fit while the user simultaneously performs a series of moving, breathing and talking exercises designed to simulate the same movements made in the field.
  • The Qfit™ Respirator Fit Tester offers a no stress, no mess qualitative fit testing solution. At the push of a button, the Qfit fit tester generates a consistent test agent with a pump driven nebulizer utilizing pre-filled cartridges, reducing workload by up to 95%, while eliminating repetitive stress disorders and the nuisance of mixing, handling and refilling solutions.
Total Respirator Fit Test Solutions

From quantitative fit testing equipment to qualitative fit testing equipment, TSI has solutions to comply with regulated standards and help ensure your respiratory safety.

  • Passing a quantitative respirator fit test proves that the facepiece is sized and donned correctly. The PortaCount Pro+ Respirator Fit Tester is the only instrument with built-in N95 technology to perform a quantitative fit test on an N95 filtering facepiece respirator.
  • The TSI Qfit Respirator Fit Tester provides the easiest and most comprehensive method for qualitative fit testing (QLFT) and is the only OSHA-compliant automated nebulizer for BITREX® and Saccharin.

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