Moulded Disposable Mask FFP2

Description

These Scan FFP2 moulded disposable masks are designed to cover the nose, mouth and chin. The construction is made of the filter material itself.

The masks have elasticated retaining straps to keep them securely in place. In addition they have an adjustable nose clip and soft foam nose piece for custom fitting.

To be disposed of after each period of work or 4 hour shift.

FFP2 NR
With a FFP2 protection level, these masks are suitable for protecting from particles between 2 and 5 microns.

They are ideal for use with:
  • Sanding of softwood
  • Hand sanding MDF
  • Ceramic tile dust
  • Cutting slabs

The masks conform to EN149:2001 and A1:2009.

Information

Code  SCAPPEP2M
Quantity Pack of 3
List ex.VAT £7.44
List inc.VAT £8.93
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Code  SCAPPEP2MB
Quantity Box of 20
List ex.VAT £39.56
List inc.VAT £47.47
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Certification

View Certificate EU Declaration of Conformity
EN 149:2001 + A1:2009
View Certificate UK Declaration of Conformity
EN 149:2001 + A1:2009

Catalogue page

Scan Catalogue Page 33pdf

Respiratory protection

Respiratory protection is essential when working in an atmosphere contaminated by dust, vapours, fumes or gases. Many health and safety regulations place statutory demands on employers to ensure that the necessary level of protection is provided and used.

Disposable mask protection level guide:

Non PPE

NOT for respiratory protection. Reduces discomfort caused by exposure to coarse, non-toxic particles. Also protects the work piece from exhaled breath of the wearer.

FFP1

Particles larger than 5 microns. General dust, Water based spray, Paint mist (Water based).

FFP2

Particles between 2 and 5 microns. Sanding of softwood, Hand sanding MDF, Ceramic tile dust, Cutting slabs.

FFP2 Odour

Particles between 2 and 5 microns. Solvent paint vapour (Brush applied), Metal dust.

FFP3

Particles less than 2 microns. Loft insulation, Hardwood dust & cutting MDF, Stone cutting, Plastering.

View the 'Respiratory protection selection guide'