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Disposable respirator for solid and liquid particles - FFP2- INNO
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Disposable respirator for solid and liquid particles - FFP2- INNO

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Disposable respirator for solid and liquid particles - FFP2- INNO
Synonyms:
  • Respirador desechable FFP2
Description:

FFP2 disposable respirator for solid and liquid particles.
Protects the healthcare professional and patient against the risks of possible exposure to microorganisms in the air and also from contact with blood and other body secretions.

- Reduces respiratory resistance and decreases humidity inside the mask.
- It guarantees the protection of the respiratory tract against particles of all kinds solid and aerosol.
- The cup shape, the elastic harness fixed in four points, the external clip-nasal adapter that can be shaped ensure a perfect adaptation for most of the facial profiles.
- Preformed Support. It combines structural rigidity with a perfect fit.
- Not reusable. Efficacy demonstrated for 8 hours.
- Protection KN95 - Full face seal.
- Each mask comes isolated in its own packaging.

Type of material: Polypropylene and Polyethylene. Latex free. Filter body: PP non-woven material. Clip-nasal: reinforced plastic. Elastic: synthetic rubber.

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