FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Flat fold without valve.
- FFP1 conformance.
- Ultrasonically-welded, latex-free knitted headbands for maximum comfort in hot and humid conditions.
- Soft nose clip.
- Nonwoven fabric, inner lining for better moisture absorption and stiffness.
- Lightweight for comfortable, long duration wear.
|Certification Requirements (Meets or Exceeds)||IS 9473:2002 FFP1|
|Design||Ergonomic & Unique|
|Complete assembly Weight (in Grams)||<10 gram|
|Integrated Nose Clip||Light Metal|
|Nose clip flexibility||Easy to shape for better fit|
|Valve with Diaphragm||NA|
|Elastic Strap||Latex free. Ultrasonically welded|
|No. of Elastic Straps||Two|
FLAT FOLD RESPIRATORS Technical Specifications
Filtering half-masks classified as FFP1, FFP2 or FFP3 are for use against solid and liquid aerosols as per IS 9473:2002.
DO NOT use this mask to enter or stay in an area where:
• Oxygen concentration is less than 17% (oxygen-deficient atmospheres).
• Contaminants and/or their concentrations are unknown or are immediately dangerous to life or health.
• Aerosol concentration exceeds levels fixed by applicable health and safety regulations or Protection Factor x WEL.
• Toxic Gases and/or vapors are present and their concentration is more than OEL.
DO NOT use this mask in explosive atmospheres.
DO NOT use this mask before receiving training.
CHECK BEFORE USE
Ensure that the mask is suitable for the intended application before entering the contaminated area.
How To Use PM2.5 Face Masks
Take a new mask from its box:
- Check the condition of the mask before use.
- Fit the mask and check leak-tightness before entering the contaminated area.
- Wear it for the entire duration of exposure to contaminants.
- Discard it and replace with a new one if:
• It is removed while in a contaminated area.
• Excessive clogging causes breathing difficulty or discomfort.
• Mask becomes damaged.
• With masks offering relief against nuisance odors, the smell becomes detectable.
- Do not alter the mask.
- Leave the contaminated area if dizziness, irritation or other distress occurs.
- Mold the nose area to the shape of the nose by pinching the nose-bridge from the top to the bottom.
- Check for leak-tightness as follows:
• Place both hands over the mask and – exhale sharply for a mask without exhalation valve – inhale deeply for a mask with exhalation valve.
• If you feel air leakage around the edges, readjust the mask by tightening the nose-bridge and/or increasing tension of the headbands (by tying a knot).
• Repeat the procedure until satisfactory face-fit has been achieved. N.B.: You are unlikely to achieve the requirement of leak-tightness if the respirator is worn against a beard or facial stubble.
• The fit of filtering half mask: Achieving the required leak tightness is unlikely if the respirator is worn against a beard or facial hair.
• The S marked respirators are for use against solid and water-based particulates (i.e., non-oil aerosols).
• The respirators marked SL can be used for both solid and liquid aerosols.
• Keep new masks in their closed box and store in a noncontaminated area.
• Honeywell disposable respirators are meant for single use only and have to be discarded after that.
The filter masks have to be stored in their packets to retain their properties. For transport, these packets need to be suitably packed in outer cartons to protect them from climatic hazards and mechanical shocks.