P3 / FFP3 PARTICULATE RESPIRATOR MASK - VALVED
STRAPIT P3/FFP3 5820 MODEL VALVED MASK
HIGHEST PROTECTION FROM AIRBORNE INFECTION
The Strapit 5820 P3/FFP3 Particulate Respirator
The 5820 is a cup style P3 mask and is individually packed to ensure individual cleanliness and easy storage.
The exhalation valve will allow the user more comfort and to wear for extended periods when needed (upto 8 hours) without heat and moisture build up.
The FFP3 mask (European Standard) is the closest model to the P3 (Australian Standard) and N99 (USA Standard). All masks achieve a similar standard.
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE FFP3 VALVED MASK:
- FFP3 rated mask to EN149 standards (lab reports available upon request)
- Built in exhalation valve allowed more comfort for the user
- Cup model and design
- Single Use
- 3 Year Shelf Life
Current infection control procedures requires the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers exposed to airborne infection. In addition, FFP3 masks offer protection from fine toxic dusts, bacteria, fibres, aqueous mists, and oil based mists. CE Marked. EN149:2001 compliant.
Use: The FFP3 disposable respirator face mask is for single use only. It should not be used for more than 8 hours continuously and should be safely discarded after use.
Use only when a concentration of contaminants is not immediately dangerous to life or health, and only in accordance with the applicable health and safety standards. As required by the European Health and Safety requirements the user is advised that when the disposable face mask is in contact with the wearer's skin, it may cause allergic reaction to susceptible individuals.
Correct fitting of FFP3 disposable face masks: Hold the disposable FFP3 face mask mask firmly and place the bottom headband over the head to the nape of the neck. Place the mask over the nose putting the top headband over the crown of the head. Ensure the nose clip is securely moulded around the nose, resting the ends against the cheek to obtain a good seal. To check the fit, place both hands completely over the respirator and inhale vigorously. If air leaks at the edge, readjust the mask, manipulating the nose bridge and headband to effect an acceptable seal. If a proper seal cannot be obtained DO NOT enter the contaminated area