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We set out to find the most effective barrier against COVID-19. One that not only protects others but also the wearer and a mask with a bit of science behind it.
Popular with general public plus vets, doctors, health practitioners, midwives, hotel staff, construction workers and retailers.
We have learnt that exposure to a high viral load can, potentially, cause the body to overreact - the highest cause of fatality. With the help of medical advisors and university researchers, we believe this face-covering offers the most effective barrier available against COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Forms a good seal around the lower face – including a metal strip over the nose to close gaps between the mask and face.
- stops spec’s fogging up!
10mm thick 3D spacer fabric provides an effective barrier against a vapour borne virus.
Toxin tested and safe for inhalation.
A cone-shaped design stops the inside surface touching nostrils and lips.
- Easy to speak and draw breath through.
Washable, reusable, durable and fast drying.
Does not contain fluorocarbons or give-off material particles.
Bound around the edges with a soft elasticated trim, ensuring a perfect seal and a high level of comfort.
Convenient ONE SIZE fit.
Tie-back tape avoids ear loops from pinching backs of ears and ensure a secure fit across varying face shapes including, older children (see pics showing different ways to fit).
Comfortable and suitable for direct contact with the skin. Can be worn safely over a prolonged period.
When care instructions are followed, should last for years.
Fabric achieves a filtration of above 95% according to EN16890-2:2016. Permeability rate of more than 100l/m2/s according to ISO9237:2019 (https://www.iso.org/standard/57865.html)
THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING A FACE COVERING
What’s it made of?
Does it have harmful dye toxins, fluorocarbons (waterproofing) or give-off material particles (paper masks)?
Does it have a metal strip over the nose to prevent gaps?
How are you washing it, be careful about inhaling harmful detergent residue? We still do not know the long term effects of direct inhalation from different detergents?
Backed by Harley Street consultant Mr Ian Bayley, the new concept mask has been tested against others by Professor Ian Swain, Bournemouth University and out-performed the FFP2V by a significant margin. The study is the first of its kind to be carried out and has been accepted for publication in a leading medical journal
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WE REGRET THAT DUE TO VIRAL RISK TO OUR STAFF WE CANNOT ACCEPT RETURNS.