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
Boxes of 50 items
Packaged without bags
Or in bags of 2 masks
Or 5 bags of 10 masks
Cartons of 30 boxes
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.
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|
Distance from the bridge of the nose to the chin
Distance between zygomatic arches (cheekbones)
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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.