FFP3 Respirator | FFP3 Mask with Valve
- Material: nonwoven fabric
- Color: white or as your sample/color number
- Packing: 5pcs/box(the box can be customized printing)
- 12boxes/ctn(carton size as different material & size)
- Delivery Time: 30 days after receiving deposit or we can negotiate
- Payment Terms: T/T or L/C at sight
1. Conforms to EN 149:2001 +A1:2009 Standards.
2. Exhalation Valve for Extra Comfort
3. Low Breathing Resistance With High Filtration Efficiency
4. Contoured facial seal and fully adjustable head straps
5. Maintenance Free
protection against non-toxic, low-to-average toxicity solid and liquid aerosols(e.g. oil-mists) in concentrations up to 50 x MAC/OEL/TLV or 20 x APF.
The FFP3 face mask is the highest standard of protective masks in Europe.
Before wearing a mask, please follow the instructions to check the tightness of the mask. In order to effectively protect your health and safety, please do not share your ffp3 respirator with others. The ffp3 face mask is disposable, and it should be replaced in time when it is worn for 5 hours to avoid being invaded by germs.
Purpose of the ffp3 respirator:
●ffp3 Respirator are tight-fitting face masks designed to create a facial seal
●Non-valved respirators provide excellent two-way protection by filtering air inflow and outflow
These are designed to protect the wearer (when worn correctly) and achieve the safety level of the mask.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) cites the N95 respirator standard as part of the recommended protective equipment in its Covid-19 FAQs and SARS guidelines (SARS is a Corona-like virus).
The CDC cites the N95 inhaler standard as part of the recommended protective equipment. This indicates that N95 or better respirators can be used.
N95 vs. FFP3 respirator and FFP2
This is an American standard administered by NIOSH, which is part of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Two different standards are used in Europe. The "filtering mask" score (FFP) comes from EN standard 149: 2001, then EN 143 covers the P1 / P2 / P3 classes.
Both standards are maintained by CEN (Comité Européen de Normalisation).
The closest European masks to the N95 standard are the FFP2 / P2 rated respirators, which are rated at 94%, compared to 95% for N95.
Similarly, the closest to N100 is the P3 rated respirator, closely followed by the FFP3.