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Product details for respiratory mask
The breathing mask X-plore® 1750 V is manufactured by the Dräger company. This has a NIOSH-N95 certification, which is roughly equivalent to the European FFP2 standard. The addition V stands for the fact that it has an exhalation valve.
Features of the face mask - respirator mask
The mask is manufactured by the "Dräger" company. This is a well-known company in the field of medical and security technology.
The respirator mask has a metallic, internally padded nose piece, through which it can fit perfectly on any face shape. Furthermore, it consists of a soft material on the inside, which is hypoallergenic and comfortable to wear, repels moisture and keeps breathing resistance low over a long period of time.
The attached tear-resistant VarioFLEX™ elastic band ensures that the mask is put on quickly and safely, and it also leaves no uncomfortable pressure points and prevents hair tangles.
The CoolMAX™ exhalation valve ensures even lower breathing resistance and directs moist and warm breathing air out of the mask. This prevents heat build-up under the mask.
The masks are packed individually and folded flat so that they can be easily transported.
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) - Certification N95 according to NIOSH 42 CFR 84
- Filter efficiency = 95%
- with padded nose piece
- with VarioFLEX™ elastic band
- Individually hygienically packed
- Available quantities: 1x individual respirator, 5x individual mouth mask or 1x pack of 15 respirators
- Best before: November 2023
Notes on the respirator
Storage: The masks should be stored in a cool, dry room. Avoid direct sunlight. The storage temperature should not fall below / exceed -20 ° C and + 40 ° C. The air humidity should not be more than 80%.
The mask can be worn for a maximum of 8 hours. Then you should change them. It is intended for single use. In addition, it should not be used in rooms that contain less than 19.5% oxygen.
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