Nano-antibacterial maskshield is an innovative product that protects against infections. It uses modern nanosilver technology and has replaceable, four-layer filters. Total filtration is as high as 98%.

The mask is composed of:

Filter construction:

The package includes a mask with a filter, an instruction manual and a set of 50 replaceable filters.

FFP2, NR (BFE ≥ 95%) protective masks, also known as anti-smog or anti-dust masks, have a special filter against microbial contamination and are used to filter the finest particles in the inhaled air. There are FFP2 masks on the market that filter at least 95% of particles, up to 0.6 μm, floating in the air, which guarantees high efficiency against microorganisms, bacteria and viruses, as well as for stopping smoke, airborne dust and aerosol particles. In times of the SARS-Covid19 pandemic, it is also recommended to use FFP2 masks, as they provide optimal (though not complete) protection for doctors.

 

The European standard EN 149 divides filtering respirators into the following classes: FFP1, FFP2, FFP3, depending on the guaranteed degree of protection. The higher the type of FFP protection, the tighter the mask is and the better it protects our respiratory system. There are also disposable and reusable masks.

 

When choosing a protective mask, it is worth paying attention to other markings:

 

Type IIR surgical masks are barrier masks, i.e. they are additionally resistant to seepage, which guarantee the safety of medical personnel against exposure to blood and other potentially infectious fluids. The letter “R” next to the mask type means that the masks are resistant to liquids, thus providing a higher level of protection than a type II mask.

 

For example – in the operating room or doctor’s offices, type II masks, made of three layers of polypropylene nonwoven, have been used for many years. Their degree of bacterial filtration is at least 98% (ie BFE ≥ 98%). As a result, they provide optimal protection against infections by airborne droplets for both the doctor and the patient, and allow free breathing.

 

The offered mask is of European production, fully meeting the European Standard 14683. In order to ensure effective protection for users, this standard imposes strict standards for surgical masks. It specifies design and operational requirements as well as methods of testing masks. During compliance tests, several dozen parameters are tested, assessing the effectiveness of bacterial filtration (the so-called BFE coefficient, which is given in “%”), which is measured in both directions, the pressure difference to measure breathing resistance and resistance to leakage. The less bacteria permeated, the higher the performance of the mask.

 

Type II and IIR masks with 3-ply non-woven fabric offer high antimicrobial and antiviral protection, provided they are used for a limited time and changed regularly. In times of the SARS-Covid19 pandemic, the use of type II and IIR masks is recommended as they provide protection for doctors.

The masks are made of the following 3 layers:

  1. Outer – a water-repellent non-woven layer
  2. Middle – filter layer
  3. Inner – a soft, absorbent layer that allows easy breathing

 

The masks are originally closed in a practical box (cardboard box), which allows for convenient storage and hygienic dosing.

The surgical mask with elastic bands fits perfectly and perfectly adheres to every face, and additionally putting it on or taking it off is very simple and takes only a few seconds. Each mask also has a special profiling (so-called harmonica), enabling a close fit to the face, and at the height of the nose there is a stiffener (usually a wire), which allows the mask to be adjusted at the height and any shape of the nose.

  

FFP2 (N95) protective masks, also known as anti-smog or anti-dust masks, have a special filter against microbial contamination and are used to filter the finest particles in the inhaled air. There are FFP2 masks on the market that filter at least 95% of particles, up to 0.6 μm, floating in the air, which guarantees high efficiency against microorganisms, bacteria and viruses, as well as for stopping smoke, airborne dust and aerosol particles. In times of the SARS-Covid19 pandemic, it is also recommended to use FFP2 masks, as they provide optimal (though not complete) protection for doctors.

 

The European standard EN 149 divides filtering respirators into the following classes: FFP1, FFP2, FFP3, depending on the guaranteed degree of protection. The higher the type of FFP protection, the tighter the mask is and the better it protects our respiratory system. There are also disposable and reusable masks.

 

When choosing a protective mask, it is worth paying attention to other markings:

The masks are originally closed in pouches, which allows for convenient storage.

The FFP3 R D filtering half mask, made in Europe, is designed to protect the respiratory system against dust, water-based aerosols and with liquid dispersed phase (fog). They consist of a material with a very dense weave and a special purifying filter, which ensures the highest level of protection. At the same time, it is characterized by the greatest tightness. The FFP3 mask filters with high efficiency particles of carcinogenic substances and pathogenic particles – viruses, bacteria and fungi.

 

The filtering half-mask consists mainly of a face piece made of a filtering material and auxiliary accessories depending on the model, such as head straps, exhalation valve or a strap holder. The air inhaled from the environment passes through the filter material where it is cleaned. Exhaled air is expelled to the outside through the facepiece material and an exhalation valve located in the cup.

 

The European standard EN 149 divides filtering respirators into the following classes: FFP1, FFP2, FFP3, depending on the guaranteed degree of protection. The higher the type of FFP protection, the tighter the mask is and the better it protects our respiratory system. There are also disposable and reusable masks.

 

When choosing a protective mask, it is worth paying attention to other markings:

The masks are originally closed in pouches, which allows for convenient storage.

The FFP3 NR filtering half mask, Chinese production, is designed to protect the respiratory system against dust, water-based aerosols and liquid dispersed phase (fog). They consist of a material with a very dense weave and a special purifying filter, which ensures the highest level of protection. At the same time, it is characterized by the greatest tightness. The FFP3 mask filters with high efficiency particles of carcinogenic substances and pathogenic particles – viruses, bacteria and fungi.

 

The filtering half-mask consists mainly of a face piece made of a filtering material and auxiliary accessories depending on the model, such as head straps, exhalation valve or a strap holder. The air inhaled from the environment passes through the filter material where it is cleaned. Exhaled air is expelled to the outside through the facepiece material and an exhalation valve located in the cup.

 

The European standard EN 149 divides filtering respirators into the following classes: FFP1, FFP2, FFP3, depending on the guaranteed degree of protection. The higher the type of FFP protection, the tighter the mask is and the better it protects our respiratory system. There are also disposable and reusable masks.

 

When choosing a protective mask, it is worth paying attention to other markings:

The masks are originally closed in pouches, which allows for convenient storage.

The FFP3 NR filtering half-mask, made in Turkey, is designed to protect the respiratory system against dust, water-based aerosols and liquid dispersed phase (fog). They consist of a material with a very dense weave and a special purifying filter, which ensures the highest level of protection. At the same time, it is characterized by the greatest tightness. The FFP3 mask filters with high efficiency particles of carcinogenic substances and pathogenic particles – viruses, bacteria and fungi.

 

The filtering half-mask consists mainly of a face piece made of a filtering material and auxiliary accessories depending on the model, such as head straps, exhalation valve or a strap holder. The air inhaled from the environment passes through the filter material where it is cleaned. Exhaled air is expelled to the outside through the facepiece material and an exhalation valve located in the cup.

 

The European standard EN 149 divides filtering respirators into the following classes: FFP1, FFP2, FFP3, depending on the guaranteed degree of protection. The higher the type of FFP protection, the tighter the mask is and the better it protects our respiratory system. There are also disposable and reusable masks.

 

When choosing a protective mask, it is worth paying attention to other markings:

 

The masks are originally closed in pouches, which allows for convenient storage.

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