Medical protective masks
Medical masks prevent the spread of airborne infections between people.
Surgical masks have been proven to protect both the user and bystanders.
The longest wearing time of a protective jacket is 4h.
Its surface may then carry the virus – it is recommended to replace the protective mask after 4 hours as required.
What is the difference between Type I and Type II masks?
The BFE (bacterial filtration efficiency) of type I and type I R face masks is 95%, the BFE of type II and type II R face masks is 98%.
Type I R and Type II R masks have exactly the same breathability and splash resistance.
Type I, Type I R, Type II and Type II R masks are medical masks that are tested in the exhalation direction (from the inside out) and the efficiency of filtering bacteria is taken into account.
This type of surgical mask prevents the wearer from infecting the surrounding environment.