As masks must be worn in many public spaces, lots of people prefer a mask that is easy to use and store. The MaXmed surgical face mask is extremely comfortable to wear and offers the best levels of protection in the range of Type I, Type II and Type III masks. It is suitable for all everyday applications, such as shopping, travelling on public transport, or spending time in enclosed public spaces.
Surgical face masks (Class I medical device) are primarily used to protect other people from being exposed to any infectious droplets exhaled by the person wearing the mask. Although these masks also provide the wearer with limited protection if they fit tightly, this is not the primary purpose of their use.
By affixing the CE marking, the manufacturer declares that the product has been subjected to a conformity procedure in accordance with the applicable Regulation (EU) 2016/425 on personal protective equipment. For consumers/users, this means that the products meet the basic health and safety requirements and are suitable for their defined purpose. The CE marking serves as a passport within the EU/EEA. Accordingly, the principle of the free movement of goods applies to these products (with a few country-specific exceptions).
2 shrink bags each containing 25 masks | Ref.: 105029
Design: 3-ply non-woven fabric (outer layer, filter layer/melt-blown, inner layer)
Water-repellent spunbond non-woven fabric
Skin-friendly spunbond non-woven fabric
The following materials are used to manufacture this product:
Type IIR surgical face masks have a bacterial filtration efficiency of
Elastic ear straps make the mask easier to put on and take off
Flat design for space-saving storage
Nose clip for optimal fit
Tested in accordance with standard EN 14683
In-house production and laboratory controls
What does Type IIR stand for?
Surgical face masks are divided into three types as follows:
Type I masks do not provide adequate protection for use in medical settings; Type II or Type IIR masks are required for these purposes.
What do I need to bear in mind when using amask?
- The mask is intended for single use and cannot be reused
- Do not touch the mask while wearing it
- Never hang the mask around the wearer’s neck
- Themask may no longer be used:
if it is damaged
if it becomes damp through breathing
after you have finished using it
Wofür steht Typ IIR?
Unter den OP-Masken werden drei Maskentypen wie folgt unterschieden:
Typ I Masken bieten keinen ausreichenden Schutz für eine Anwendung im medizinischen Bereich, hierfür werden Typ II oder Typ IIR vorgeschrieben. Für den Schutz vor Viren (welche rund 200x kleiner sind als Bakterien) eignet sich ausschliesslich die Typ IIR-Maske, da diese zusätzlich über einen gewissen Spritzwiderstand verfügt. Einen effektiven Schutz vor Aerosolen bieten allerdings ausschliesslich Masken der (gängigen) Klassen FFP2, FFP3, N95 und KN95.
With over 100 years of experience, Flawa Consumer GmbH in Switzerland develops and produces cotton products and innovative fresh soles, primarily for the European market. In April 2020, Flawa responded to the supply shortage of protective masks at that time by setting up its own mask production facility. The expertise gained since then has transformed Flawa’s initial goal of ensuring domestic supply security into a long-term, third mainstay for the company, i.e.the production high-quality respirators; developed and produced in Switzerland.Mehr erfahren
Dr. Alexandra Heinzelmann, www.inno-mind.de
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