Patent Pending EXHALATION VALVE CAPS:
Our Patent Pending Exhalation Valve Caps are an alternative to our standard V1 and V2 one-way exhalation valves.
One-way valves offer an improved flow rate while you exhale air, helping to eliminate moisture from your face and mask. In contrast, our new Exhalation Valve Caps do not allow any air to pass through the valves – causing 100% of your exhaled breath pass through the mask filter. This design helps to further prevent the spread of airborne particulate or germs to those around you in tight indoor spaces. Some states now encourage or require this design, and we suggest checking with your local authorities.
+ 2 Patent Pending Exhalation Valve Caps per package (each includes valve cap and cap base)
+ Available in teal and black
+ 1.5" diameter in size
+ Compatible with all RZ Industries® mask models
*Exhalation Valve Caps only need to be replaced if they become damaged or if a piece goes missing.
*The replacement exhalation valves and caps cannot be used with NIOSH approved respirators.
*International Customers: Please Note That You Are Responsible For All Duties/Taxes/Fees With Regards To Import Into Your Country.
Love the caps but really hurt my fingers to put them on my mask. I lost my bag/key and when I called to BUY another bag/key, I was informed that isn’t an option, that I had to buy another mask (that I don’t need and would still leave me with one mask without a bag). Seriously?!?!?
Have placed them but not used the mask yet. Looking forward to keeping us all safe.
Easy to install, seals very well.
Great for travel and military use
Luckily this item was provided by RZ when masks were prohibited to have valves. I have traveled to multiple countries and have been initially stopped but cleared once I explained these keep air in and don’t let anything out. Which has made travel safe and my military service better by using my RZ masks.
Flawed, but workable.
Changing these could be made easier. The lock is difficult to seat. I wonder if the spigot of the cap were longer, and the lock required a full turn to seat if these would be easier to use.
Thanks for your feedback! If you would like a guide to reference for changing filters and valves, you can use this blog post on our website: https://rzmask.com/blogs/news-1/how-to-change-filters-valves