Type IIR surgical mask – radiology

Type IIR surgical mask – radiology
Type IIR surgical mask – radiology
Type IIR surgical mask – radiology
Type IIR surgical mask
Type IIR surgical mask
Type IIR surgical mask

Mask for medical use
3 ply- blue - m

Conforms to the standard
EN 14683:2019+AC:2019

French production

This product is Made in France.
It supports local employment.

Swiss production

This product is made in Switzerland.
It supports local employment.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

CATEGORY

  • Class I Non-Sterile Medical Device
  • Single-use surgical mask (Type IIR)

 

DESCRIPTION

  • Non-sterile, single-use medical mask
  • Model: 1000-series
  • Specifications:
    • WITHOUT NASAL BARRIER – compatible with medical imaging (MRI, Radio, Scanner…)
    • Size M (adult)
    • Dimensions: M. 170 x 95 mm
    • Bacterial filtration efficiency: see performance table
    • Mask weight (+/- 10%): Type IIR: 2,90 g

product advantages

  • Without noseband: compatible with medical imaging.
  • Very comfortable ear loops
  • Electrostatic filtering nonwoven fabric
  • Excellent breathing comfort
  • Hypoallergenic; latex-, silicone-, and PVC- free
  • Manufacturing process that guarantees the cleanliness of our products, from the production line to the packaging
  • Inner and outer layers: polypropylene spunbond nonwovens
  • Middle layer (filter media): polypropylene meltblown nonwoven
  • Elastic: Polyamide/Elastane mesh OR Polypropylene/Elastane mesh
  • Local production lines – Controlled raw materials and products

The masks must be stored in a clean, dry, cool, and well-ventilated place.
Humidity below 80%, temperature between +5°C and +40°C.
Maximum storage time: 5 years in original packaging

  • sectors such as:
    • Medical sector

Boxes of 50 items
5 bags of 10 masks
Cartons of 30 boxes

4 hours maximum (continuous)

EN 14683:2019 type : Type II-R
Bacterial filtration efficiency (BFE): ≥ 98 %
Differential pressure (Pa/cm²): <60
Resistance to projections (kPa): 16
Microbial cleanliness (cfu/g): ≤ 30

Materials that may come into contact with the wearer’s skin are not known to present risks of irritation or adverse health effects.

STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS

  • EU Regulation 2017/745 Medical Devices
  • Compliant with EN 14683:2019+AC:2019

CHOOSING YOUR MASK SIZE

Size Best for Dimensions W x H
XS Child W 140 x H 80
S Thin face W 140 x H 95
M Adult W 170 x H 95

FURTHER INFORMATION AND ORDERS

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Type II and Type IIR surgical masks have the same level of bacterial filtration efficiency, i.e., > 98%.

So, what’s the difference between Type II and Type IIR medical masks?
Type IIR masks are often used by healthcare personnel because they are resistant to projected liquids. For use in certain industries or by the general public, Type II masks can be perfectly suitable.

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IN FRANKREICH HERGESTELLT

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MADE IN FRANCE

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MADE IN SWITZERLAND

Why delegate to others what you yourself can produce? Why keep relocating, instead of creating jobs close to home? Why lose proven know-how that’s just waiting to be expressed? Let’s trust in our local talent.