ABC Fire and Safety conducts Fit Testing using our new PortaCount Pro+ Respirator Fit Tester 8038. We have the ability to do Quantitative Fit Testing at our store or at your facility and can provide you with a computerized printout for your records. No other respirator fit tester can quantitatively fit test all types of respirators-gas masks, SCBA,s, respirators, even N95, P1 and P2 disposable (filtering-facepiece) respirators. The PortaCount Pro+ Respirator Fit Tester 8038 eliminates the guesswork associated with tedious and error-prone qualitative fit test methods. If the mask requires fit testing, count on us with the PortaCount Pro+ Fit Tester to provide the fastest, easiest and best OSHA (US)-compliant fit test method.

Benefits of Fit Testing with the PortaCount Pro+
  • Fit test ANY tight-fitting respirator including N95, P2 and P1 disposables
  • Faster N95 fit testing time -- down from 10 minutes 24 seconds to 7 minutes 15 seconds
  • Greater simplicity with the built-in N95 Companion� technology
  • Standalone operation - no external computer required
  • Use with external computer to generate reports and print fit test cards
  • Able to perform N95 fit testing with much lower ambient particle concentrations
  • Color touch screen enables operation via touch of a finger, pen or stylus
  • HSE (UK) and OSHA (US) -compliant for all respirators, including N95, P1 and P2
  • Measures fit factors greater than 10,000
  • Switch between different respirator types in under a minute
  • Automates fit testing with FitPro+� Fit Test Software
  • Interactive training tool for initial and follow-up training

  • Quantitative respirator fit testing (QNFT)
  • Disposable filtering-facepiece fit testing for Series 100/99/95/P1/P2/P3/ HEPA masks
  • Half-mask fit testing
  • Full-face fit testing
  • Gas mask fit testing
  • PAPR fit testing
  • SCBA fit testing

Give us a call for pricing and talk to one of our professional representatives to book an appointment. NFPA 1500 Standard on Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program 2007 Edition With an updated 2007 standard, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires that tight-fitting facepieces now be tested with a Quantitative Fit Test (QNFT) instead of the previously-approved Qualitative Fit Test (QLFT).