Mask Pro3 (Pack10) - FFP3 Masks CE Certified FFP3 Respirator Face Masks -Valved Highest Graded

Mask Pro3 Valved FFP3 Masks offers a slightly smaller than the Mask Pro3L. Our FFP3 protective face masks are FFP3 CE EN149:2001+A1:2009 standard for the UK and and offer the highest level of protection available. Each FFP3 respiratory mask is individually wrapped & each FFP3 mask includes exhalation valve for comfort to reduce heat build-up. Price Ex Vat: £ 15.75

Mask Pro3  FFP3 Masks (Pack10) -FFP3 CE Certified Valved Masks -Highest Graded FFP3 Respirators

Price Ex Vat: £ 15.15

Mask Pro3  FFP3 masks have been ergonomically designed for comfort. The Mask Pro3 valved FFP3 mask is EN149:2001+A1:2009 standard for the UK and are the most recent efficient FFP3 respiratory masks available in the EU, offering the highest level of protection available.

Each FFP3 mask is individually wrapped with an exhalation valve for comfort to reduce heat build-up or for prolonged periods of FFP3 Usage.

The Mask Pro 3 FFP3 Mask offers a slightly smaller fit.

Mask Pro3 (10 FFP3 Masks): Disposable FFP3 mask respirators are approved for use against solid and liquid aerosols according to EN149:2001. Our FFP3 masks are suitable for protection against high toxicity harmful materials in concentrations up to 50xOEL or 20xAPF.

FFP3 respirators provide protection against solid and liquid aerosols and smoke containing the following materials such as : Asbestos, calcium carbonate, china clay, cement, cellulose, sulfur, cotton, flour, carbon, ferrous metals, hardwood, silicon, plastic, vegetable oils and mineral oils, copper, aluminum, bacteria, fungi, Mould spores and mycobacterium tuberculosis (T.B.), chromium, manganese, nickel, platinum, strychnine, metal dust and smoke, viruses such as Avian flu  and enzymes.

Each Box of FFP3 masks contain 10 individually packaged valved FFP3 masks

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Frequently Asked Questions

01.What type of Mask is best for Coronavirus?

A filtering facepiece classified as FFP3 is the most effective against coronavirus. Crafted from synthetic fibre, a well-fitted FFP3 mask has the potential to protect against inward leakage and capture very fine toxic particles. It also includes an exhalation valve that releases air, to prevent heat and moisture build-up. The mask combined with social distancing and frequent hand washing can offer optimal protection against potential virus transmission.

02.When to Use a Surgical face Mask or FFP3 respirators?

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), a surgical face mask must be used if you are continuously coughing or sneezing. Also, FFP3 respirators are required when conducting infectious aerosol-generating procedures or taking care of a patient with confirmed or suspected coronavirus. Meanwhile, a face-covering is recommended when stepping out on an errand at places where it’s difficult to maintain physical distancing.

03.How long can an FFP3 Mask be worn for?

The maximum duration of the FFP3 mask may vary as per design specifications and manufacturer guidelines. The recommended wear time for protective gear at a stretch is one hour (60 minutes) or a little longer provided it is in optimal working condition. If the FFP3 respirator is a poor fit, damaged, has become tainted or is causing discomfort and breathing problems, it should be removed and discarded safely in waste bins.

04.Why do the FFP3 masks have a different expiry date?

The FFP3 mask used for protection against hazardous viruses has a limited shelf life. The components of a product that has been in prolonged storage are likely to degrade which can impact its quality and level of performance. The expiration date is printed on the side or bottom of the packaging. An expired mask should not be used as it doesn’t meet the stringent criterion set by the health regulators.

05.What can I do if we are unable to meet the demand for Fit?

A fit test of FFP3 respirators is vital to ensure health caregivers get complete protection against penetration of contaminated air in high-risk areas. Given the rapid progression of the Covid-19 outbreak, fit checking of respirators by trained personnel may not be possible always. To counter the challenge, the Public Health England (PHE) agency has enlisted the help of RPA to facilitate an online fit-test training programme that complies with respiratory protection standards. You can call RPA’s helpline on 07947 968972 and 07947 968922 to register for the course.