Face Masks

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Face masks are designed to help to reduce the wearer’s respiratory exposure to airborne contaminants such as particles, gases, or vapours. They should be individually selected to fit the wearer’s face while providing a tight seal and based on the usage. A proper seal between the user’s face and the mask forces inhaled air to be pulled through the respirator’s filter material, thereby providing protection.

Due to the global pandemic, individuals are strongly suggested to wear a face mask or a respiratory mask while at public, to prevent spreading airborne particles to other individuals, or to be protected by any existing viral particles.

Employers should have a written mask or respirator program that describes the procedures for selecting and using respiratory protective equipment. The correct use of a mask or respirator is as important as selecting the correct one that the hazards present.

If a company decided their workers should wear face masks to prevent spreading any viral contaminants, they should provide facemasks to their employees. Ensure disposable masks are properly discarded according to the government protocols.

Range

  • 3-ply Class 1 Type Iir – Level 3 Mask – 99.9% Bfe
  • 3-ply Class 1 Type Iir – Level 3 Mask – >98% Bfe
  • Disposable Sterile Surgical Mask
  • Ffp2 Flat Fold Non-woven Facemask With Ear Loop
  • Ffp2 Valve Flat Fold Non-woven Facemask With Ear Loop

The medical mask is designed to protect the person who wears them and the immediate environment from breathable pollutants (respiratory poisons or bacterial/viral pathogenic organisms). It is used to keep your coughs and sneezes covered to reduce the risk of inhaling airborne contaminants such as infected droplets.

Provides optimal protection against inhaling airborne aerosols, particulates, contaminates, and transmitting diseases. It is independently tested to ≥95% bacterial filtration efficiency, and the valve design assists in easy breathing.

It prevents the entry of pathogens through the airway and has the role of protecting both the wearer and the surrounding people. The medical mask is meant to help block large-particle droplets, splashes, sprays, or splatter that may contain germs (viruses and bacteria), keeping it from reaching your mouth and nose. Medical masks may also help reduce exposure of your saliva and respiratory secretions to others.

ANTI-FOG ATTRIBUTE

The most effective way to prevent foggy glasses while wearing a face mask is to ensure your mask is tightly sealed around your nose and mouth.

We provide a range of respiratory masks with a wire that contours to the bridge of your nose to prevent fogging and spreading respiratory droplets between people interacting nearby.