ZD filtering half masks FFP2 NR, with adjustable cords, white, per 20 pieces
The filtering half mask is mainly composed of 75% non-woven fabric and 25% melt-blown fabric, nose clip, headband and adjustable buckle.
It is a half mask that protects the chin, nose and mouth.
When inhaling, the low air pressure in the mask causes air to flow into the mask.
The air pressure in the mask is higher than the ambient air pressure on exhalation.
Protective mask is intended to protect against particles from both solid and liquid aerosols.
- Select the type of mask and determine the suitability of the mask for its intended use.
- The mask should no longer be used if it breaks, becomes difficult to breathe or is contaminated by bodily fluids.
- This mask is disposable, cannot be reused or used over more than one shift.
- Check the mask before use. Make sure there are no broken headbands, holes or other damage to the mask.
If any damage is found, do not use it and immediately replace it with a new one.
- Effectiveness is reduced if facial hair or beard gets under the face seal.
- The mask should only be used in its designated environment. Failure to follow the instruction may damage health or reduce effectiveness.
- The mask cannot provide intended protection if the mask is not properly donned or is damaged.
- Do not alter or modify this mask in any way.
- This mask does not provide oxygen. Use only in well-ventilated areas with adequate oxygen.
- The mask has a shelf life of 3 years. The mask should not be used after the expiration date.
- Do not use in explosive atmospheres.
Storage conditions and methods:
- The unused masks should be stored in an area that is well ventilated, dry and away from light.
Stay away from fire, pollutants and potential source of pollution.
- Storage temperature: -20℃ to 50 and less than 80% relative humidity.
- Store the masks in the original packing boxes during transport to protect against mechanical damage and contamination.
Usage Restrictions: None
Expiration date: 3 years
The mask complies with Regulation (EU) 2016/425, and EN 149: 2001+ A1: 2009.