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Disposable Face Masks Blue - CE certified Type II tested from European Institute


Item number MNS TYPI-50

  • 3-layer, flexible, odourless and comfortable to wear
  • Low breathing resistance
  • With stretchable loops for fastening to the ears
  • Soft, skin-friendly material
  • Integrated nose clip
  • Latex-free
  • 50 pieces each in one package

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Medical Disposable Face Guard Mask TYPE II: Buy MNS Mask - CE approved Mouth-Nose-Protection Mask (MNS Mask TYPE II)


Our disposable MNS Mask (Mouth-Nose-Protection Mask) TYPE II comes from a production that has been tested by a European testing institute according to EN 14683. Therefore, unlike many cheap products on the market, it is suitable as a surgical mask and for use on patients and other persons to reduce the risk of spreading infections. 


The face mask is designed to reduce the spread of viruses and bacteria when exhaling, speaking, coughing or sneezing. By wearing this mouth-nose-face mask you fulfil the requirements of a mandatory mask. Intended for single use. Due to its anatomically adjustable fit as well as edges made of soft fleece, the mouth-nose mask offers a high wearing comfort. The flexible elastic straps and individually adjustable nose clip also reduce the feeling of pressure while wearing the mask.


Mouth-nose mask features

 

  • 3-layer, flexible, odourless and comfortable to wear
  • Low breathing resistance
  • With stretchable loops for fastening to the ears
  • Soft, skin-friendly material
  • Integrated nose clip
  • Latex-free
  • 50 pieces each in one package

German language packaging and operating instructions

Instructions for use of the MNS Mouthguard Mask (Mouth-Nose-Protection Mask)
- wash or disinfect hands thoroughly before putting on the mask
- When unpacking and unfolding, do not touch the inside of the mask.
- take hold of both loops and place them over the ears
- Pull the outside of the mask over the chin, mouth and nose and press the mouldable nose clip against the nose.
- As soon as the face mask is soaked, it loses its protection and should be changed.
- touch the mask only at the straps during removal, after potentially infectious contact the outside of the mask is potentially contaminated
- wash or disinfect hands thoroughly after removal 
- Intended for single use
- Dispose of mask in a sealed bag with household waste

Disposable Face Mask Type I Notes:


- wash or disinfect hands thoroughly before putting on
- if possible, do not touch the inside when unpacking and unfolding
- grasp both loops and put them over your ears
- Pull the mask on the outside over the chin, mouth and nose and press the malleable nose clip against the nose
- once the face mask is soaked, it loses protection and should be replaced
- Only touch the ligaments of the mask when putting it down; after potentially infectious contact, the outside of the mask is potentially contaminated
- wash or disinfect hands thoroughly after removal 
- intended for single use only
- Dispose of the mask in a sealed bag with the household waste

Please note:


Even if you are wearing a mask, you must still comply with the hygiene measures and spacing rules required to contain the corona pandemic. The mask does not protect you from infection, as the wearer essentially does not inhale through the fleece, but the air is drawn in past the edges of the mask. However, wearing a mask reduces the risk of infection for others, and ultimately for everyone.
MNS masks, particles of a certain size are retained by the fleece filter and thus also prevent smaller particles ( e.g. viruses) from passing through the mask, but a certain proportion of these smaller particles continue to pass through the fleece, but at a decelerated speed, the range that ejected particles can reach is reduced and MNS mask wearers can come a little closer to each other than non-mask wearers, especially during pressure-associated activities such as sneezing or coughing, the range of ejection is considerably reduced, but a minimum distance must still be maintained consistently

Similar Face Masks

Respiratory protection masks are divided into different filter classes. The main differentiating criterion is how small the particles that prevent the masks from entering the airways may be and what the percentage retention rate actually is.



The European standard for PPE masks of class FFP2 is approximately equivalent to the international standard KN95. In the course of the corona crisis, it was decided to approve masks of the KN95 standard in a fast-track procedure for the European market for use against Covid 19 in order to have enough masks available to defend against corona. Please note that masks that carry the FFP2 standard and have a four-digit identification number behind the CE logo have been fully tested according to the EC standard and may therefore also be used for other applications such as in trade and industry.

KN 95 is a designation for a Chinese standard.


The Chinese standards GB 2626-2006 "Respiratory protective equipment. Non-powered air-purifying particle respirator" and GB 19083-2010 "Technical requirements for protective face mask for medical use" are from the Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China (SAC)



There are currently many Chinese masks on the market that do not have FFP2 approval. The Chinese mask type KN95 essentially meets the requirements of the American N95 masks.


Attention: Please make sure that such masks are certified by the German DEKRA or TÜV for use as "Corona Masks"!

MNB stands for Oral-Nose-Covering as a mechanical barrier or "brake" for the transmission of breath droplets or saliva when breathing, coughing or sneezing. These coverings / masks are produced in a wide variety of variations. They are usually produced privately or by textile manufacturers.



Medical Oral and Nasal Protection Masks (MNS), so-called surgical masks, are mainly used in the medical sector such as doctors' surgeries, clinics or in the care sector. They can prevent the spread of saliva or breath droplets from the wearer and are primarily used to protect the other person. Surgical masks belong to the category of medical products and comply with the corresponding legal regulations.

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