ffp mask - ffp1 mask
Wair Mask Technology
The WAIR filter is used to filter :
- 100% 3 micron and 1 micron particles: pollens, bacteria and odours.
- 97,5% 0.2 micron particles: combustion residues.
- 93% 0.1 micron particles: fine particles related to industry and transport.
That is to say category 1 of the AFNOR classification which defines the criteria for individual protective masks, washable or disposable.
The key to a successful quality filtration WAIR has therefore developed a silicone outline hypoallergenic, which adapts to the face without any possible air leakage but above all with optimal comfort.
The strap has been chosen to avoid irritation behind the ears and is ideally positioned on the nape of the neck to allow good stability even with long hair!
Comfort & suppleness ffp mask
Our masks have been developed according to the FFP mask criteria to guarantee perfect breathability.
The technology of our masks is recognized as one of the most efficient on the market, with a comfort adapted for prolonged use.
We're talking about FFP masks for disposable masks and FMP for reusable masks. The P1, P2 and P3 levels for these two categories correspond to the same requirements. The levels vary according to the Total Inward Leakage (TIL) rate, which means the amount of air that does not pass through the filter and is therefore unfiltered, and the Penetration Rate (or filtration rate) of the filter media. This means the % of particles retained by the device.
Classifications require the following results:
FFP1 or FMP1 = Filtration: 80 % minimum Leakage rate to inside: 22 % maximum
FFP2 or FMP2 = Filtration: 94 % minimum Leakage rate to inside: 8 % maximum
FFP3 or FMP3 = Filtration: 98 % minimum Leakage rate to inside: 2 % maximum
IMPORTANT: The mention "FFP3+" is a pure marketing invention!
Only a mask with a perfectly sealed structure and an extremely impermeable (hardly breathable) filter can reach the P3 level.
Frequency of mask cleaning
CHANGE HIS FILTER?
For optimal efficiency, we recommend changing the filters every month for part-time use. (3 hours per day) or every 15 days in intensive use (more than 3 hours per day).
Changing the filter allows you to benefit from the comfort of your mask and the custom settings that you can keep.
You can order several filters to anticipate the renewal of your masks and make sure you are protected no matter what happens.