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The FFP3 Respirator Face Mask is the only mask proven to filter out 99% of all airborne viruses, which in turn can be used as your first line of defense against contracting the coronavirus. For this reason the FFP3 Respirator Face Mask is the mask of choice worn by NHS staff treating patients who have been infected with the coronavirus.

Wearing a respirator face mask with the combination of washing your hands regularly or using a hand sanitizer will greatly reduce your chance of contracting COVID-19. 
Wearing any mask (including a surgical mask) will help to stop you from spreading the coronavirus, or indeed any virus. However, only FFP3 respirator masks have the ability to filter out 99% of all airborne viruses and many other airborne enzymes. 
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The FFP3 mask has been ergonomically designed to protect in comfort. The FFP3 Mask is EN149:2001+A1:2009 standard for the UK and are the most recent efficient FFP3 respiratory masks available in the EU, offering the highest level of protection against various airborne substances and viruses available.

Each FFP3 mask is individually wrapped with an exhalation valve for comfort to reduce heat build-up or for prolonged periods of FFP3 Usage.

FFP3 respirators are approved for use against solid and liquid aerosols according to EN149:2001. Our FFP3 masks are suitable for protection against high toxicity harmful materials in concentrations up to 50xOEL or 20xAPF.

FFP3 respirators provide protection against solid and liquid aerosols and smoke containing the following materials such as : Asbestos, calcium carbonate, china clay, cement, cellulose, sulfur, cotton, flour, carbon, ferrous metals, hardwood, silicon, plastic, vegetable oils and mineral oils, copper, aluminium, bacteria, fungi, mould spores and mycobacterium tuberculosis (T.B.), chromium, manganese, nickel, platinum, strychnine, metal dust and smoke, viruses such as coronavirus (COVID-19) and all other airborne enzymes.

The respirator face masks protective function is verified in accordance with the Europe-wide EN 149 standard and divided into three classes, FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3. The masks are defined as particle filtering face masks and fine dust respirators. The FFP3 respirator is the only mask which is able to filter out 99% of all airborne viruses.

How are particles filtered?

Particle filtering face masks provide protection against particles, but not gases or vapors. In general, the masks are entirely made up of multiple filter material layers and can optionally include an exhalation valve. The different layers can be clearly seen in the image below. They fulfill a variety of functions, which include a good look and feel, stability, tear resistance and, of course, filtering.

One of the most important comfort features of respirators is the breathing resistance experienced by the wearer on inhalation and exhalation. The filter masks must be permeable to air whilst also preventing particles from pervading. For this reason, the filter material has an electrostatic charge. This ensures that small particles which can physically permeate the filter adhere to the material

This can be most easily explained by imagining a balloon and ground pepper: an inflated balloon is loaded with an electrostatic charge when it is rubbed on a piece of fabric. If this balloon is then held close to the pepper, the balloon already attracts the fine pepper particles from a distance of several centimeters. This same effect applies in the respirator, ensuring that air passes through while particles are trapped by the material.

What are the differences between the protection classes?

The three protection classes do not distinguish between the size of the filtered particles, but the quantity. FFP1 filters at least 80% of particles, while FFP2 filters 94% and FFP3 filters 99%. The more particles that need to be filtered, the greater the number of filter material layers.


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