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Face Bayonet Masks

Vienna Full Face Mask, Zurich Full Face Mask, Vancouver Half Mask and Geneva Half Mask

Bayonet masks

Half Face Screw-in Mask

Auckland Half Mask 

Screw-in masks

Disposable Masks 

FFP1: Protects from non-toxic dust and / or water-bases aerosols - Handling of stone, rubble, cellulose, concrete drilling.

FFP2: Protects from slightly toxic or irritating solid aerosols and / or liquids - Sanding of soft wood, composite materials, rust, putty, plaster, plastics / cutting, milling, grinding, metal drilling.

FFP3: Protects from solid aerosols and / or liquids listed as toxic - Sanding of hard wood (beech, oak), treatment of wood using copper, chrome or arsenic based products, impact stripping of paint, sanding of cement.

 

EN Norms

EN 136: 1998 Respiratory Protective Devices - Full Face Masks. This European Standard specifies minimum requirements for full face masks for respiratory protective devices.

EN 140: 1998 Respiratory Protective Devices - Half Masks and Quarter Masks. This European Standard specifies minimum requirements for half masks and quarter masks for use as part of respiratory protective devices, except escape apparatus and diving apparatus.

EN 14387: 2004 Respiratory Protective Devices - Gas Filter(s) And Combined Filter(s). This European Standard refers to gas filters and combined filters for use as components in unassisted respiratory protective devices.

EN 143: 2000 Respiratory Protective Devices - Particle Filters This European Standard specifies particle filters for use as components in unassisted respiratory protective devices with the exception of escape apparatus and filtering face pieces.

EN 149: 2001 +A1:2009 Respiratory Protective Devices - Filtering half masks to protect against particles
European Standard for filtering half-masks. It contains laboratory tests to check the conformity with resistance to impacts, to cleansers and disinfectants, to temperature, to flame and with respiratory resistance. With A1:2009 amendment, filtering dust masks are now classified as either single use /single shift (NR) or reusable/more than 1 shift (R).