FFP3 Covid-19 Medical Respirator Mask
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- FFP3 grade BSI Covid-19 Approved
- 99% Bacterial Filtration Efficiency
- Medical Respirator Masks
- Protects the respiratory system
- Latex free
They are FFP3 grade and filter out 99% of smaller particles. FFP3 Medical Respirators are also recommended for use by WHO during outbreaks of SARS, Avian Flu and Coronavirus.
This medical respirator has been tested in accordance with BSI Covid-19 filtering face piece technical specification, meets EU standards EN 149:2001+A1:2009 and protects against materials at concentrations up to 50x OEL or 20x APF.
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You can learn more about how the FFP3 Medical Respirators will fit you, the varying styles and the protections levels in this video.
Returns or refunds will only be accepted on sealed/unopened products, due to health and safety reasons.
Please choose the 'COVID-19 Approved Headband (Unvalved)' for a BSI tested Covid-19 approved FFP3 Medical Respirator. The other option is a standard FFP3 face mask with 99% filtration.
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The Covid-19 Approved FFP3 Medical Respirator meets EU standards EN 149:2001+A1:2009. In addition to this the mask has a bacterial filtration efficiency (BFE) of 99% and Blood Fluid Resistance (BFR) of 120mm Hg.
For instructions on how to use your face mask, please click here.
More information regarding the mask can also be found on the packaging.
Please note, these are FFP3/N99 masks. The N95 print is the manufacturer's batch code, which is generated at random and does not refer to the filtration efficiency of the masks.
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What are FFP3/N99 masks?
FFP3 masks filter 99% of particles from the air, including the small respiratory droplets where Coronavirus can be found. These droplets are released when a person coughs, sneezes or even simply breathes. This mask is well suited to filter contaminated respiration droplets from the air you breathe.
What is the difference between 'moulded' and 'folded'?
Our FFP3 face masks come in different styles, depending on which fit you would prefer. Both options have the same level of protection against the filtration of Covid-19 particles, the choice is simply about comfort. The moulded mask is a cup-sized, rigid, fixed mask which cannot be bended or the shape altered. It is very comfortable and easy to wear, as you simply place it straight onto your face. The folded mask is lighter and can be adjusted and bent. The folded mask is easy to store in handbags and is recommended for glasses wearers as the nose can be pinched, in order to place under your glasses to avoid fogging.
What are the face masks used for?
The Hygiene Face Masks are recommended for use in any situation where protection of the respiratory system is required. The World Health Organisation advises that an EU standard FFP2 or FFP3 should be worn by healthcare workers when performing any aerosol-generating procedures.
Are the medical respirators re-usable?
These medical respirators are not marketed as re-usable medical respirators.
However, the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) directive indicates that a mouth mask can be reused as long as it "maintains its structural and functional integrity and the filter material is not physically damaged or soiled".
Buy Respirators here at UK Meds
We have respirators for sale, including FFP2 and FFP3 face masks. FFP3 can function as a dust mask, filtering up to 99% of particles that are the size of respiration droplets which could contain the Covid virus.
How do FFP3 Face Masks work?
The Hygiene Face Masks are FFP3 grade and have a higher level of protection than FFP1 or FFP2. Because FFP3 Face Masks offer a higher amount of protection, they are more expensive than FFP2 Face Masks.
For instructions on how to use your face mask, please click here.
Which mask should I get?
With the many types of masks available, it can be confusing which type you should get. Here at UK Meds we have many types, including FFP3. Is the FFP3 the best mask? It depends on your intended use. The WHO isn't recommending any particular mask, they would even consider cloth masks acceptable. However, in situations where you need the best filtration, FFP3 is an excellent choice. It is all dependent on your coverage needs. If you are usually at home and only outside for occasional shopping, an FFP1 or FFP2 is perfectly fine. But if you are around the public often, such as a healthcare worker or in retail, an FFP3 would be much more suitable.
You can learn more about which mask is more suitable for you in our handy blog post: What's the difference between FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3 face masks?
What’s the difference between an RD and NR D mask?
Respirators are not only graded as either FFP1, FFP2 or FFP3, but these markings will normally be followed by RD or NR D. These letters indicate whether the respirator is designed to be reusable.
‘R’ means that the respirator is reusable, while ‘NR’ indicates that it is non-reusable. The ‘D’ on both examples indicates that they meet the additional requirement of the dolomite clogging test (standard EN149).
This test checks whether the mask maintains a good level of breathing resistance after being exposed to high levels of dolomite dust. So, it ensures that a mask can be worn over a long period, even at high levels of dust concentration.
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