FFP3 NR Deluxe Moulded Face Masks Pack of Two
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Disposable Respirator Valved Mask FFP3 (2 pack)
Highest protection from airborne infection
Deluxe disposable FFP3 (N99) respirator mask with exhalation valve offers effective protection against bacteria and virii including Avian Flu (H5N1), Swine Flu (H1N1) and SARS. The mask is of moulded design in a pack of 2. The exhalation valve allows you to wear the mask for longer periods (8 hours max) without the discomfort of heat and moisture build up. FFP3 is the closest European equivalent of N99.
Conforms to EN149-FFP3 Specifications
Disposable Respirator Valved Mask FFP3 Features
- FFP3 rated respirator mask to EN149:2001 (NIOSH N99)
- highest protection from airborne infection (99.99% efficiency)
- built in exhalation valve improves efficiency and comfort
- flexible PE mesh shell
- recommended by the WHO for health care workers
- single use
- pack of two masks
Current infection control procedures stipulate the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers exposed to airborne infection. A correctly fitting FFP3 mask is the PPE component recommended for exposure to viral airborne infections. In addition, FFP3 masks offer protection from fine toxic dusts, bacteria, fibres, aqueous mists, and oil based mists. CE Marked. EN149:2001 compliant.
Use: The FFP 3 disposable face mask is for single use only. It should not be used for more than 8 hours continuously and should be safely discarded after use. Use only when a concentration of contaminants is not immediately dangerous to life or health, and only in accordance with the applicable health and safety standards. As required by the European Health and Safety requirements the user is advised that when the disposable face mask is in contact with the wearer's skin, it may cause allergic reaction to susceptible individuals.
Correctly used, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) reduces the possibility of infection. Hand hygiene measures should be used in addition to the use of PPE. Protective equipment should be worn and removed in the correct order. Please note that during and after use the external surfaces of protective equipment are considered potentially contaminated. Never touch your eyes, nose, mouth or face, with potentially contaminated, unclean or gloved hands: you risk infecting yourself.