The Masks are made with the best materials:
antibacterial paper, Meltblown, cotton and non-woven fabric and are made in Vietnam.
Our masks, in four different versions, can be used for any environment: indoor and outdoor, families and workplaces but also a hospital and medical use (if sterilized) and can be used to prevent dust, the spread of harmful bacteria and disease.
All mask models have full CE and FDA certifications and are sold with the CIF Incoterm.
All versions have the ear clip and a metal nose cover.
Each model can be supplied in different colours: white, light blue and grey.
SURGICAL MASK AND 3 PLY/PPE
If you open the mask, you should see 3 very noticeable layers. The 3 layers would typically consist of a hydrophobic non-woven outer layer (translucent), a melt-blown middle layer (white), and a soft absorbent non-woven inner layer.
The middle layer of a surgical mask is melted tissue, not paper, so if you light it with a flame, it won't burn like paper. Instead, it melts without a flame.
3. Water resistance
The outermost layer is designed to be waterproof. our masks repel water correctly.
4. Electrostatic Adsorption
There is an electrostatic effect in the melt-blown layer. Our masks have a melt-blown layer into strips with an electrostatic adsorption effect.
5. Light Transmission
The middle layer is fundamental which is used to trap bacteria and viruses from entering or exiting the mask, should not be too porous. Our masks are manufactured to ensure the mask can catch the percentage of bacteria and viruses that are harmful to health.
6. Breath T
3/4-ply mask PPE and surgical is designed with a middle melt-blown layer that is critical as a filter to contain droplets by electrostatically adsorbing them on the surface hence it cannot infiltrate the mask; while the inner layer is intended to absorb water.
The innermost layer is designed to absorb moisture such as saliva, mucus and sneeze droplets. This ensures when a user sneezes, the mask will be able to contain the droplets, which will not remain on the wearer’s face.
EN 149:2001 + A1:2009
EN 420:2003 + A1: 2009
MDD 93/42/EEC BY
2007/47/EC CLASS I