Masks especially designed for healthcare, emergency services as well as the pharmaceutical and food industries.

Medical Masks

  • Combines FFP Mask and Medical Mask in one
  • Significantly reduced breathing resistance, high filter capacity, longer usage time
  • Available in two sizes
  • Individually packed
  • DuraMesh®: Strong and durable structure, keeps the mask in shape
  • ActivForm®: no nose clip needed
  • Comfortable nose seal and Loop strap with clip
  • Tested and certified to the standard for PPE EN 149:2001+A1:2009 and tested and certified to the medical standard EN 14683:2014


Medical Masks for bi-directional protection

A conventional Surgical Mask protects the wearer's surroundings from droplets and other particles that are expelled into the air when talking and exhaling, yet they don’t protect the wearer himself.

The Moldex Air Face Masks without exhalation valves are Medical Masks and FFP Masks in one. Therefore they offer protection for both the wearer and their surroundings. 

Protection for the wearer

Moldex Air Face Masks protect against

  • airborne contaminants [FFP2 NR and FFP3 NR according to PPE standard EN 149:2001+A1:2009]
  • liquid splashes [splash resistant, type IIR according to medical standard EN 14683:2014]

Protection for the surroundings

Moldex Air Face Masks have a 98% filter efficiency against bacteria [type II according to medical standard EN 14683:2014]

Due to the Moldex pleated filter technology, Air-Masks offer the filtering performance of an FFP Mask with the low breathing resistance of conventional Medical Masks, making them very comfortable to breath through.

Varianten
Product code Ventex-Valve® Protection level Units/Box

3100

-

FFP2 NR D [EN 149:2001+A1:2009]
Type IIR [EN 14683:2014]
Size M/L

10

3150

-

FFP2 NR D [EN 149:2001+A1:2009]
Type IIR [EN 14683:2014]
Size S

10

3200

-

FFP3 NR D [EN 149:2001+A1:2009]
Type IIR [EN 14683:2014]
Size M/L

10

3250

-

FFP3 NR D [EN 149:2001+A1:2009]
Type IIR [EN 14683:2014]
Size S

10

3994

FFP Mask Storage Case

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