FFP3 NR Mask
Premium non-valved disposable cup-shaped half mask respirator.
We pride ourselves in our ability to deliver quality products and the DenPro DPL01 FFP3 NR mask is no exception to this. Our main aim is to protect the Health Care work force and we are pleased to be able to do this with a product designed and manufactured in Northern Ireland.
- 1Non-Valved Cup-Shaped Half Mask Respirators
- 289%* Fit Testing Pass Rate *Source: FitTest.ie
- 34-Point Head Strap Adjustment
- 4Contoured, Moulded Face Seal
- 5Latex Free & Metal Free
- 6Highly Breathable
- 7Certified to EN149:2001 + A1:2009
- 8Electrostatic Filter Media
- 9Assigned Protection Factor (APF) 20
- 10Splash Resistant
Throughout the design stages, we have worked with healthcare professionals to ensure the Denpro mask provides optimum performance, comfort and fit for the user. The DPL01 FFP3 NR mask is a direct result of the extensive feedback that we have had from front-line workers, Infection Prevention Control experts and fit test experts.
|Outer Layer||Polypropylene (SB)|
|Filter Media||Polypropylene (MB)|
|Head Straps||Spandex / Polyester Textured Yarn (Latex-Free)|
|Inner Face Seal||Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)|
|Head Strap Buckle||Polypropylene (SB)|
|COMPONENT||LENGTH (MM)||WIDTH (MM)||HEIGHT (MM)|
|Head Strap Buckle||33||20||4.0|
You have come to the right place! DenPro specialises in high-quality, high-performance PPE for the healthcare sector. Designed and manufactured in Northern Ireland, DenPro is proud to offer the FFP3 NR mask, a premium non-valved disposable cup-shaped half mask respirator.
With an 89%* Fit Testing Pass Rate (*source: FitTest.ie), the DenPro FFP3 NR mask is highly
breathable, splash resistant, latex and metal free. The 4-point head strap adjustment, electrostatic filter media and contoured, moulded face seal; makes our mask respirator highly comfortable with an APF 20 (Assigned Protection Factor). Certified to EN149:2001 + A1:2009 and patent pending.
An FFP3 NR mask must provide maximum protection for every individual wearer. It cannot protect the wearer if it leaks. One of the key reasons for leaks is due to poor fit – a proper seal needs to be made to fit securely on the wearer’s face to ensure effectiveness. Due to differences in face shapes and sizes, it is unlikely that one particular FFP3 NR mask will fit everyone. Therefore, fit testing is carried out to ensure that the mask is selected to suit the wearer.
With an 89%* Fit Testing Pass Rate (*source: FitTest.ie), the DenPro FFP3 NR mask is deemed to be one with the highest fit testing pass rates. Fit Testing should be conducted by a trained, qualified, and experienced individual. Please visit the Fit2Fit RPE Fit Test Providers Accreditation Scheme which is run by The British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) for more information.
The mask respirator must be correctly fitted to your face shape. As face sizes and shapes differ, a fit check procedure must be completed for each individual wearer. The fit check procedure involves:
- Cover the front of the respirator with both hands, being careful not to disturb the position of the respirator.
- Exhale sharply. If any air leaks around the nose, readjust the nosepiece as per fitting instructions. If air leaks at the respirator edges, adjust the position of the respirator and / or tension of the straps.
- Retest the seal.
- Repeat the procedure until the respirator is sealed properly. If you cannot achieve a proper fit do not enter contaminated area. See your supervisor.
Basically, an FFP3 NR mask will offer greater protection than an FFP2 and FFP1 mask. We talk about APF (Assigned Protection Factor), and for your guidance, an FFP1 has an APF 4, an FFP2 has an APF 10 and an FFP3 has an APF 20.
Please select the most appropriate respirator according to the contaminant and OEL (Occupational Exposure Level. If you are unsure, please seek further guidance before selecting the correct respirator for your requirements.
Only use any respirator mask for a single shift, and a maximum for 8 hours in total. It is recommended to change the DenPro FFP3 NR mask after every 4 hours of use.
Designed and manufactured in Northern Ireland, DenPro is proud to offer the FFP3 NR mask, a premium non-valved disposable cup-shaped half mask respirator. With an 89%* Fit Testing Pass Rate (*source: FitTest.ie), the DenPro FFP3 NR mask is highly breathable, splash resistant, latex and metal
free. The 4-point head strap adjustment, electrostatic filter media and contoured, moulded face seal; makes our mask respirator highly comfortable with an APF 20 (Assigned Protection Factor). Certified to EN149:2001 + A1:2009 and patent pending.
The current standard is EN 149:2001+A1:2009 which the DenPro FFP3 NR mask complies with.
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The DenPro FFP3 NR masks are in packs of 5. An outer pack of 50 is our MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity) available on the DenPro.co.uk website. Just click on the ‘BUY NOW’ button at the top of this page.
For all bulk order enquiries, please contact Jonathan McCombe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DenPro is a division of Denroy, one of the world’s leading innovators of high-tech, critical
components for the aerospace, medical and defence industries. However, you might know us better as suppliers to our sister company, Denman, makers of the world’s most iconic hairbrushes. We’re based in Bangor, Northern Ireland and always have been since our birth, almost 50 years ago.
It’s still a family business, supporting the local economy by manufacturing components that are used in fighter jets, passenger planes, forklift trucks and over 100 different other applications. We’re proud to support and protect frontline health staff. Their dedication is humbling; their bravery,
inspirational. And now that our production has expanded, we’re pleased to offer our PPE products to people who want the reassurance of clinical grade protection and the quality of aerospace engineering. For further information on Denroy, please visit www.denroy.com.
Designed and manufactured in Bangor, Northern Ireland, UK.