The respirator represents a shaped mask of cone - shaped type with the final valve and is intended for protection of respiratory organs of various groups of users, including workers of health care.
- According to the international classification standards of the means of individual protection of respiratory organs (MIPRO) these products are marked as FFP. According to protection level respirators carry to one of 3 existing groups: FFP1 - first class of protection, FFP2 - second class of protection and FFP3 - third class of protection;
- Respirators of FFP2 detain not less than 98% of firm and liquid particles and have nominal coefficient of protection 12;
- Provide a maximum level of a filtration. High level of protection. Minimum resistance to breath;
- The final valve facilitates an exhalation and prevents temperature increase behind a mask of;
- Two elastic thongs (elastic band) provide convenience at putting on and fixing durability;
- The cone - shaped form of a mask allows to consider most correctly face contours in comparison with other types of masks.
- Sizes (125 h135) mm
- The weight of an order is 12,5 g
Efficiency of a bacterial filtration: for FFP2 – 98% .
Efficiency of a filtration of submicronic particles of 99%
- Protective properties of respirators and valves are that that completely detain growth of microorganisms.
- Respirators have no foreign smells, are harmless and do not give anaphylactic reaction
- Respirators of this standard (FFP2) ensure safety to airways till 8 o'clock stay in an infection zone (against other types of masks which should be changed in 2 hours of stay).